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Services

Window Cleaning

Residential Window Cleaning

Service Description: We scrub the windows down with a scrubber then a steel wool cloth that is used to take out any water spots on your windows. Then after we squeegee your windows we not only clean your windows but also your window frames, window sills and window screens.

Why it's important: Clean windows allow natural light to flood interiors, creating brighter and more inviting environments while enhancing the overall appearance of the building. Regular cleaning prevents the accumulation of dirt, grime, and mineral deposits that can damage glass surfaces over time.

Cleaning a Rain Gutter

Gutter Cleaning

Service Description: We remove all debris, leaves, dirt, and any other type of buildup in your gutters by hand. Then we spray out whatever is remaining in your gutters to make them completely clean and obstruction free.

Why it's important: Regular gutter cleaning is essential for maintaining the integrity and value of your home. Clogged gutters can lead to water overflow, causing water damage to your foundation, roof, and exterior surfaces.

Two Cleaners

Mirror Cleaning

Description: We spray the mirrors with our homemade mirror cleaning mixture. Then we fully wipe down the mirrors with our microfiber cloths.

Why it's important: Clean mirrors not only enhance the visual appeal of your surroundings but also contribute to a brighter and more inviting atmosphere. Regular cleaning eliminates dust, smudges, and streaks that can obscure the reflective surface, allowing mirrors to fulfill their functional purpose effectively.

Solar Panels Technicians

Solar Panel Cleaning

Service Description: We scrub down the solar panels one by one, then we rinse off the panels and remove any type of buildup so that they return to their normal state.

Why it's important: Solar panel cleaning is crucial because it ensures the maximum efficiency and energy production of solar panels by removing dirt, dust, and debris that can block sunlight and reduce their output.

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