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You are the customer. If your goal is to choose a window washing company that will deliver high customer satisfaction and quality, you’ll feel confident in choosing a Diamond Certified window cleaning company. Each has been rated Highest in Quality in the most accurate ratings process anywhere. And you’re always backed by the Diamond Certified Performance Guarantee. Here’s why the Diamond Certified ratings and certification process will help you find a top-rated window washer and is unparalleled in its accuracy, rigor and usefulness:

1) Accuracy: All research is performed by live telephone interviews that verify only real customers are surveyed, so you'll never be fooled by fake reviews.

2) Statistical Reliability: A large random sample of past customers is surveyed on an ongoing basis so the research results you see truly reflect a Diamond Certified company’s top-rated status.

3) Full Disclosure: By clicking the name of a company above you'll see the exact rating results in charts and read verbatim survey responses as well as researched articles on each qualified company.

4) Guaranteed: Your purchase is backed up with mediation and the Diamond Certified Performance Guarantee, so you can choose with confidence.

Click on the name of a Diamond Certified company above to read ratings results, researched articles and verbatim customer survey responses to help you make an informed decision.

More than 200,000 customers of local companies have been interviewed in live telephone calls, and only companies that score Highest in Quality in customer satisfaction–a 90+ on a 100 scale–as well as pass all of the credential-based ratings earn Diamond Certified. By requiring such a high score to qualify, the Diamond Certified program eliminates mediocre and poorly performing companies. Read detailed information about the ratings and certification process.

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DIAMOND CERTIFIED EXPERT CONTRIBUTORS IN THE Alameda County – Window Washing CATEGORY

Jose Barajas is owner of Maintenance Agents, a Diamond Certified company. He can be reached at (510) 228-4569 or by email.

Jose Barajas

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Jose Barajas: Working His Way Up

By James Florence, Diamond Certified Resource Reporter

TRACY — As the head of a one-man window washing operation, Jose Barajas says his main focus is working his way up (in some ways literally) to the top of his industry. “For about nine years, I inspected powered platforms—the kind that window washers use to wash high-rise buildings,” he explains. “I got to know the owners of a couple of window washing companies and learned it was a very lucrative business. After a while, I decided to get into window washing myself, as well as power washing. So far, things have been going very well. Currently, I’m only servicing buildings up to three stories high, but I’m planning to work my way up from here.”

Today, as owner of Maintenance Agents, Jose enjoys the daily challenges his livelihood presents. “My job is definitely challenging, but then again, I’ve always done challenging things,” he says. “My favorite challenge of all is pushing the limits of the types of jobs I can handle. Recently, I serviced a three-story, 30,000-square-foot apartment complex, which is the biggest job I’ve done so far. I’m looking forward to topping that in the future.”

A lifetime Bay Area resident, Jose lives in Tracy with his wife, Carina, and their daughter, Olivia. When asked his favorite part about living and working in the Bay Area, he says it’s the many different metropolitan areas. “In my line of work, I spend a lot of time in big cities. Whether I’m working in San Jose, San Francisco or Oakland, I really enjoy being amid the hustle and bustle of city life.”

Outside of work, Jose likes to stay active with hobbies like fitness and hiking. “While I like spending time in the city, I also really enjoy the outdoors,” he affirms. “In particular, I like going on hikes with my family and lifting weights. Whether it’s outdoors or at the gym, exercise is an important part of my life.”

In his life and career, Jose espouses the value of pursuing your goals. “I often remind my daughter that nothing worth having comes easy,” he explains. “The more difficult the challenge, the more likely something good is going to come out of it. Whatever your goals are, if you work hard, you’re going to be rewarded in the end—if not financially, then internally.”

When asked the first thing he’d do if he were to retire tomorrow, Jose says he would travel the world. “I’ve been to Hawaii, and that’s about the furthest I’ve traveled, so I obviously still have a lot to see. I think if I retired tomorrow, I’d plan a trip across Europe. That seems like a good place to start.”

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A: Definitely the future, because I’m interested to see how far technology goes.

