Aerial Cleaning

Aerial Cleaning – Detail cleaning the highest of heights!

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If you don’t know when you last had your facility’s ceiling cleaned off the top of your head, your probably going to have dust falling on your head!

Aerial cleaning is a labor intensive job that requires attention to detail for cleaning and safety at all times! TFM has developed our aerial cleaning scope of work and safety program over the course of many years and hundreds of high elevation projects. Cleaning with your feet over 3 feet off the ground? We have a process for that! Cleaning in a single man lift in confined space? We have  a process for that! Prepping for paint 40 foot in the air on a scissor lift? We have a process for that! Aerial cleaning an airplane hanger 140 foot off the ground? We have a process for that!                                                                           

Every team member selected to perform tasks involving elevated work undergo lift certification, fall protection training and safe aerial work practices training. Our teams are accustom to daily AHA (activity hazard analysis) toolbox meetings, working in full tyvek suits, respirators and explosion proof HEPA vacuums when necessary. Whether you have a single day project to remove cobwebs. Or, a several month long project to rid your facility of 60 years of built up aerial debris, TFM has seen it and can support your needs!

Call TFM 316-519-7090 or click  for a free comprehensive quote!

Aerial Cleaning / Pressure washing at its finest!

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Aerial Cleaning Pressure Washing

Flashback to about a year ago when we cleaned thousands of steal beams nearly 140 feet off the ground! Our customer had the framework of their building erected with mud and concrete stuck to the steal. The beams needed to be perfectly clean prior to painting!

TFM  organized and mobilized two 135′ boom lifts, two  heated pressure washers and 5 trained individuals to pressure wash thousands of dirty beams for nearly an entire month! Their were many challenges including anchoring enough pressure washer line to reach 140 foot into the air, working around other trades whom were also on tight deadlines, keeping our vast work space tidy to allow other trade work to be performed and keeping our equipment performing in optimal conditions. Battling finicky machines, long hours, dangerous heights and high winds TFM worked safely and completed our tasks ahead of schedule! Good Work Team!