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  1. Hello mates, how are you all doing today? I'm a newbie window cleaner 3 months in cleaning windows. Yesterday for the first time client asked me if I can clean the gutters. I agreed, knowing that i've never done it before, nor do I have the equipment for it, not even a ladder. The Gutter is one the Terraced House second floor. Will you tell me what size ladder do I need to get for second floor, and where may I hire one, please? Any other tips are greatly appreciated. Thank you so much
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    Health and safety policy?

    Hi all, We have a meeting with a commercial cleaning company who we might sub-contract for. We need to produce our health and safety policy for the meeting (we've only been running a year and we mainly do domestic cleans so haven't needed one yet). Can I ask what people have put in theirs? Would anyone be happy to share theirs as an example? Many thanks! Jo
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