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The Truth about Power Washing

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INDUSTRY INFORMATION AND RESEARCHED ARTICLES BY THE DIAMOND CERTIFIED RESOURCE

Ettore Window Washing Products
Unger Window Cleaning Products
Durasonic Glass Cleaners
Opti-Logic Telescoping Window Cleaning Poles
Bruske Window Cleaning Extension Poles
Ritz Window Cleaning Cloths
Pro Window Cleaning Products
Carlisle Window Squeegees
Draper Window Cleaning Products
Flo-Thru Window Brushes
Green Works Window Cleaners
WCR Window Cleaning Supplies
J. Racenstein Window Cleaning Products
Titan Laboratories Window Cleaning Solutions
Steel City Glass Cleaner
Colker Window Cleaning Products

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professional window cleaning
commercial window washing
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high rise window cleaning
water-fed pole window cleaning
window cleaning tools
window washing solution sales
interior window cleaning
exterior window cleaning
industrial window cleaning
window squeegee services
green window cleaning
pure water window cleaning
spotless window washing treatment
magnetic window cleaning

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Building Service Contractors Association (BSCAI) (http://www.bscai.org/)
California Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) (http://www.dca.ca.gov/)
Glass Association of North America (GANA) (http://www.primaryglass.org/)
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California Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) (http://www.dca.ca.gov/)
Glass Association of North America (GANA) (http://www.primaryglass.org/)
International Facility Management Association (IFMA) (http://www.ifma.org/)
The Worldwide Cleaning Industry Association (ISSA) (http://www.issa.com/)
International Window Film Association (IWFA) (http://www.iwfa.com/)
Window Cleaning Safety Training Certification (IWCCI) (http://www.iwcci.org/)
Power Washers of North America (PWNA) (http://www.pwna.org/)
United Association of Mobile Contract Cleaners (UAMMC) (http://www.uamcc.org/)

Know What You Want
What to Ask Yourself Before Hiring a Window Cleaning Company

Once you are ready to hire an Alameda County window cleaning service in the major cities of Alameda, Union City, Pleasanton, Newark, and Dublin , it is important to know what you want. Unfortunately, many cleaning companies are less than professional and do not meet the standard of window cleaning required. Use the questions below to help you determine what you really want from a window cleaning service and you are almost guaranteed to find the most reliable and trustworthy window cleaning company. The benefits will be well-worth it!

  • Do I want a Diamond Certified window washing company in Alameda County that is rated best in quality and backed by the Diamond Certified Performance Guarantee?
  • Do I want an Alameda County window washing company that provides its own cleaning supplies and equipment?
  • Do I want a reputable window washing company that is fully insured and bonded?
  • Do I want an Alameda window cleaning company that uses environmentally friendly cleaning supplies?
  • Do I want a company to provide cleaning services on a regular basis or on a one-time basis only?
  • What windows do I want cleaned?
  • What is my budget for window washing services in Alameda County?

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What To Ask In Person
Questions to Ask House Cleaning Companies in Alameda County in Person

Once you've narrowed down your search to a few of the best Alameda County window cleaning companies in Alameda, Union City, Pleasanton, Newark, and Dublin, visit them in person to meet the representative. Questions you may want to consider asking at this point include:

  • Can the window washing company remove mineral deposits, stains, and paint overspray when cleaning the windows?
  • What additional services does the window cleaning company have?
  • Can the window washers clean and repair window screens?
  • How long will it take the Alameda County window cleaning company to finish the job?
  • What chemicals do the window cleaning professionals use or do they use chemicals?
  • Are the window cleaning solutions safe, pet-friendly, and child-friendly?
  • Do the window cleaners do their window washing alone, with a crew, or subcontractors?
  • Do you have any specials for new customers?

 

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  • What To Ask References
    Questions for Window Washing References

    It's best to choose a Diamond Certified window cleaning company because all certified companies have passed an in-depth ratings process that most other companies can't pass. If you want quality from a window washing professional in Alameda County and the greater Bay Area including the cities of Alameda, Union City, Pleasanton, Newark, and Dublin, you can have confidence choosing a Diamond Certified company. Diamond Certified reports are available online for all certified companies. And you'll never be fooled by fake reviews. That's because all research is performed in live telephone interviews of actual customers.

