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window cleanigGoing Green With Pur Water

Going Green implies practicing an eco-friendly and ecologically accountable way of life as well as making decisions to help secure the environment and sustain natural deposits.

When it pertains to cleaning and preserving your house, there are a couple of different ways in which expert cleansing specialists like A+ Pro Windows are integrating “green cleaning”. Among the most helpful methods is by utilizing purified water. Cleansed water is water that comes from any source, however has been purified to eliminate any chemicals, containments and overall dissolved solids (TDS). There are many different ways in which water can be purified consisting of deionization, distillation, carbon purification and reverse osmosis. Purified water when cleaning the inside of your home is beneficial not just for the landscaping, flowers, and plants but also for the exterior of your house such as your windows, doors, and exterior surface areas when pressure washing and when washing windows. By using distilled water, you are using less and often no soaps or chemicals.

When cleaning and keeping the windows on your home a distilled water supply is a fantastic green choice to make. Some window washing businesses have devices called a water fed pole system, which is a water cleaning system specifically designed for window washing. The water fed pole system uses a four part water filtering to filter your tap water by removing the pollutants such as sediments  and minerals. The pure water is then pressed through a telescopic pole with a scrubbing brush head at one end to clean the window. After the window has been scrubbed a pure water rinse of the glass is all that is all that is needed to ensure a clean window that will air dry to streak free.

Application of Pur Water Window Cleaning System

pressure washingOne excellent application for pure water window cleansing is getting rid of pollen. Pollen season in North Carolina is among the worst in the country and whatever turns yellow on your home. Low and high pressure cleaning of your home is typically a necessity after an extremely heavy pollen season. Using purified water on your outside windows after cleaning your residence guarantees windows free of spots and the perfect in-depth touch to your clean home.

Purified water not only helps with cleaning up the outside of your home but should be used when cleaning the interior of your Brunswick County home. Utilizing cleansed water decreases the requirement for soaps such as in your laundry, when cooking, and everyday cleaning. Cleansed water is what ensures your restroom fixtures and shower glass do not develop difficult water deposits.

A+ Pro Window Services cares about the environment and uses a pur clean system on all their window washing projects. Pollen season is almost here – call us today to get your homes window washing on our schedule.

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

Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

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