window cleanigContemplating whether to DIY or employ a window cleaner? Here are some suggestions to help you make up your mind.

Clean windows can make your house brighter and enhance its total appearance.

Sheila Smeltzer, owner of A+ Pro Window services points out that a window cleaning company can detect early possible dangerous problems and issues with your windows.

Here are some reasons you should consider working with an expert window cleaning service to keep your windows functioning properly and letting the sun shine in.

  1. Conserving time

Cleaning your windows can be a time-consuming project, states Ms. Smeltzer. “We can finish a job that would take a property owner 5 hours in less than half the time.”

  1. Identifying general issues

A professional window washer can spot potential problems like screens that don’t fit the window, windows that can’t be opened because the windows that are painted shut or wood rot on windowsills, or other damage to the windows that prevent you from using them properly. Spotting the issues early can potentially save you an expense later on.

  1. Eliminating insect problems

Wasps, hornets and bees often build nests behind window shutters Wasps in particular can construct paper nests between the sections of a storm window. Other insects such as ladybugs can build a nest in channels, making the windows difficult to open or operate.

  1. Extending the life of a window

Similar to deposits in your shower, aluminum screens which are old and left in place for years slowly etch a pattern of deposits on the glass. The etched glass is not only unattractive, but it is more vulnerable to fractures and chips.

An expert window washer can restore the glass and extend your window’s life with a treatment of muriatic acid.

  1. Offering the right window cleaning supplies and tools

Professional window cleaners can guarantee that the right products are utilized to clean the glass in windows that are environmentally friendly without damaging the glass.

If you have stained or leaded glass, you may be unintentionally damaging it using a window cleaner that is ammonia-based. With extended use, this type of cleaner can cloud the glass windows, and the damage cannot be repaired.

Expert window washers likewise have the best equipment, such as ladders with grips, extension hoses and telescoping window-washing tools, to securely clean hard-to-reach windows on second floors or high ceilings.

  1. What is the cause of spots on your windows?

Puzzled about what’s causing the spots on your glass?

Read our recent blog post “What are these black specks on my house siding and windows?”

An expert window-cleaning service can pinpoint the cause of the issue and help your windows and siding stay cleaner and last longer.

Before you employ a window cleaner

What does it cost? Window cleansing costs differs, however, you usually get what you pay for. Anyone with a pail, squeegee and window mop can call himself or herself a window cleaner.

Ask questions before you employ just anyone. A real specialist will ensure your windows are not just clean, but also functioning properly. A professional can give you advice on how to protect your largest investment – your home.

A+ Pro Window Services also suggests getting your windows cleaned up a minimum of annually. It is very important to ask for references and check out reviews prior to working with a window washer.

Ask them how long they have been in the business.

Give us a call today with your window washing questions.

A+ Pro Services Inc.
980 Whiteville Road NW
Shallotte, NC 28470
(910) 754-2263
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