Cleaning in the rain
Rain does not make the windows dirty, dirt does. Dust accumulates on the outside of the glass from lawn mowers, leaf blowers, tree pollen, car exhaust and many other sources. This dust settles as a uniform layer on the glass. When it rains, the rain drops push the dust into different patterns and after the water dries the dust remains on the glass. This is now highly visible because it is no longer uniformly spread but is sporadic throughout the pane. Clean glass will stay clean after any rain because once the rain water dries, there is nothing left behind to obscure the view.
What about the winter?
Window cleaning is all the more important in the winter. Road salt that is poured onto the streets gets turned into an airborne powder from the cars driving over it. This airborne dust settles onto the windows just as any other dust. Your winter clean’s will be safely and effectively done because we follow proper safety guidelines and training procedures.
Because we know your time is important, our weather policy effectively ensures that all appointments are completed in a timely manner. From our years of experience we are able to make accurate decisions to ensure that service and safety come first in serving you. We are confident you will be pleased.