As a window cleaner, you would wash windows and other glass surfaces on buildings using ladders, water-fed poles, rope access equipment (abseils) or cradles. You could work on different types of buildings, including:
private homes schools offices shops hospitals. Depending on your job, your duties could include:
mixing cleaning chemicals and detergents using ladders to clean lower windows washing windows at a higher level using water-fed poles cleaning windows on high buildings like tower blocks using cradles or ropes keeping a record of payment or completing customer reports safely storing equipment like ladders and transporting them between jobs. You might also be asked to do other work at heights, such as clearing gutters and cleaning paintwork or window frames.