Welcome to the H and G Promotions Website
Welcome to H & G Promotions, leading the way in conservatory &
window washing equipment
for all manner of applications.
From regular window washing to conservatory roof cleaning, we have a wide range of window washing equipment to suit every job in every location – from squeegees and brushes to water fed pole window cleaning kits - browse through our site and we’re confident we’ll have the solution to your window washing needs!
When it comes to conservatory & window washing equipment it’s true that you need the right tools for the job – and with our in-depth knowledge of window cleaning kits and accessories we have put together the best choice of window washing equipment we can – giving you a superb selection of window cleaning kits, together with the glass window cleaner products to use in them.
From gutter cleaning & solar panel cleaning to a full conservatory, our choice of telescopic water fed pole window cleaning equipment is second to none – like our 17 foot telescopic three-section pole – constructed from high quality anodized aluminium – making it light and strong with very little flexing – ideal for glass cleaner & conservatory roofs or hard to reach windows.
We’re proud to be able to offer complete window washing equipment solutions - making home window cleaning a significantly less frustrating affair. Don’t struggle with ladders and makeshift extensions – take a look through our site and you’ll see that getting the correct window cleaning kit isn’t anywhere near as expensive as you thought. When you consider the costs of paying a window cleaner, or the time it takes to do it yourself with the wrong window cleaning kit – we think you’ll be amazed how much easier it is with one of our water fed pole window cleaning systems – and cheaper than you’d think too!
For top quality conservatory & window washing equipment with fast, reliable delivery to your door – H & G Promotions are leading the way in all kinds of window cleaning kit. Find out more – call us today on 01299 266303 or email firstname.lastname@example.org we don’t mind weekend or evening calls, we know how frustrating it can be if you need a little advice or visit our contact page for more options.
If you need the telescopic window cleaning or conservatory cleaning system & live in N.Ireland or S.Ireland and any where North of an imaginary line between Glasgow and Edinburgh and any UK Island please email us for carriage rates before ordering as they can vary from our standard rates. Delivery of orders normally 2-4 days. We operate 7 days/ week. Collection by appointment only. Established 1979. In house design and manufacturing. Warehousing and distribution. 12 months guarantee on all products. Prices plus VAT 20%
Wednesday 4th May 2016
There’s no need to feel daunted by conservatory cleaning, with the right tools and equipment this can actually be quite a straightforward task. Problems only occur when people choose the wrong products to clean conservatories, or set about the task without thinking about what they are doing, taking risks in the process.
Here we explain what you should do and what you should avoid if you are cleaning your conservatory at some point this year. Read these guidelines, and get in touch with us if you require conservatory cleaning equipment at any point.
Avoid Power Washers
Although it’s tempting to pressure wash your conservatory this type of forceful action should be avoided at all costs. The pressure involved can damage seals, the glass, or the framework of the conservatory, which could then result in a pricey repair. Instead of using a pressure washer, try a pole-fed water cleaner designed specifically for this task. Not only is this a safer solution, it leaves sparkling results and there’s no stretching or ladder climbing involved.
Never climb onto the conservatory
Under no circumstances should you consider climbing onto the glass roof of your conservatory. Even if the glass is toughened it could still break with the force of your weight causing serious injury. You can climb to roof height if required to brush debris off the glass, after which you could proceed to clean the conservatory using an approved, water-fed cleaning system.
Don’t forget the gutters
When you clean your conservatory make sure you remove unwanted debris from the gutters too. Moss, leaves and algae collect in guttering systems so they should be scooped out so rainwater can run away without any problems. Do this twice-yearly in the autumn and in the spring as part of your ongoing maintenance plan.
Regular cleaning will make you want to use your conservatory come rain or shine and we have the perfect product to make this task easy here at H & G Promotions.
Tuesday 5th April 2016
We have the perfect pruning tools for you here at H & G Promotions with many different types of secateurs, loppers, pruners and saws available to cope with numerous types of bushes, plants and trees.
Our secateurs for example, are the ideal garden tool to trim back rose bushes, and here we give you a few tips if you are facing rose that’s rapidly growing out of control.
Top tips for rose pruning include:
1.) Trim at the right time of year
Ideally this should be done in the late winter, towards the end of February or March. Don’t worry if you haven’t trimmed your rose bush yet though, you still have time to invest in a set of secateurs and start clipping!
2.) Establish the type of rose
Climbing, rambling, shrub and bush type roses are all common species found in UK gardens. If the plant has long stems and is quite tall, this is a climber, if the rose is quite small and fairly close to ground level, it’s a shrub or a bush.