    If you can't find a Diamond Certified window washing company within reach, you'll have to do some research on your own. If you do, it's wise to call some references provided by your window cleaning professionals. Keep in mind, though, that references provided to you by the window cleaning company are not equal in value to the large random sample of customers surveyed during the Diamond Certified ratings process. That's because references given to customers from companies are cherry-picked instead of randomly selected from all their customers. So the contractors will likely give you a few customers to call that they know are satisfied.

    If you do call references on your own, specifically ask for a list of the company's 10 most recent customers. This will help avoid them giving you the names of only customers they know were satisfied.

    • What window cleaning services did _(Alameda County window cleaning company name_) do for you?
    • Were you satisfied with the window cleaning services from this Alameda County window cleaning company?
    • Did the window cleaning company listen to and communicate with you?
    • Do you feel the price was fair for the window cleaning services you had done?
    • What did you like best about this particular Alameda County window cleaning company?
    • Would you go back to this window cleaning company for future window cleaning services?
    • Would you/have you recommend this window cleaning company?
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  • Review Your Options
    Find and Hire a Good Window Cleaning Professionals in Alameda County

    The Diamond Certified symbol has been awarded to companies that scored Highest in Quality in an accurate ratings process.

    Your choice of window cleaning company is an important concern. More expensive companies do not necessarily offer better value. On the same token, cheaper companies may not provide the service that you want. It's important to understand that every window cleaning service will perform the window cleaning a little differently. Some will be able to customize their approach to your needs a little better. Ask for a specific cleaning checklist of exactly what your window cleaning will include. Also, if you are using window cleaning company for cleaning maintenance, be sure to ask whether all of the tasks will be performed with each cleaning service, or is certain tasks will be rotated.

    Before deciding on the best window cleaners in Alameda County for you, it's important to consider the following questions.

    • What does the window cleaning company offer that is specific to my needs?
    • Is the local window company bonded and insured?
    • What are the billing practices of the window washing business?
    • When was the last time rates were raised? It is important to understand how often the costs of the company are raised so that you are not surprised in the future by unexpected increases.
    • Can a window cleaning company in Alameda County provide your requirements for scheduling and customer service?
    • Is the window cleaning company devoted to your satisfaction?
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  • How To Work With
    Before You Hire an Alameda County Window Cleaning Company

    Once you find a local window cleaning company in Alameda County, including the larger cities of Oakland, Berkeley, Fremont, Hayward and San Leandro, that meets all your standards, it is time to ask for a written contract. This contract should include the written details about the price of the window cleaning, as well as the date when the job will be done.

    Be sure to read and understand all the terms and restrictions before you sign the contract. This contract should protect your home or business and your interests, as well as those of window cleaning company. Because of this, you should never sign an incomplete estimate.

    Do not be afraid to write specific requests or verbal agreements in the contract. This will protect you and confirm that you get the services you agreed on. You might include issues that are not always in a contract, like window or glass damage from cleaning the windows.

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  • Be a Good Customer
    How Can You Be a Good Window Cleaning Company Customer?

    It's the window washing company's responsibility put in quality window washing using the best possible cleaning techniques. But you play a big part in the success of your window cleaning, too. Here are a few simple steps you can take to be a good customer when hiring an Alameda County window cleaner.

    • Be clear and upfront with the Alameda County window cleaners you've hired. Let them know what you want from your window cleaning, the long-term outcome you're expecting and specific ways they can satisfy your expectations.
    • Remember, a friendly smile goes a long way!
    • Before you hire a window cleaning company in Alameda County, restate your expectations and goals, and reiterate to the window washing representative your understanding of the agreement. Most problems with local window washer occur because of a breakdown in communication. By being clear about your expectations and theirs, you can avoid most conflicts.
    • Ask your window washing specialist if you should call to check on the progress or if he will call you with updates.
    • Be sure your service representative has a phone number where they can reach you at all times while they're window cleaning. The work will move along more smoothly if your window washing company can reach you for any necessary updates, questions or work authorizations.
    • When your contractor contacts you, return calls promptly to keep the window washing on schedule.
    • Pay for the window cleaning work promptly.

    Why would you want to be a good customer? Window washing in Alameda County appreciate customers who are straightforward, honest and easy to work with. Your good customer behavior sets the tone from your end and creates an environment conducive to a good relationship. Things may very well go smoother and any problems may be more easily resolved.

