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Basic FAQS

No, you don’t need to be home when your gutters are cleaned. We can provide you with a free estimate and send a technician to your home at a time that is convenient for you. All of our work is guaranteed, so you can rest assured that your gutters will be properly cleaned and repaired. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.

If you have a lot of trees around your home, you may want to consider gutter screening or gutter guards. This will help to keep your gutters clear of leaves and other debris.

Ultimately, the decision comes down to personal preference and what you feel will work best for your home. If you’re unsure of which route to take, we recommend speaking with a professional who can assess your situation and make a recommendation based on your specific needs.

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Window Cleaning FAQs

There are a few key things to keep in mind when cleaning windows without streaks: use a clean cloth, use the right cleaner, and don’t scrub too hard.

1. Use a clean cloth. This may seem like a no-brainer, but it’s worth mentioning because it’s such an important part of getting streak-free results. Make sure to use a lint-free cloth or else you’ll end up with streaks from the lint.

2. Use the right cleaner. Again, this may seem obvious, but it’s important to use a window cleaner specifically designed for windows. You don’t want to use a general all-purpose cleaner because it might leave streaks or a film on the glass.

3. Don’t scrub too hard. When you’re cleaning, be sure to use gentle motions. Scrubbing too hard can actually cause streaks by pushing the dirt and grime around on the glass.

By following these simple tips, you can clean your windows without streaks and enjoy the clear, beautiful view.

Yes, we can wash your windows in the winter. Our experienced team is equipped to handle any weather conditions. We use the latest technology and techniques to ensure a streak-free finish. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.

There is no definitive answer to how often you should have your windows cleaned. However, we generally recommend that you have them cleaned at least once a year – and more frequently if they are in a high-traffic area or subject to a lot of dirt and grime. Of course, the frequency with which you have your windows cleaned will also depend on your personal preferences and the condition of your windows. If they are particularly dirty, you may want to have them cleaned more often. Conversely, if they are in good condition, you may be able to clean them less frequently. Ultimately, it is up to you to decide how often you want to have your windows cleaned. However, we do recommend that you have them cleaned at least once a year to ensure that they stay in good condition and continue to look their best.

There are a few different types of window cleaning solutions that you can use, depending on your needs. For general cleaning, you can use a vinegar and water solution. Simply mix equal parts vinegar and water in a spray bottle and use it to clean your windows. If you have stubborn stains or grime, you can use a diluted ammonia solution. To make this, mix one part ammonia with 10 parts water. Spray it on the stained area and let it sit for a few minutes before wiping it away. If you need a stronger solution, you can use a 1:1 ratio of ammonia and water. Be sure to ventilate the area well when using this solution and wear gloves to protect your hands. For a natural window cleaning solution, you can mix lemon juice and water. Simply mix 1/2 cup of lemon juice with 1 cup of water and use it to clean your windows. This solution is safe to use on all types of windows, including tinted ones. Whichever solution you choose, be sure to test it in a small area first to make sure it won’t damage your window.

Power Washing FAQs

Homeowners should power wash their homes at least once a year. However, if your home is in a particularly dusty or windy environment, you may need to power wash more often. You can tell it’s time to power wash when you start to see dirt and grime accumulating on the outside of your home.

This is a difficult question to answer as it depends on a number of factors, including the size of the house, the level of dirt and grime build-up, and the type of power washer being used. Generally speaking, however, it should take no more than a few hours to power wash an average sized house. If you are hiring a professional company to do the job, they may be able to do it even faster.

Yes, you can power wash vinyl siding. Just be sure to use a low-pressure setting and hold the nozzle at least 12 inches away from the siding. Start at the bottom and work your way up, overlapping each stroke by about six inches. Rinse off any soap residue with clean water.

Yes, you can damage concrete by power washing if you use too much pressure, hold the nozzle too close to the surface, or move it too fast. This can cause the concrete to pit, chip, or flake. If you’re not careful, you might even strip off the paint or sealer. To avoid damaging your concrete, use the lowest pressure setting that will clean the surface and hold the nozzle at least 18 inches from the surface. Move it slowly back and forth, overlapping each stroke by about 6 inches.

If you’re not sure how to operate a power washer, or if you’re concerned about damaging your concrete, hire us to do the job.

Roof cleaning FAQs

Depends, it will take some time for the roof to develop a shine. Depending on the severity of the problem, it may take a few weeks or months for the roof to slowly become shiny. However, you can maximize the speed of this process by regularly washing your roof and keeping it free of debris. Over time, you will see a noticeable difference in the shininess of your roof. 

Cedar roofs are a beautiful and popular choice for many homeowners. But can you wash them?

The answer is yes, but there are a few things to keep in mind. First, cedar is a softwood and can be damaged by high-pressure washing. Second, cedar roofs should be cleaned with a mild soap and water solution to avoid damaging the shingles.

If you do decide to pressure wash your cedar roof, be sure to use a low-pressure setting and hold the wand at least 18 inches from the surface of the roof. Also, avoid using a ladder or getting on the roof if possible – this can damage the shingles.

If done properly, washing your cedar roof can extend its life and keep it looking beautiful for years to come. Just be sure to use caution and follow the manufacturer’s instructions to avoid damaging the roof.