Clean and clear views are not the only reasons to keep your windows shining. The windows around your property might not demand a ton of attention throughout the year, but regular cleanings are a must! A professional Burnaby window cleaning can extend the life of your windows and save on repairs or replacements. When you want the best results for the delicate materials around your property, an experienced Toodaloo technician can help.
Why Opt For Routine Maintenance?
Communities around Burnaby are known for their natural beauty and plant life. Being surrounded by green space isn’t much use when you can’t even see it! It isn’t uncommon for property owners to forget about window maintenance until glass is showing spots, streaks or stains. This might work for visual appeal but the overall condition of your windows should be more than an afterthought. Glass might seem solid but it is a porous material. This means that, over time, unwanted items can seep in and degrade materials from the inside. New or maintained windows can take a certain degree of pressure before cracking. This is not the same of old or weakened windows. In fact, weak windows do more than just break. Weakened glass and a degrading surrounding area can impact the heating and cooling of your space as well. Letting routine maintenance pass you by can lead to discomfort and a strain on your wallet. Save yourself some trouble by calling Toodaloo!
Burnaby Window Cleaning: Why Choose A Gorilla
Getting the best results for your Burnaby window cleaning is not as simple as wiping a cloth across surfaces. Any friction created by a wiping motion creates static cling, attracting airborne dust right back to your glass. Keeping glass clean requires a few more tricks of the trade. Rubber squeegees eliminate static while eco-friendly cleaning solutions remove dirt and stains. Shaped tools allow our Gorillas to remove dirt from every corner and angle of your windows. For those panes that are just out of reach, our Gorilllas are prepared for that as well. Water-fed poles and a mobile water sources allow Gorillas to reach windows up to four storeys.