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Author: will dron

17 May

How To Prepare Your Windows For Spring

After a long and cold winter, spring is finally among us in Chicago. As you are pulling out your shorts and sandals start thinking of  how you need to prepare your home for the beautiful summer months ahead. It is best to begin your spring cleaning project while the temperatures are still mild. This also

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29 Apr

Tips To Keep Your Windows Clean

Remove Mildew from Window Frames Use a bleach-detergent solution to remove mildew from your window frames. Dark (Black or gray) mildew spots on wooden frames can be cleaned for good with a solution of 2 ounces (60 mls) of household bleach and 1 ounce (30 mls) of laundry detergent in a quart of water. Keep

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29 Apr

4 Motivators to Clean Your Windows

1) Image Whether you are entertaining guests or operating a business, it is important to portray a clean and professional image of yourself or your company. Many individuals take cleanliness quite seriously, and rightly so! Your windows should compliment the overall design of your home and impress your guests. Dirty windows may lead your guests

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22 Apr

Let Us Increase the Value of Your Home – Part 2: Pressure Washing

In our previous blog we stressed the importance of clean windows when selling your property. However, we have not yet finished giving you tips on how to get the best price when selling your home. In the property market, appearance is everything. We always recommend that houses going on the market should be pressure washed

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22 Apr

Let Us Increase the Value of Your Home – Part 1: Window Cleaning

Realtors and estate agents emphasize curb appeal and cleanliness when it comes to selling a property. Clean windows and a clean exterior are at the top of their list. Professional window cleaning and power washing improves the overall appearance of a home. The effect of window cleaning can be drastic, but it is the subtle

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10 Feb

Winter and Unhealthy Indoor Air

Winter and Unhealthy Indoor Air As the mercury plummets and we spend more time indoors with our windows tightly closed, the air we breathe is re-circulated through our HVAC ductwork on a continuous basis. This can lead to a buildup of dust, debris, bacteria, and other contaminants which contribute to poor indoor air quality. Many

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