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Check The Work
Check Window Cleaning Work Against the Invoice

When the Alameda County window cleaning is completed in the major cities of Alameda, Union City, Pleasanton, Newark, and Dublin, or your area, your window cleaning service representative will give you a written invoice that includes:

  • The name and physical address of the window cleaning company.
  • A list of all work completed, including warranty repairs done at no charge.
  • An itemized list of all replacement parts. This should state whether the parts installed were new or reconditioned window parts.
  • The total cost for your window cleaning, including the amount charged for labor.
  • Any applicable warrantees provided by the window cleaning manufacturer or the window cleaning company.

It is wise to compare the completed window cleaning work with what was written on the invoice. Ask your window washing company representative to walk through the job site and show you the cleaning or repairs. Check what was done against the invoice. During the walk-through, ask if there are any special instructions for maintaining your windows. If you have any questions about the work that was done or the materials used, now is the time to ask.

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Written Warranties
Ask for Written Warranties from Your Window Washing Company

Good window washing companies in Alameda County including the smaller towns of Komandorski Village, Sunol, Russell City, Albany, and Piedmont will offer some type of warranty on their work or on the materials that they used. All warranty details should be provided in writing during the contract stage or at the completion of the job. This written warranty information should include:

  • The Alameda County window washing business's name and physical address.
  • What products and services are covered. This should also include whether the contractor will replace or repair your these parts in the event of a product failure.
  • Your responsibility if you place a warranty claim (i.e., if you have to pay for labor or materials, or if you are required to pay a prorated amount).
  • Limitations and exclusions on the materials and workmanship.
  • If the warranties are transferrable to the new owner if you sell your home.

 

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Top 10 Requests
Top Window Washing Services in Alameda County

Window washing companies in Alameda County provide many cleaning services. However, some services are more common than others. The following are the most familiar requests for local window cleaning shops in Alameda County, including those in Hayward, San Leandro, Berkeley, Oakland and Fremont and the surrounding areas.

Window Washing Equipment

Professional window washing equipment includes: ladders and access poles for those difficult-to-reach parts, floor squeegees, window squeegees, pressure cleaners for window washing, special scrapers, microfiber cloths, and industrial strength stain and spot removers.

Window Washing Solution

A cleaning solution used to wash windows.

Window Washing Services

Window washing services that use highly specialized equipment to clean windows quickly and thoroughly. Their techniques will keep windows cleaner longer. Window cleaning services will often offer further services, like gutter cleaning, window defogging, skylight cleaning, and even repairing window screens or re-screening your windows.

Window Washing Cleaner

A cleaning solution used to wash windows.

Window Washing Formula

A homemade or professional formula that is used to wash windows.

Window Washing Squeegee

A t-shaped implement that has a crosspiece that is edged with rubber or leather. This is drawn across a surface to remove water in window washing.

Residential Window Washing

Professionally maintaining the cleanliness of windows, mirrors and other glass services of a home.

High Rise Window Washing

Window washing services that use highly specialized equipment to clean windows quickly and thoroughly in high rise buildings.

Window Washing Supplies

Professional window washing supplies includes: ladders and access poles for those difficult-to-reach parts, floor squeegees, window squeegees, pressure cleaners for window washing, special scrapers, microfiber cloths, and industrial strength stain and spot removers.

Pressure Washing

Using a piece of equipment that forces water or another liquid out of a container very quickly to clean things, such as windows, cars, home exteriors, etc…

Common Window Washing Supplies and Window Cleaning Brands

  • Ettore Window Washing Products
  • Unger Window Cleaning Products
  • Durasonic Glass Cleaners
  • Opti-Logic Telescoping Window Cleaning Poles
  • Bruske Window Cleaning Extension Poles
  • Ritz Window Cleaning Cloths
  • Pro Window Cleaning Products
  • Carlisle Window Squeegees
  • Draper Window Cleaning Products
  • Flo-Thru Window Brushes
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Glossary Of Terms
Glossary of Terms for Window Cleaning Services

Below are key window washing company terms and descriptions that will help you navigate your way through your window washing service from start to finish.

airspace
A measured distance that is between the inner surfaces of the two glass pieces in an insulated unit.

double hung
Type of window that has two vertically moving sashes, with each sash employing balances.

exterior window cleaning
Cleaning the exterior surfaces of windows in homes and businesses.

