20. July 2023
Automatic sprinklers can be great for your lawn when they are properly adjusted, but can cause damage to your windows. Over time, the water that is spraying on your windows is drying and leaving hard water deposits on your window. As the months and years go by, this buildup will "fog" your windows or hardwater deposits will be very visible. The good news is it can be remedied. The deposits can be removed by specialized chemicals that are for this, also try adjusting your sprinkler head.
Spring Window Cleaning
24. March 2023
Time to clean your windows!!!
Why Clean Your Siding?
17. February 2023
Depending on the location you live, your siding should be cleaned every 2 to 4 years. The more humid the climate, the more often it should be washed. Why? Siding tends to have mold/algae rapidly grow on the surface, and it begins on the narrow underside of each run. One it gets started it overtakes one side, and then works its way all over the house. It can grow about anywhere on your house but most prevalent on the North side of your home. Maintenance is required to keep this algae at bay!
Natural Light
29. November 2022
Why natural light is good for you. 1. Decreased energy cost - More light in the less lights to turn on. 2. Better Mood - There’s a strong correlation between spending more time in natural light and improving your mood. It combats depression, increase productivity, promote calmness and reduce anxiety. 3. Improved Health - Your body needs sunlight to produce vitamin D, which boost your immune system and keeps your brain functioning at its best. Get your windows cleaned and let the light shine!!!
Window Sill Or Track Cleaning
22. September 2022
It's important to be sure when you have your windows cleaned that the sills or tracks get cleaned out. By doing this you allow the screen to go in and fit better and the window itself will close and latch as it suppose too. Sometimes debris will get caught in the tracks and not allow you a tight secure closing of your window. It also just looks better to have them cleaned out! At Simply Clean we do just that, cleaning of sills or tracks are part of our window cleaning process, no extra charges.
Garage Door Oxidation
15. June 2022
The UV or sun is very hard on painted metals. Over time the top layer of paint gets "oxidized" and fades. You will feel and see on your hands a white chalky powder when you run your hands on the door. This is the failed paint on your door. You can remove it with a chemical and a soft brush. You have to be careful not to remove all the paint on the door by leaving the chemical on too long or brushing too aggressively. You can see the difference in the picture here, the dark color is cleaned. Wow!
21. January 2022
It's important to use the right chemicals for the surface you're cleaning. Otherwise you can damage the surface or just not remove the soil off the surface. Be careful too when mixing chemicals, as some can produce a reaction and create off gassing which can be dangerous. Here at Simply Clean we use a line of specialized professional products made for the industry we are in, also these chemicals provide awesome and safe results!
07. December 2021
This is a question I often hear as a window cleaner. The short answer is no, rain doesn’t make your windows dirty... dirt does. Many people blame the rain because it leaves spots on the glass but this happens because the rain simply collected dirt that was already on the glass and left it behind after it evaporated. But if your windows have just been cleaned the rain will not leave any water spots because it’s pure water with no dissolvable solids. So it will evaporate clean, no worries.
Low Warm Water Pressure House Wash
08. October 2021
A Low Pressure Warm Water House Wash is an easy and inexpensive way to add big curb appeal to your home. Over time organic matter (Algae, Mildew, Mold, Dirt) stick to your homes surfaces, whether that's brick or vinyl. It starts to build up and look unsightly. We use low pressure to remove this "organic matter" from your home. The chemicals we use kill the organic matter and the low warm water pressure rinses it away, so there's no damage to your surfaces. It makes a big difference!
13. August 2021
So why does this happen? Most windows older than 15 years are at a higher risk of fogging due to their age. I've also seen windows less than 2 years old which had fogging, there are several reasons why, here are some of those: 1. Poor installation the seals were damaged in the process of installing the window 2. Low quality windows 3. Manufacturing error, coming bad from the maker of the window. 4. A small crack in the window itself.

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