There are a lot of factors to consider when choosing a window cleaner including price, service offered and their attention to detail. Choosing a careful window cleaner can really protect you from a lot of headaches. A careful window cleaner can be a bit more expensive but when you think about the costs, it’s easy to see the extra money is worth it.
While there are many advantages to beautiful, clean windows, there is also one downside. Birds often mistake your clean windows for “clear air” ahead and will fly right into them at full speed. If you’ve experienced this, then you know how gut wrenching it is to hear the “thud” of another bird that’s likely just lost its life. There are a few things you can do to help prevent this from happening.
“Failing to plan is planning to fail”…a catchy quote that’s been attributed to a few folks, but typically is credited to Alan Lakein. The moral of this story is that planning is important! Whether you’re planning your dream vacation to Ireland, saving for college, or planning your spring cleaning, it’s important to get ahead of the game whenever possible. If you have a big summer planned, why not start scheduling your spring cleaning chores today? Little steps like this will free up time in the future to enjoy some much-deserved down time!
First off, what is hard water? According to Whirlpool Water Solutions “Hard water is water that has a high mineral content. It’s a natural result of minerals like calcium and magnesium accumulating during the water cycle, and it can happen with well water and even city water. The more calcium and magnesium dissolved in the water, the harder the water becomes.” All water that has not been through a water softening process will have traces of these minerals that cause hard water. Water like this is almost always found in cities and industrialized areas.
Hiring a window washer is a big time saver for homeowners and is much safer to leave the high windows to the professionals. Streak free windows aren’t easy to achieve but with the right tools and know how a professional can yield sparkly beautiful windows. There are some things to consider before hiring a professional and some things to do before they arrive.
Cleaning the windows before listing a newly built home can make the house feel brighter and more inviting. Potential buyers will love the curb appeal of a home with gleaming glass windows and clean window tracks make windows easier to open. Dean’s window cleaning cleans the glass, tracks and even the screens on windows to ensure the entire area is sparkling and beautiful.
With the onset of winter only weeks away, it’s getting colder and colder as the days’ pass. Your gutters need cleaning now if they haven’t already been taken care of. The colder months are especially difficult on homes that are not prepared. There is one simple reason to have your gutters prepared for winter; snow and ice must have somewhere to go when it melts.
If you are considering putting your house on the market one of the things you should consider is having your windows professionally washed. Beautiful clean windows make a huge visual impact on your home can really accentuate the beauty of your home. Your floors will look more beautiful, your home will look brighter and potential buyers will hopefully fall in love with your home. You’ve heard the expression “you only have one chance to make a first impression?” Here’s your chance to make the best impression possible!
Companies always tout the reasons why you should do business with them. Here are just a few more reasons why you should hire a professional window and gutter cleaner, whether it’s our company or one of our competitors.
Boost Your Home’s Curb Appeal!
Who doesn’t love boosting the curb appeal of your home? When your windows aren’t clean, your curb appeal is, well, less appealing. Perfect for before those holiday parties and trick or treaters! You don’t have to be selling your home to want to boost your curb appeal. Houselogic.com breaks it down this way, “Realtors® say washing a house can add $10,000 to $15,000 to the sale prices of some houses” so be sure to “wash your windows inside and out, swipe cobwebs from eaves, and hose down downspouts.”