Below are key window washing company terms and descriptions that will help you navigate your way through your window washing service from start to finish.

airspace
A measured distance that is between the inner surfaces of the two glass pieces in an insulated unit.

double hung
Type of window that has two vertically moving sashes, with each sash employing balances.

exterior window cleaning
Cleaning the exterior surfaces of windows in homes and businesses.

Also known as: professional window cleaning, window cleaning companies, exterior window washing

glass
Any of a large class of materials that have a highly variable mechanical and optical properties that solidify from a molten state without crystallization.

glaze
The process of installing glass or some other glazing materials, like plastic, into a window or a door.

green window cleaning
Cleaning windows using environmentally friendly cleaning supplies.

Also known as: window cleaning service, window cleaning business, window cleaning supplies, window cleaning services, commercial window cleaning, window cleaning equipment, windows cleaning, professional window cleaning, high rise window cleaning, professional window cleaning supplies

fixed frame
Type of window that has no operating parts. It simply has a frame and glass.

fixed panel
The non-operating panel that is in a sliding glass door.

high rise window washing
Window washing services that use highly specialized equipment to clean windows quickly and thoroughly in high rise buildings.

Also known as: commercial window cleaning equipment, window cleaning products, professional window washing solution, telescopic window washing poles, high pressure cleaner, telescopic window cleaning poles, professional window squeegees, window cleaning accessories

insulated glass
A light of glass made up of two sheets of glass, a spacer bar that is filled with desiccant material placed between the two sheets at the perimeter, and a sealant applied around the perimeter of the assembly.

interior window cleaning
Cleaning the interior surfaces of windows in homes and businesses.

Also known as: window squeegees, window cleaners supplies, professional window washing solution, window cleaning pole, window cleaning extension poles

jamb
Sides or outermost vertical side members of a door or window frame.

magnetic window cleaning
A window cleaner that simultaneously cleans the inside and outside of a window which cuts cleaning time. Powerful magnets hold both sponges in place while you clean so that what you clean inside is also cleaned outside.

pressure washing
Using a piece of equipment that forces water or another liquid out of a container very quickly to clean things, such as windows, cars, home exteriors, etc…

Also known as: pressure water wand extension, commercial power washing equipment, mobile pressure washing systems, diesel pressure washer, mobile power washer, pressure wash nozzle, pressure washer tanks

professional window cleaning
Professionally maintaining the cleanliness of windows, mirrors and other glass services in homes and businesses.

Also known as: professional window squeegees, professional washing supplies

pure water window cleaning
The process of cleaning windows using water fed poles and water purification systems for spot free window cleaning without a squeegee.

residential window washing
Professionally maintaining the cleanliness of windows, mirrors and other glass services of a home.

Also known as: residential window cleaning, cleaning windows, residential window cleaners, residential window cleaners, pressure washing

screen
Product that is used with a window or door. It consists of a four-sided frame that surrounds a mesh of wire or plastic material that is used to keep out insects.

squeegee
A T-shaped implement that has a crosspiece edged with rubber or leather. It is drawn across the surface to remove water.

storm window
Attach to or over the prime window. These can be called secondary windows.

thermal break
Type of window that employs an insulating material in the sash and frame members to reduce the flow of heat inward or outward.

waterfed pole
A telescopic pole that is fitted with a brush and a means of delivering water for window cleaning.

Also known as: WFP

weather strip
A part of a window or door that is used to seal the cracks around moving sash or panels against air or water passage, when the door or window is in the closed position.

window washing cleaner
A cleaning solution used to wash windows.

Also known as: window washing brushes, telescopic cleaning poles, window cleaners equipment, professional window cleaning kits, squeegee window cleaner, professional cleaning tools, window cleaner pole, window washing solutions

window washing equipment
Professional window washing equipment includes: ladders and access poles for those difficult-to-reach parts, floor squeegees, window squeegees, pressure cleaners for window washing, special scrapers, microfiber cloths, and industrial strength stain and spot removers.

