Your windows play a big role around your property, but they do not always get a starring role in your cleaning schedule. Far from being simple pieces of glass, your window panes affect heating, cooling, lighting and visual appeal. Streaks, stains, dirt and buildup can affect all of these areas, so keep them clean with our London window cleaning service.
The Good, The Bad & The Ugly Side Of Windows
When windows are clean, everything is bright, shining and cheery. The ugly side of windows occurs over time, as stains build up over time. Your windows are constantly up against the elements and although you might notice some buildup, there is a lot more than what is visible! As dust and dirt build up against windows, it can begin to seep into the pores of the glass itself. Foreigns materials can weaken glass, leaving windows susceptible to damage and breakage. In a climate that is constantly shifting, weakened glass can break as temperatures drop. When the interior of your home is warm to combat winter weather, the tension between the cold outside can cause windows to crack. Cracked windows can bring down your comfort and your bank account. Don’t get stuck with spider cracks and broken glass!
London Window Cleaning: Getting The Job Done
Materials stuck to surfaces are a common sight, but they don’t have to be! Wiping off the outside of your windows might be difficult for most people but our Gorillas make it a breeze. Low-level windows are accessible with minimal tools, such as rubber squeegees and eco-friendly cleaners. By using rubber tools, our Gorillas eliminate static charge that attracts airborne and lighter materials. Using a simple rag can push dirt into grooves and seams, creating problem areas. The shape of squeegees allow rubber blade to run along edges, removing dirt instead of pushing it around. If your windows are out of reach, trust a Gorilla to get them clean. Each and every Gorilla Mobile is equipped with a mobile water source and water-fed poles. These poles allow our cleaning experts to treat glass, frames and sills of windows up to four storeys high.