We hand clean window surfaces using only the best professional tools and techniques. Our attention to detail is evident by the removal of all water used and the cleaning out of the interior sill and the exterior screen track. Window screen cleaning for standard screens is included in our basic service.
Some homeowners wish for us to also clean out their "window wells." The "window wells," are the 1 inch strip that the window sits in and cannot be seen or accessed while the window is closed. The raising of the window and cleaning of this non-viewable space must be requested as an additional service subject to additional charges.
Pure Water Window Cleaning
We have invested enormous resources in Pure Water Technology setting us light years ahead of all our competition. After our initial visit we evaluate each property on an individual base for the ability to maintain the window units during future visits with our state of the art pure water window cleaning system. This process uses 100% purified water manufactured onsite to agitate the dirt, residue, and cobwebs from the glass and frames and rinse it away to the ground using very low pressure 40-60 psi. The amount of water used is ½ to ¾ GPM being very low volume much less than running your sprinkler system for half and hour. The water is pumped from the van to the water fed carbon fiber pole reaching up to 60’ or five stories from the ground. This keeps us firmly planted on the ground performing a very thorough job with a spot free clean. The windows are washed and rinsed with a soft bristle brush and left to air-dry minutes later with a perfectly spot free clean.
Storm Window Cleaning
Storm windows come in various configurations consisting of removable windowpanes and/or frames. These units can be removed from either the inside or the outside of the house. These windows are designed to provide additional layers of thermal insulation and weather element protection.
The complexity of this window design requires that the glass be removed, cleaned, and properly reinstalled. This process takes much more time than that required to clean non-storm windows.
Hard Water Deposit Removal
Hard water deposits are caused by the buildup of minerals on windows and other surfaces from sprinkler systems and spray from swimming pool equipment. It is critical to address these causes early on. Sprinkler systems can be adjusted to correct the direction of the water they deliver away from the house, and pool equipment can be modified to not spray the windows.
Unaddressed mineral deposits can cause irreversible corrosion damage. Once such damage has occurred, the only solution is costly window replacement.
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