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26 Oct

Winterize Your Home

Winter is fast approaching. Temperatures have dropped, frost is on the way, and you are about to be spending a lot more time indoors. It’s probably time to call your professional window and gutter cleaner to ensure your home is in top condition. Make sure your home is ready for the freezing months ahead with

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15 Aug

Let Us Get Your Business Looking As Good As It Performs

With so many businesses switching to online-only service it’s important to have your brick and mortar business looking clean, approachable, and professional. Here at Prime Time Window Cleaning we understand the impact a business’s appearance has on its success, which is why we are committed to providing comprehensive commercial cleaning services to all our clients.

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08 Jul

Why Is Gutter Cleaning Important?

Gutters control the flow of rainwater to protect your roof, foundation, walls, and landscape. When you neglect to properly maintain your gutter, nightmare scenarios can occur. When leaves and debris clog your gutter, a leaky roof or water damage to your interior or exterior of your home may result. Gunked-up gutters make nice homes for

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21 Jun

The Secret To Streak-Free Windows

Cleaning your windows is a task that begs to be hired out. However, there are some instances when you will need to do a quick DIY cleaning job. As professional window cleaners we have a few tips for you to clean your windows without the dreaded streaks. Cleaning glass is more about the tools and

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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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