Ceiling Fan Cleaning
Ceiling fans accumulate a tremendous amount of dirt, dust, cobwebs, and allergens. Since they can be difficult to reach, especially in the case where one is installed on the second floor of a vaulted ceiling, they are not things that are usually on a homeowner's list of weekly chores to get to. That being said, fans are often overlooked in routine cleaning. They continue to build up dust more and more until there could be a breakdown of the motor inside the system, or you may start to notice dust being blown all over your room and getting on top of your carpet, curtains, bedding, tables, sinks, and so on. Our team at Window Cleaning Experts will be able to remove those old dust bunnies from the blades, glass, lighting, and various other components of the fan's system so that it runs better, more efficiently, and no longer blows dirt all over your rooms.
Our team at Window Cleaning Experts offers our ceiling fan cleaning service as an additional add-on service to our normal window cleaning services. Ask our window cleaning tech about having your ceiling fan cleaned when getting your quote or while we are cleaning your windows.
When you have a clean fan, you don't have to worry about dust and allergens being blown all over the home. This is good news for anyone in your family who may be suffering from allergies. Additionally, the clean blades and motor will be able to spin much more efficiently, leaving you with a cool and comfortable breeze in whatever room the fan may be installed in. Cleaning regularly can also help to extend the life of the fan overall, as well as its internal components. This means you won't need to worry about going out to your local hardware or big box store any time soon to spend money on a new one.
First, we will need to look at the fan to see where it is installed. If it is on a high ceiling, we are going to need to bring with us a ladder and special extending cleaning tools and equipment. Once everything has been thoroughly scrubbed and cleaned, the final step is for us to clean up and vacuum the dust and dirt which fell from the fan during the cleaning process.