Eco-friendly window cleaning services carried out to homes and businesses in Naphill.
Whether you are looking for someone to clean the windows of your commercial or domestic property, then look no further than TJ Window Cleaners. We offer a service that is both professional and friendly in Naphill, and we have excellent knowledge of the local area. All of our cleaners are fully insured and uniformed, and we guarantee customer satisfaction. You can check out our customer reviews.
When it comes to the art of window cleaning, we are highly experienced, and we use the equipment that we believe gives the best results for all our customers. Our traditional water fed poles make it easy to reach those high up, tricky places, with no need for ladders which can cause damage. We use only completely pure water that has been deionised and demineralised in order to offer you a clean that is streak free and needs no chemicals.
The service that we offer doesn’t just stop there, we can also clean your soffits, gutters, fascia and even conservatory roofs. Having your windows cleaned regularly will not only improve your curb appeal but also impress your clients. It will let more natural light into your property and also improve the longevity of both your windows and frames. Why not give us a call today for more information on how we can help your Naphill property look fantastically clean.
Residential and commercial window cleaning in Naphill
A village in the parish of Hughenden, Naphill is located on one of the ridges of the Chiltern Hills. It is a mainly linear settlement that is roughly one meter in length. It is the location of RAF Strike Command, where there is a nuclear bunker built 1983-1985 on land owned by the National Trust, it lies near to the location of the Bomber Command bunker built during the 1930s. Naphill common, an area of significant interest in terms of woodland areas – the common is designated as SSSI due to the remnants of heathland and its many veteran trees. It is one of the most natural woodlands to be found in the Chilterns. There have been numerous items of archaeological interest found on the common including shards of pottery dating to the 12th and 15th centuries.
The village has a wide range of homes some period and some more modern most of which are located on smaller roads which run off the single main street.