A great time of year with the Royal Adelaide Show and Football finals signalling the end of a very long wet winter. The sun is starting to shine and clients are getting their windows cleaned.
While it was quiet the boys had a bit of fun helping Mix 102.3 FM abseil and raise much needed funds for the Julian Burton Burns Trust. Check the link out with Sodas as Batman and Julian as Robin. http://bit.ly/YBbcH8
Window cleaning and pressure cleaning are picking up.
The boys are very busy this fortnight with the toughest clean yet. The new Samhri building has come on line with 15000 diamonds topped with large shades, all to be abseiled around not sure weather its pleasure or pain but definitely a large learning experience. Winter Pressure cleaning has also kept the boys busy.
Winter is on our door step and traditionally the window cleaning slows down,
We have had a busy couple of months with all the boys enjoying taking there working at heights to a new level when all jumped out of a perfectly good aeroplane, made for a great team bonding day,
Ben,Tom,John D and John L have all just returned from Melbourne successfully completing there Level 1 IRAATA course,
With the rain comes plenty of leaks in the buildings, old and new, the team is always busy caulking these leaks up from the ropes,
It looks like its going to be a wet year.
With the wet weather we have held a very successful training day with all the guys completing a rescue,
Congrats to Dave and Kane on completeing there Level 2 IRAATA,
With excellent level of knowledge Dave and Russel have been flown to Mckay to be site safety supervisors on the rope work removing sheets of iron from a huge sugar shed,
A month later and the job is complete and the boys are happy for the experience.
Even with the rain falling window cleaning has been unusally steady during this winter, we welcome on deck the Crowne Plaza hotel Adelaides latest 5 star hotel
Adelaide is looking pumped with more cranes on the horizon than in the past 2 decades
The Buildings in Adelaide are becoming cleaner with the boys flat out high pressure cleaning most weekends for the past 5 weeks. The road grime builds up but the building looks great when they have finished.
New SAPOL Building is underway with its first clean and as expected experiencing teething problems.
Another long three weeks of night shift and Rick and his crew have completed the high dusting and all the high glass and low glass using knukle booms and scissor lifts so the first impressions visitors to Adelaide get are clean ones...well done to all involved