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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 email@example.com 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%
Thursday 2nd April 2015
Thursday 2nd April 2015
Between high-intensity this and low-impact that — and of course the omnipresence of yoga pants — it seems safe to say that our society is obsessed with fitness. But that's nothing new!
There's even a viral video, with more than 1.5 million views on YouTube since it was uploaded on March 19, that illustrates that point perfectly.
Thursday 2nd April 2015
It’s perfectly natural to have an afternoon energy lull. So what should you do? A walk or deep breathing helps, but if it’s been a few hours since lunch, you might want a little refueling. What kind of snack gives a nutritional boost and good taste? The ideal afternoon boost is a combination of protein, fat and smart carbohydrates within the 100-200 calorie range.
Wednesday 1st April 2015
1. Sow hardy annuals in pots. In mild areas, these can be sown directly outside.
2. Plant out young plants of hardy annuals that were sown in February/March
3. Sow sweet peas outside. Plant out Autumn-sown sweet peas and make wigwam supports.
4. Apply general fertiliser to borders and beds.
5. Hoe borders to keep weeds at bay.
6. Pot on potbound plants.
7. Put out bug boxes or insect hotels to encourage beneficial insects to the garden
8. Hang sticky traps among plants to catch whitefly and other pests.
9. Keep fleece at hand to cover plants if frost is forecast.
10. Rake out dead grass from lawns
Tuesday 24th March 2015
Plant a fruit tree in your garden and you’ll be able to ‘pick your own’ when the crop matures and finally ripens. Apples, plums, pear or fig trees are just some of the options you might want to consider and planting and taking care of your new tree isn’t as difficult as you might imagine.
To give you some idea of how simple it is to plant and nurture a fruit tree here are some suggestions from HG Promotions, keep reading to become a bit of a tree growing expert.
Choosing the tree
First things first, before you plant a tree you need to decide on the type of fruit you want to grow. Apple trees are one of the most common varieties grown in the UK but you could be a little bit different and choose pear, plum fig or cherry trees. One thing to bear in mind is the time of year when the fruit ripens. This varies and some fruit trees bear fruit earlier on in the year whereas a few leave it until the autumn.
As a brief guide, apple trees normally crop from September to October, whilst cherry trees are ready for picking during July. Choose your tree depending on crop type and the time of year you want to harvest the produce.
Getting ready to plant
Before you plant the tree prepare the roots thoroughly. When you buy a tree you can either choose bare rooted options or species that are already planted in containers. Bare root trees should be planted in the late autumn whereas trees grown within a container can be planted throughout the year.
Give bare roots a good soaking prior to planting and avoid planting in frosty conditions or when the soil is too wet or too dry
Pick the perfect position
Trees thrive in sunny but sheltered conditions so bear this in mind when you are choosing the planting spot. Ideally you should dig a hole that’s a third wider than the roots and make sure it’s deep enough to cater for the roots.
Plant the tree into the hole and stake it into position before filling the hole in with the excavated soil and mound this around the base. Soil should be firm but not overly compacted, the roots need space to breathe.
Water well and add a little mulch
Give the tree a thorough watering and apply a layer of mulch around the base. We suggest you gently water the tree allowing plenty of time for the fluid to sink down into the roots. During dry weather water the tree regularly to keep the soil moist, it should be damp without being saturated, too much water can have a detrimental effect.
A good way to prevent disease from attacking your tree is to use a high reach spray system. This is perfect for natural liquid fertilisers and it’s something we have in stock at HG Promotions right now.
Now all you have to do is wait patiently. Before long you’ll be enjoying the fruits of your labour!