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5 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD HIRE A PROFESSIONAL WINDOW CLEANER

Updated: Jan 21

Struggling to find the motivation to clean your windows?


Well hopefully this post will allow you to hire a professional window cleaner without feeling guilty!


professional window cleaner squeegeeing glass


Quite often people will decide not to employ the services of a professional window cleaner, either to save money or simply they have the free time and don't see the value in paying a window cleaner when they can do it themselves.


BUT HERE'S 5 REASONS WHY HIRING A PROFESSIONAL MAKES SENSE


1. TIME


Not many people these days seem to have enough of it.


Unless you clean windows for a living, it will take you much, much longer than a professional.


I still remember when I first started to learn how to clean windows, the difference in ease, quality and time on the job compared to now is night and day.


I often receive feedback from customers how much they loath cleaning windows and the frustration when they do.


2. QUALITY


A professional window cleaner will will get your windows clear and streak free.


The old bottle of Windex and newspaper just doesn't cut it!


Have you tried cleaning them yourself, only to find that when you're cleaning the inside glass you notice the streaks on the outside?... Frustrating!


I can always tell when the home owner has attempted to clean the windows themselves.


3. COST


To obtain a professional clean, you need professional window cleaning equipment.​


Not super expensive, but not cost effective if you only clean your windows 2 to 3 times a year.


There's a variety of different squeegees and applicators all designed for a specific use and to make the job easier, the back of my van is full of them!


Buying the latest tools adds up over time.


Also, a pure water system can cost from $800 to over $2,000 not to mention the cost of changing the filters and resin.


It's quite a large financial outlay if you're cleaning your own windows once or twice per year.


4. SAFETY


Even with the modern pole fed pure water systems, some windows are still only accessible using ladders or walking along roof lines.


A professional window cleaner is ​set up for this and is used to walking safely across roofs and being able to carry the equipment required.


Plus we are insured, not just for ourselves, but if unfortunately a window gets broken, we replace it at our own cost.


5. IT'S HARD WORK!


Even for a professional it's still a fairly physical job.​


But a professional window cleaner has the right equipment as well as experience, which means a fast technique to complete the window cleaning in less time and with less effort.


IT'S NOT ONLY THE WINDOWS THAT NEED CLEANING


Cleaning windows is more than just cleaning the window glass.


FLY-SCREENS


Now, this is something a professional window cleaner comes across all the time, damaged and buckled fly-screens from them being removed or fitted back incorrectly.​


There are various ways fly-screens are fitted and there is a knack to getting them off and on.


Whether you clean the screens or not, they still have to come off.


Then there are security screens that make it so the external window cannot be accessed from the outside.


But there is a way to remove a window from it's frame from the inside enabling the outside glass to be cleaned.


WINDOW TRACKS


Although it's not rocket science, you need a good vacuum and attachment and various ​size brushes.


Plus a good cleaner to remove any muck.


WINDOW FRAMES


Window frames can get dusty and grubby too.


Generally just a good wipe will bring them up.


COBWEBS


These are knocked down and cleaned from around the window and frames too.​​


All these window cleaning items can take time, but a professional window cleaner has a system and method to get the job done fast and efficiently.


 

So if you are staring at your dirty windows deciding whether to clean them yourself, please call me​​​ and let me talk you out of it!


Phone David: 0426 258 876



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