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A reputable window washing contractor should have a general reputation for doing quality work in your community and you should also know them by name or speak to them personally. They should have been performing this type of work for quite some time so they are experienced with this task. Other signs of a good contractor are logo recognition (many window clean companies will include their logo on both their vehicles and paperwork) and uniforms that are professionally pressed and complete with an ID badge. To make sure these contractors perform well, ask about their policy when it comes to client satisfaction.
Info provided to us from TLC Window Cleaners. You can visit them here: www.tlcwindowcleaningservice.com
Washing windows in the sun is better to see your streaks, but better in the shade if you cannot clean them fast enough before the sun dries them.
Window streaks and spots are caused by condensation from cool moisture droplets hitting hot glass; this is what happens when you wash windows in shade. When you wash them in sunlight they dry as soon as they’re rinsed, so there’s no chance for spotting to happen. The only risk is window glare, but that’s easy enough to fix with a light-blocking film or paper holds like these.
If condensation isn’t an issue then sunlight can help clean off dirt without leaving water spots behind like a pure water rinse system. You can learn more about pure water window cleaning equipment an poles by visiting SimPole.com.
1. Move any furniture away from your windows and clean anything that would impair the cleaning effectiveness, like hanging laundry or pictures.
2. Start with a squeegee to get any water or dirt off of your window first.
3. Use a sponge and soapy water to finish up the job (this will help remove stains).
4. When you’re finished scrubbing with soap try using vinegar to scrub off hard-to-reach grimy areas.
5. Once you’ve completed all four steps, make sure any breakable or valuable items are away from window sills, or away from windows in general. These items may get bumped and broken in the process of washing your windows.
Thank to Nick at Century Pyramid for providing this information! You can visit his website here: https://centurypyramid.com/
Typically window cleaners will come as often as the client would like, a frequency is up to you. Many prefer it quarterly, or even monthly.
There are three main reasons many clients have their windows cleaned on a yearly basis:
1) Preventative maintenance; window cleaning increases energy efficiency and helps keep building occupants more comfortable.
2) Maintain a sense of cleanliness and order in your living area.
3) Homeowner’s peace of mind knowing they are getting full value for the cost of their home or office space each year.
Thanks to Luis at Squeaky Services for providing this information to us! You can visit their website here: https://squeakyservice.com/
How much does it cost to pressure wash a driveway depends on the length and width of your driveway. Generally, most companies charge by the square foot.
If you have a long driveway with an average size house in front of it, the costs could go from $150-$200 per year for annual upkeep. Regular cleaning can increase curb appeal and prevent expensive repairs down the road from water damage due to dirt being packed into cracks in your concrete or sealant work eroding away because excess dirt was left behind after washing. A clean drive will also offer a higher resale value when you’re ready to sell your home!
The answer to this question was given to us from our good friend Joshua from Brown’s Pressure Washing in Nashville.
A good window cleaner is typically made of water, vinegar, and ammonia. The ratio can be modified to how dirty the windows are – if they’re dirtier more ammonia will be added.
The same formula for cleaning windows also works wonderfully on mirrors, ceramic tile floors and counter tops in kitchens and bathrooms if desired. When using the mixture on mirrors use a microfiber cloth to gently polish away dirt. You can also add lemon juice or pear scrub into your mix to help refine the surface of porcelain sinks that have been stained over time by hard water stains. For best results let dry naturally before wiping with a damp cloth if necessary and shine with a cotton towel after drying out naturally again.
Everyone wants to know the “magic formula” to making the best window cleaner to get their glass to sparkle and shine without streaks left behind. The true secret sauce is the squeegee that is used to wipe the window clean and clear of smears!
*This killer content was provided to us by Clearview Window Cleaning in San Luis Obispo, CA.
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