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Window Cleaning, Do it Myself Or Pay?


It’s that time of year again. You go to the garage, and try to sort through the muddled mess in order to pull out the ladder, buckets, rags, and a bottle of Windex. Now the fun can begin as you look at the daunting task that lies before you. Two stories of seasoned grimy windows and bug screens, just waiting to be relieved of the year, or more, of built up dust, hard water stains, and the all too familiar bug and bird droppings. No matter how many times you’ve cleaned in the past, and no matter how many different strategies that you have tried, window cleaning never gets easier or faster.
It seems like there should be an easier way, and I wish I could tell you that there is. Unfortunately, if you want your window to really be clean with no annoying streaks or smudges, there is only one way to do it. Getting face to face with the glass and cleaning until you can’t tell that the window exists. That’s if you insist on doing it yourself of course. There is an easier way of window cleaning if you choose to have someone else clean them for you.
There are many advantages to having a professional window cleaning company do you windows for you besides the obvious inconvenience of doing it yourself. Professional window cleaners don’t just show up to your door with a bottle of window cleaning solution and wash your window with a spray bottle and some paper towels, which is impossible to do without leaving streaks if you have ever tried in the past. Professionals come with the right equipment necessary to not only get your windows clean, but get them clean without streaks, and in a fraction of the time you could do them yourself. If you are like me, and time is money, then the professional is probably cheaper than you could do it yourself as well. The most important reason for hiring a professional window cleaner is safety. Working on ladders, no matter how high up, is dangerous work. The professionals take this risk from you.

Next time you’re looking out your window and realize that you are having a hard time seeing, ask yourself if you have the time, energy, or patience to tackle the task on your own. If you don’t have ample amounts of time and energy, call your local window cleaner. They will be glad you did, and you will be too.



Source by Anthony Stubbs

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