Also known as: window cleaning equipment, window cleaners supplies, cleaner equipment, professional window washing tools, window cleaner products, commercial cleaning supplies, telescopic window cleaners, window cleaner equipment, system cleaning tools, industrial window cleaning equipment

window washing formula
A homemade or professional formula that is used to wash windows.

Also known as: window washing solution, window washing solutions, glass cleaner, commercial window washing, window washing tips, best window washing formula

window washing services
Window washing services that use highly specialized equipment to clean windows quickly and thoroughly. Their techniques will keep windows cleaner longer. Window cleaning services will often offer further services, like gutter cleaning, window defogging, skylight cleaning, and even repairing window screens or re-screening your windows.

Also known as: window cleaning supply, professional window squeegees, window squeegee, window cleaning product, professional cleaning supplies, window washing bursh, residential cleaning services

window washing solution
A cleaning solution used to wash windows.

Also known as: professional window squeegee, window squeegee, telescopic window squeegee, window washer squeegee, window cleaning accessories, window cleaning materials, window cleaning supplies, window washing solutions

window washing squeegee
A t-shaped implement that has a crosspiece that is edged with rubber or leather. This is drawn across a surface to remove water in window washing.

window washing supplies
Professional window washing supplies includes: ladders and access poles for those difficult-to-reach parts, floor squeegees, window squeegees, pressure cleaners for window washing, special scrapers, microfiber cloths, and industrial strength stain and spot removers.

Also known as: professional power washing equipment, window cleaning supplies, cleaning supplies, window washing solutions, residential window washing, high rise window washing, window washing formula, window washing company, window washing cleaner, window washing squeegee

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Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ for Local Window Cleaning Contractors and Window Washers

Q: Why choose a Diamond Certified Window Washing Company?

Q: Why choose a Diamond Certified Window Washing Company?
A: Diamond Certified helps you choose a window washing company with confidence by offering a list of top-rated local companies who have passed the country’s most in-depth rating process. Only professional window cleaners rated Highest in Quality earn the prestigious Diamond Certified award. Most companies can’t pass the ratings. American Ratings Corporation also monitors every Diamond Certified company with ongoing research and ratings. And your purchase is backed by the Diamond Certified Performance Guarantee. So you’ll feel confident choosing a Diamond Certified window washing company.

Q: Can windows that appear foggy be cleaned?
A: The seal may be broken if the fog lies between two separate window panes. It could not be cleaned. You could contact the window manufacturer to see if you windows have a current warranty.

Q: Can paint and varnish be removed from windows?
A: Window cleaners can usually safely remove material like paint, varnish, caulk, concrete, stucco, stickers and sheet rock from off the windows. This type cleaning (sometimes considered a construction clean) takes longer and isn’t typically included in a normal estimate.

Q: How often should I clean my windows?
A: Windows should be cleaned a minimum of two times a year. Cleaning twice a year will prevent glass degradation and will maintain your windows’ luster.

Q: Do professional window cleaners make a lot of noise?
A: Certain cleaning services may make a lot of noise, like pressure washing, but other cleaning services, like window cleaning, make very little noise.

Q: Does the rain make the windows dirty again after they have been cleaned?
A: It all depends. Rain is merely distilled water. If the air is clean, rain on your windows will dry leaving no dirt or residue. If it has been raining off and on, and the ground is still damp, then t

Q: Do my curtains need to be taken down before my window washer arrives?
A: Any help is always welcome, but it is not necessary. It will simplify the process though, and many customers will prefer to help out, especially with the removal of window grids. Most technicians can work around most anything in the house!

Q: What is the best time of the year to have windows cleaned?
A: There is not a bad time to have windows cleaned. Many times people are concerned about having their windows cleaned during the winter months because of the possibility of rain; however, rain isn’t a concern, and winter months are as good of a time as any to clean windows. One of the best times to have windows cleaned is when they are dirty!

Q: What is glass degradation?
A: Over time, glass may become permeated with contaminates like oxidization, hard minerals, acid rain, and overspray. Cleaning your windows professionally twice a year and spot cleaning the rest of the year will keep windows bright and shiny.

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