Winter time: time for maintenance and training

In the window cleaning industry, winter is traditionally a time to get prepared for the busy sea-son coming up, but it's also a good opportunity to get fit.

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In the window cleaning industry, winter is traditionally a time to get prepared for the busy sea-son coming up. For the lucky ones, it's also a chance to take a holiday in warmer climes. One thing is clear: if you work a lot, you should also give yourself time to relax. In a world that is becoming more and more complex, such breaks also provide you with a good opportunity to get fit for the upcoming season.

Many of you have long recognised this. The number of pros participating in seminars clearly demonstrates this.

Take a look at new areas

Particularly in the field of glass and building cleaning, we have seen an increase in demand for additional services in recent years. In any case, it makes sense to check whether you too can expand your range of services and your equipment.

One advantage is obvious: it is easier to offer an existing customer more services than to gain a new customer.

Conceivable extensions include the areas of hygiene, floor cleaning, lamella cleaning, post-construction cleaning, or photovoltaic cleaning. For example, you can find offers for seminars online on the sites of your local professional associations. It's certainly worth a look.

If you haven't learned about pure water cleaning, you should definitely get to know this field. You can find some initial information here.

And for all of you who are hard at work outside during the cold months, here's a tip for keeping your poles and windowsqueegees under control even when it's freezing out there.

An ergonomic start to the season

In addition to getting some fresh expertise, you shouldn't forget your physical fitness. Now is the time to take care of those niggles that plagued you during the season. Strength and en-durance training can sometimes result in miracles.

Here are some tips on how to work more ergonomically.

An example of an ergonomic tool for cleaning glass in high interiors can be found here.

Fitness that comes from within

Also, a healthy and balanced diet is important. But everyone has their own approach, from breakfast muesli to home-style cooking.

What do you do to keep fit?

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