Cleaning Windows During Different Seasons

Keeping windows clean all year round is a great idea and a great habit to get into. But with the changing seasons and temperamental weather, it can be a tricky task and then could become overlooked. However a professional window cleaner will be able to work around the elements to ensure the maintenance of your windows can be a year round endeavour.

Washing in the winter

You may think that when winter begins and the temperatures drop that you can’t now have your windows cleaned but the reality is you can still have them serviced by a professional who can offer solutions around the chilly conditions. As the nights begin to draw in and there is less sunlight overall, by getting your windows cleaned, you can maximise the amount of brightness in your home which is precious at this time of year.

A professional window cleaner will know how to stay warm whilst doing the job and how to keep their cleaning materials working on your windows whilst the air might be wet and cold. They will also have measures in place to keep the water they are using warmer on frosty days to ensure this does not freeze while cleaning.

Suds in the spring/summer

As we come out of the cocoon of winter and the first promise of sunny days appear, the idea of spring cleaning comes to the forefront. Clean windows in the spring and summer will help your house maximise the amount of sunlight coming through and get rid of pollen around your frames.

A professional cleaner will be able to give your windows a complete overhaul in the summer as temperatures will make the job easier and safer. Whilst hot days are always welcome they present a challenge with cleaning windows as the heat will dry them quicker, before products may have time to work. But the professionals will have the cleaning materials and equipment to cope with scorching days and to make sure your windows stay streak free and gleaming, working fast and efficiently so you can enjoy a spotless view of the sunshine.

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