Why Wash My Windows??
Why Cleaning Your Windows Can Save in the Long Run
Understanding why cleaning your windows on a regular basis can save you in the long run:
Hard mineral or hard water is the biggest threat to most home and business owners. The need for basic glass restoration can be avoided with regular cleaning to exterior window glass surfaces.
Understanding what windows are, and the risk combining Hard Water Stains can do after time
Glass is porous. A cross-section of a sheet of glass reveals peaks and valleys. Glass is a liquid that continues to harden over time.
Because glass is porous, it's easy to understand how its transparent look can quickly become obstructed with airborne pollutants. Also, it's easy to understand why hard water can damage glass if not maintained on a regular basis. Hard water happens when rainwater or sprinkler water runs over prefabricated surface i.e. wood stain, painted siding, concrete sealant. It deposits minerals and acids from those substances into the pores of the glass as rainwater flows down the surface of the glass window.
Combining these five things over time can result in damaged windows for good:
-Hard Minerals from Sprinkler systems
-Ocean or sea overspray
-Oxidization from metal screens and frames
-Overspray from paint and other harmful liquid or sprays
The Window Cleaning Experts recommends cleaning your glass no less than twice a year-either on your own or professionally. Please remember that these 5 harmful things listed above, after time, can damage your windows for good!