3.) Read the plant profile
If you are lucky you’ll know the type of rose plant you are going to prune, or, at least, have the care label handy to refer to. Follow the care instructions for the profile of the rose, and when you are cutting follow these steps to success:
- Cut cleanly using a sharp pair of secateurs
- Make cuts no more than 5 mm above a bud, and ensure the cut slopes away from it
- Cut towards outer facing buds to enhance the shape
- Snip to the right height
- Remove dead or spindly and diseased stems
- Try to space the stems when cutting to encourage air flow when the plant grows
- Remove dead wood and get rid of stubs that fail to produce shoots
Once you have effectively pruned your rose bush feed it in the spring, you could add manure or a good grade compost to help the plant thrive.
For a great deal on secateurs, check out the bargains we have on garden tools right now, and don’t hesitate to contact us at H & G Promotions for any queries about the products we sell.
Tuesday 1st March 2016
Condensation is annoying for a number of homeowners, it forms when the humidity in the air changes into liquid water due to the coldness in the room. Common in a host of properties, there are ways to combat this problem and reduce the chances of it happening over the winter period.
Here are our 5 tips to prevent condensation gathering in your home or in your business.
You can buy dehumidifiers in the majority of large retail home shops and they aren’t that expensive. To get the most of this method, place your dehumidifiers as close to your window as you possibly can. Dehumidifiers remove the humidity in the air; this moisture causes the droplets of water that form the condensation on your windows.
2. Circulation of air
- If your windows have curtains or blinds during the day open them, so you can expose the surface of the windows to circulating air. This circulation of air will help to prevent the accumulation of condensation but also remove moisture if it is already seen on your windows.
- Weather permitting; open your doors or windows to help the circulation of air around the home and by your window. As already mentioned, this circulation will help with the condensation problem.
3. Double glazing
Although the most expensive option in the short-term, having double glazing in your home can save you money in the long term. As well as being very effective in removing condensation with your home, double-glazed windows can save homeowners money on their heating and cooling bills, helping to lower the cost of utilities. They are also much safer options in terms of theft as they are a great deal harder to break into.
4. Checking vents
Although having vents in your kitchen and in your bathroom is a very effective way of removing humidity whilst cooking and washing, if these vents are broken or blocked, their performance and ability to remove humidity can be severely limited. Regular checks on air vents will ensure they are working well and humidity is being removed during peak times.
Making sure the caulking around your windows is okay is a simple method to ensure your windows are fit for purpose. If necessary, re-caulk your windows, this will prevent cold air or moisture from entering your house through the window frame. Having caulk around your windows is one more way you can reduce the amount of condensation, and in some cases even prevent it.
These are just a few tips to remove and prevent condensation from establishing itself in your home. Hope they’ve helped!
Friday 22nd January 2016
Friday 22nd January 2016
Conservatories are a great way to add more space to your home; a comfortable area which brings light in whatever the season. Now that we’ve passed the main hit of winter, how can you start preparing your conservatory for the sunnier seasons?
There’s a strong chance that you neglected your conservatory in the winter time – heating can cost a lot of money and you probably found yourself using the extra space for Christmas things and leftover cardboard boxes.
Give your conservatory a good clear out and thorough clean – including all of the windows - to prep for the summer season where you’re sure to be using the space to its best ability. Be ruthless with the stuff you’re throwing away – no hoarding now! You want your conservatory to be a calm and relaxed space, which is best achieved through minimalistic design.
How about replacing those fluffy pillows and furry rugs with something a little bit brighter to reflect the upcoming season? Think about how your current furniture will look in the natural light and evaluate if you need a total revamp or just a few extra touches for a real summer feel.
You could even think about doing a bit of a paint job, whether just a top up to keep it looking fresh, or something a bit different. You’re best to stick to light shades though as this will maximise the natural lighting around the room.
Conservatories do get hot in the sun – this can be both a positive and a negative. The negative of that being that it can get too hot. This is why you’ve got to consider how you’re going to control the conservatory’s temperature in the warmer months.
There are a number of ways you can do this but installing blinds is the most efficient and safest option. Whilst leaving the doors or windows open in the conservatory to let the wind blow in may sound idyllic, in reality, it’s just doors slamming constantly and risking intruders. Air conditioning is an alternative, although can be a rather expensive one.
By installing blinds, you can open and close as you wish, controlling how hot or how light you want the conservatory to be – and they look great too!