3. Using a strip washer, apply water and solution while scrubbing outside surface of all windows. The solution we use was formulated to make your windows shine, and to add extra glide to the squeegee to ensure a streak free clean. In ideal conditions, a Water Fed Polewill be used to clean the window instead of a strip washer.
4. The next step is to squeegee all the water off the glass with the most advanced squeegee ever built, Unger's Ergotec Ninja.
5. A towel is then used to dry the edges of the glass.
6. I then repeat these steps for the inside surface of your windows.
7. Screens are reinstalled 8. Upon your approval of the windows, the window cleaning process is complete.
Windows are one of the most costly investments in your home. Don't you think they deserve the proper care and maintenance necessary to prevent a permanent decrease in clarity? Decreased clarity can be caused by hard water stains, oxidation, construction over spray, and air pollutants. A degradation of clarity can be prevented by having your windows consistently cleaned. It's recommend that you have your windows cleaned at least once/year to keep them in decent shape. If you have guests over often, or you just prefer to keep your windows in good condition, 3-4 cleanings per year is recommended.
Why should I get my windows cleaned?
The obvious reasons are: - Better View - Allows more light in - Heat Efficiency
However, beyond the obvious reasons, the most important reason for glass maintenance is to prevent glass degradation. Over time glass becomes permeated with a variety of contaminants:
1. Hard Minerals (from sprinkler systems and building run-off) 2. Oxidization (from windows encased in metal frames and screens) 3. Acid Rain 4. Over Spray (from paint, chalking, and mortar)
The need for glass restoration can be avoided with regular cleanings. I recommend no less than 2 cleanings per year. Because glass is porous, it's easy to understand how it's transparent look can quickly become obstructed by foreign pollutants.