When is it a good time to schedule your window cleaning job?
After you get your spring gutters cleaned and possibly your house pressure washed (depending on conditions), a outside/inside standard service windowRead more.
When is it time to replace your windows?
The time to replace your windows is after they have lost their ability to insulate with a broken weather barrierRead more.
Construction Window Cleaning
One type of job we receive to do is a Construction Clean. It involves removing stickers, film, tape, paint, plaster,Read more.
First Time Window Cleans
When ordering our services for the first time, occasionally the price will be higher than regularly maintained windows. This isRead more.
Sometimes customers order there windows cleaned and are unhappy with a certain type of window that is still ‘dirty’ afterRead more.
Trees and Shrubs in Front of Windows
From time to time, we will come across a window which has a tree with branches in front of itRead more.
Water Fed Pole Window Cleaning
Water-fed pole cleaning (WFP) is used as a safe and effective alternative for ladder accessed windows. When done correctly, WFPRead more.
Many customers and curious people ask about rain after window cleaning. I reply with two answers. One, that is notRead more.
Prepping for a Job
When preparing to have your windows cleaned, it is important to move furniture out of the way of windows asRead more.
Paint, Construction Debris, and other “Hard to get off of a Window” Materials
Typically a window cleaning approved razor is used to remove these substances, and a certain method to perform the removalRead more.