Extension Poles

Discussion in 'Traditional Window Cleaning' started by newleaf, Jun 24, 2013.

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  1. newleaf

    newleaf Member
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    Got my ladders and traditional kit should arrive tomorrow but I am thinking there may be occasions that there are difficult to reach windows or not practical with a ladder, which poles would be best and what length, I'm going to be targeting mainly 2 story houses. Have seen a lot mentioned about Harris pole, where is it available?
     
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  2. rcproperty

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    harris poles are good, you can get them from most diy shops. B&Q being the first option.

    you can get 2 sizes, 3m and a 5m. the 5m one will be better for you
     
  3. newleaf

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    Thanks, what about accessories for them?
     
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    http://youtu.be/Qp4Ihsoy6Lc This will help really easy to do :)
     
  5. boarcity

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    in BnQ next to the Harris poles are smaller telescopic Anza poles. these are great poles for window cleaning and have a tip that is a really good fit for most squeegees

    its also worth the effort to graft a tip off an Anza onto your harris pole . you need to file out the inside of the tip with a needle file so it will fit on ,takes about 30 minutes to do it ,but well worth it in my opinion
     
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