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Are drones the future of commercial window cleaning?

Are drones the future of commercial window cleaning?

Drone Usage Is on the Rise for Window Cleaning

Did you know that the global market for commercial drones is expected to reach a value of almost $71.2 billion by 2027, having a CAGR of 28.41%?


This means it can have a significant impact on the future of your window cleaning company — that is, if you’re ready to embrace the future. 

Drone usage in commercial window cleaning is on the rise, with more companies embracing technology as a safer and more efficient alternative to traditional methods. 

If you want to learn more about why window cleaners (and others) are beginning to embrace drones as a safer, and more profitable, method, check out this free webinar.

In this article, we will review the advantages of using drones for your regular window cleaning needs, as well as the future prospects of this technology in the industry.


Benefits of Window Cleaning Services Using a Drone

Now that we've discussed how drone usage is on the rise in the commercial window washing and cleaning industry, let's take a closer look at some of the specific benefits of using drones for this task.


Drones have a greater return on investment.

Using drones for your professional window cleaning service will also provide a greater return on investment. While the initial investment in purchasing and operating a drone may seem costly, the long-term benefits can outweigh the costs.

Moreover, using drones for window cleaning can provide a competitive advantage for companies in the window cleaning industry. With the growing demand for safer and more efficient cleaning solutions, the use of drones can help companies stand out from their competitors and attract more customers.

Drones can even provide additional revenue streams for cleaning companies. With one drone, professional window cleaners can clean a building faster, but with multiple drones in your toolkit, your company can cover multiple jobs at the same time in significantly less time.

For example, say you charged $5,000 to clean a bulilding that would normally take 5 days to complete with traditional cleaning methods. Using the Lucid C1 Spraying Drone, your team could complete the job in a day, freeing up your week to manage more jobs.

If you had two or more drones, you can either speed up larger jobs, or take on multiple jobs in a single day with an average-sized team of less than 10 people.

Overall, the greater efficiency and versatility that using drones provides can lend a significant return on investment for cleaning companies that are willing to be in it for the long haul.


Drones are safer than traditional window cleaning.

Traditional window cleaning methods often require workers to use ladders, scaffolding, or other intimidating equipment to reach windows in high areas. This can be dangerous to both the staff working at such heights and to the pedestrians on the ground level who may not pay much heed to the situation. 

Falls are a major risk for workers in this field. In fact, according to studies by the U.S. Bureau of Labor, in 2020, this event exposed workers and contributed to 32% of the total injuries and illnesses faced by those in the industry that year. 

Drones offer a safer alternative, as they eliminate the need for workers to perform these dangerous tasks. With drones, workers can control the cleaning process from a safe distance, reducing the risk of accidents and injuries. Moreover, drones can provide access to hard-to-reach areas without putting workers in harm's way.

Using drones for window cleaning can not only improve worker safety but also reduce liability for cleaning companies. Accidents and injuries on the job can be costly, leading to potential legal fees and compensation payments.

The Lucid C1 Spraying Drone has a collision prevention system that allows it to detect and avoid obstacles in its path. Our drones’ fail safes allow the drone to land safely 100% of the time, further reducing the risk of accidents. Furthermore, our drones also take less setup space than lifts and scaffolding systems for easy management by your team and everyone’s benefit.


Drones can access hard-to-reach places.

One of the main benefits of using drones for window cleaning is their ability to access hard-to-reach places. Traditional methods of window washing services often require workers to use ladders, scaffolding, or other equipment to reach dirty windows in high or difficult-to-access areas. This can be time-consuming and dangerous, as falls are a major risk for workers in this field.

Drones, on the other hand, are able to fly to heights of up to 110 feet (based on FAA guidelines), providing a safe and efficient alternative for high-rise window cleaning. In fact, the Lucid C1 Spraying Drone was designed specifically for this purpose. With urban flight capabilities and window payload attachment, this drone can clean all those tough spots your own window washer personnel may have missed. 

Additionally, drones can access tight spaces or areas in exterior window cleaning that are difficult to reach with traditional equipment. This can include corners, curved or angled glass, and window screens with irregular shapes. 

With drones, cleaning crews can now clean all areas of a building's exterior, not just the easy spots.


Drones are significantly faster than traditional window cleaning equipment.

Another major benefit of using drones for cleaning commercial buildings is their speed. Drones are significantly faster than traditional window cleaning equipment and can clean dirt and grime on a larger surface area in a shorter amount of time.

For example, the Lucid C1 Spraying Drone is built with a multi-directional spray nozzle, making it easier to clean the target areas faster. This is because the drone can cover a larger surface area in a shorter amount of time, without the need for manual labor or equipment setup.

Plus, some drones offer high-resolution cameras and precise control systems which can detect and target specific areas that require cleaning, such as hard-to-reach sills or areas with stubborn stains. 


Plan for the Future with the Lucid C1 Spraying Drone

The future of commercial window cleaning is here and it comes in the form of drones. No matter the years of experience you have in the field, if you don’t embrace this innovative technology, you may lose out. Cleaning companies can significantly improve their efficiency, safety, and bottom line through the use of drones. 

Among the top-performing drones on the market today is the Lucid C1 Spraying Drone, which offers unparalleled cleaning capabilities, thanks to its high-precision navigation, accurate control systems, and advanced safety features. 

By incorporating the Lucid C1 Spraying Drone into their services, window cleaning service businesses can plan for the future and stay leagues ahead of the competition.

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