Are you afraid of heights? Many people around the world have this fear.
An exception is the team of the Skyscraper Window Cleaning. Our well-trained professionals had the opportunity to clean 176 tons of rotating glass last week. To be more specific, they cleaned the rotating floor of the Space Needle – the icon of Seattle, Washington. That was the first such cleaning of the fantastic floor.
In short, the Space Needle is famous for its rotating floor, also known as the Loupe. It was once the tallest landmark west of the Mississippi River. The Loupe was installed in 2018. It is above Seattle Center and stands at 605 feet. It was part of a $100 million renovation project.
Our professionals, using ropes, hung just underneath the huge glass floor to be the first to clean the Loupe. They did more than excellent with this challenging task and proved that there are no impossible things for our team and they can tackle any job.