Which buildings do you clean?
> Unusual locations
> The properties you clean
> Famous buildings
> Glass- and commercial cleaning
What do Potsdamer Platz in Berlin, the Elbphilharmonie Hall in Hamburg, and the Dreischeibenhaus in Düsseldorf all have in common? Not only are they genuine celebrities in the league table of German buildings; they also appear to be constructed from endless quantities of glass, making them a top place to find professional glass- and industrial cleaners at work.
Germany has a vast number of architecturally unusual famous buildings. What is the chief characteristic of these modern structures? Monumental areas of glass. The way these buildings are actually cleaned is always a fascinating topic at clean Magazine. We have already reported on the cleaning of the façade on the Elbphilharmonie Hall, shown how to clean the five largest glass doors in the world, and accompanied industrial climbers up to dizzying heights.
Now it’s your turn!
Which famous buildings do you clean? Do you have a celebrity property in your cleaning portfolio? Send us your photos, stories, or tricky contracts in action - via the comment box, Facebook, or via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can’t wait to see the properties you clean, and we’ll publish them exclusively in clean Magazine.
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