FAMILY-OWNED & OPERATED SINCE 2009
We employ two methods to clean your windows depending on the location; streak-free hand squeegee and spot-free waterfed pole. We offer both methods depending on the situation but prefer to use waterfed poles for exterior cleaning.
A water fed pole cleaning will be far more inexpensive and also provide a higher quality clean over squeegeeing by hand in some cases, as it allows for easy cleaning of the surrounding frames as well without the need for expensive man lifts or dangerous ladder work.
We don’t just wipe and apply solutions, we also look for the filth that is more difficult to remove. The average window touch-up service may struggle with streaks and bug spots, but we know how to get rid of them. Our employees may stay a little longer, but we guarantee it’ll be worth it. Our steel wool ultra-fine polishing material cleans glass better than anything else.
Our specialized equipment allows us to reach areas that other companies can’t reach. You’ll notice the difference right away when we wash your windows because they’ll look cleaner than ever before. We take pride in our work and refuse to settle for anything less than perfection when it comes to your property’s windows. You’ll be amazed by our results!
Our technicians will pick the best option for every window to give the best value for your dollar and quality you can be happy with. All of our window cleaning services offered are for water-soluble debris only, unless you’re specifically requesting a heavier duty clean and/or post-construction clean.
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As a window cleaning enthusiast or professional, understanding the best practices and techniques for achieving spotless, streak-free windows is crucial. Whether you’re a homeowner looking to maintain the clarity of your view or a window cleaning business aiming to provide top-notch services, having comprehensive knowledge on the subject is essential.
In this guide, brought to you by the renowned ProClean Team, we’ll explore the top 9 frequently asked questions about the best window cleaning techniques, tailored to the needs of window cleaning enthusiasts and professionals alike.
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To achieve streak-free windows, start by using a microfiber cloth or squeegee. Mix a solution of equal parts white vinegar and water, then apply it to the glass. Wipe the window vertically with the cloth or squeegee, followed by a horizontal stroke to prevent streaks.
Eco-friendly alternatives are often more effective for window cleaning. They are less likely to leave residues, are safe for the environment, and work well on various types of glass without causing damage.
For tough stains, create a paste using baking soda and water, apply it to the stained area, and let it sit for a few minutes. Then, scrub gently with a soft brush or sponge before rinsing. Alternatively, use a commercial window cleaner specifically designed for stubborn stains.
During the day. Cleaning windows on an overcast day or when the sun is not directly hitting them is ideal. This prevents the cleaning solution from drying too quickly and leaving streaks on the glass.
When cleaning windows on upper floors, always use a sturdy ladder placed on a flat surface. Consider using safety harnesses or hiring professionals for cleaning high-rise windows to prevent accidents.
Invest in a quality squeegee, microfiber cloths, a bucket with a grid to wring out excess water, an extension pole for high windows, and a non-toxic window cleaning solution.
To prevent hard water spots, avoid cleaning windows in direct sunlight. Use a water softener in your cleaning solution or a specialized glass polish that repels mineral deposits.
For most residential properties, cleaning windows twice a year (spring and fall) is sufficient. However, homes near busy roads or construction sites may require more frequent cleaning.
To clean windows with delicate treatments, first, dust the blinds or curtains using a microfiber duster. Then, dampen a cloth with a mild cleaning solution and gently wipe the window surface.
FAMILY-OWNED & OPERATED SINCE 2009