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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 sales@hgpromotions.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.

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Gutter Cleaning
Tuesday 11th November 2014

Maintaining your guttering is one of the most important things you can do to prevent water damage to your home.

12 months guarantee
Tuesday 11th November 2014

12 Months guarantee on all products

5 Autumn Tips To Prepare Your Garden For This Winter
Monday 29th September 2014

We may still have a couple of months until the winter chill well and truly settles in but autumn is the perfect time to start preparing your garden for the changing seasons. At H & G Promotions we know how important it is to keep your garden looking nice all year round. Just because the summer is over and your garden seems to be wilting a bit, make the most of the milder weather and start preparing for the harsh winter months now.Remove greenhouse shading and clean inside

With the shortening days, sunlight becomes even more valuable to your plants. Removing the shade paint in your greenhouse will make sure your plants get the necessary amount of sunlight to continue to grow. If you need help cleaning the outside of your greenhouse, get in touch today. We can offer window cleaning services or supply equipment for DIY cleaning. Don’t forget to give the inside of your greenhouse a blitz too, removing any plant debris, washing old pots and disinfecting the glass.

Weed and trim the edges and bushes

Key an eye on weeds you may have already treated and make sure they don’t continue to spread. Rejuvenate lawns with an autumn feeding and gather up any fallen leaves or debris for the compost bin. Hedges need to be pruned for the last time before the winter months to prevent decay from damp. Don’t cut shrubs and bushes too much although this varies according to type. We recommend you check with local garden centres or plant labels for more information.

Take cuttings and plant bulbs

Many people don’t realise that bulbs can be planted in autumn but it is in fact a good time for planting. The soil tends to have more moisture because of the regular showers and the ground is still warm. Bulbs planted in autumn germinate from the soil at the right time in spring to reveal beautiful flowers. Take cuttings from herbs and keep in small containers of potting mix.

Protect your ponds with nets

Save yourself the trouble of cleaning out your pond by spreading and pinning a fine meshed net across the pond. This way any fallen leaves will not be able to decompose in the water which could make it dirty and block the filters on the pumps. Regularly remove any leaves caught on the net to the compost bin.


Clear out last year’s compost bin

After your autumn garden tidying you will no doubt have generated a lot of compost. Clear out last year’s supply and use it around the garden to make room for the new waste. Avoid overflowing your compost with one particular thing; a mixture makes for better compost.

If you need help cleaning your windows this autumn, here at H & G Promotions in Kidderminster we lead the way in conservatory and window washing equipment for all kinds of applications. Don’t hesitate to contact us and find out more about our services.


How to make sure you garden shed is secure
Thursday 4th September 2014

Don’t let your garden shed entice burglars into your backyard. Secure your precious garden tools with these six tips.

Location – Firstly, consider where your shed is placed in your back garden. Your first instinct will be to place it where it’s most practical, but consider security implications of that placement. Is it easily seen from the front of the house? Is it hidden away where a burglar could have a go at it out of sight?

Find the sweet spot where you can see the shed from your property, but it can’t be seen from the street out front. A burglar won’t want to have a go if they suspect someone can see them.

Windows – If you use your garden shed for things other than storing your garden equipment, like woodwork, then you’ll need good lighting. The best way to do that is to have big windows installed to let natural light stream in.

You must be careful though, not to turn your shed into a shop window for thieves. When you’ve finished cover your windows with cardboard or bin bags, so that inquisitive, curious burglar can’t see what’s inside.

Hinges – The biggest weakness of any shed is of course the hinges. You install a padlock and then a burglar comes along, simply removes the hinges and takes the door off. Security foiled.

Look for non-returnable screws on your hinges, and keep an eye out for specially designed security hinges.

Access – If a burglar can take a stroll down the side of your house and into your backyard, they will. Don’t make access to your garden easy for them. Throw up a fence or add some prickly hedges to your yard. Make it an unappealing prospect for a burglar to try and get into.

Alarms – Installing an alarm on the outside of your shed is the best deterrent. No burglar wants to try and break into an alarmed property.

Lock it up – Sounds obvious but many gardeners don’t bother locking their shed up correctly. Purchase a good, sturdy padlock or hasp and make sure you put it to use every time you leave the shed! 

Lawn care tips for hot weather
Thursday 24th July 2014

Wow how hot has it been lately? Like most of the country, we’ve been enjoying the best of the balmy weather at HG Promotions, we’ve topped up our tans and been tending our garden as best we can.

One area of concern during the hot weather is lawn care. Left to dry out, turf soon starts to show signs of wear and tear and that’s a genuine worry.

We’ve been thinking about this and thought we’d share some of our lawn care tips with you, this way your turf should look just as good as ours!

This is what we do...   

Cut back on cutting grass - For starters, we’d recommend leaving the grass a little longer than you would normally during hot weather, resist the temptation and cut the grass less frequently.  Yes, this is an alien concept, especially if you like to keep the blades as short as possible but leave it an inch or so longer this should prevent the turf turning a horrible brown or yellow colour.

Raise those blades – One way to ensure you don’t cut the lawn too short is to raise the height of the blades on your lawnmower. They’re easy to adjust and once you have lifted the height it’ll stop you from being too enthusiastic with your lawn care regime.

Water during the evening – There’s no need to water your lawn too frequently during the daytime, all that moisture will simply be evaporated by the blazing hot sun. Leave watering until the evening when it starts to get cooler, use a sprinkler (as long as there are no hose pipe bans in place) and make sure the water penetrates right into the turf.

Prick the lawn – A good tip to ensure the water is penetrating right down into the soil is to gently prick the turf with a garden fork. Ideally you should be aiming to saturate the soil at a depth of around 4 inches, go round the turf pricking it in various locations prior to watering and give it a good drink!

Keep off the grass!  Lastly, steer clear of the lawn once you have watered it, don’t trample over the turf, let the water sink into the soil. As the sprinklers do their thing sit back and enjoy the delights of your garden, nothing beats the sight of a green and lush lawn on a summer’s evening.   

Enjoy the rest of the sunny weather folks and don’t forget to slap on the sun lotion!