Showing posts from November, 2022

How to Keep Your Windows Clean and Streak-Free

Keeping windows clean is an essential part of maintaining a healthy home. Dirty windows don’t just look bad, they can also be the source of allergens and bacteria that cause health problems. The good news is that cleaning your windows doesn’t have to be a big chore. Here are some easy tips for keeping your windows sparkling clean and streak-free.  Window Cleaning Solutions  The key to getting your windows squeaky clean is to use the right cleaning solution. For most types of windows, plain water and white vinegar can do a great job of removing dirt and grime. Mix together one cup of water with one cup of vinegar in a spray bottle to make your own window cleaning solution. You can also add a few drops of mild dish soap for extra cleaning power, but don’t use anything stronger than mild dish soap as it could damage your window frames or sealant.  If you have tougher stains on your windows, you may need to use glass cleaner. Look for glass cleaners that are ammonia-free so they won’t dama

Post-Pressure Washing Maintenance: How to Keep Your House Looking Fresh and New

Pressure washing your home can be a great way to increase its curb appeal and value. But once the job is done, it's important to remember that there is some maintenance involved in order to keep your home looking its best. In this blog post, we'll go over some of the important things you need to do in order to maintain your home after having it pressure washed. 1. Check for any loose paint chips or siding that may have come off during the pressure washing process. If you find any, be sure to remove them and dispose of them properly. Depending on the severity of the damage, you may also need to patch up the area with some new paint or siding. 2. Inspect your gutters and downspouts for any debris that may have been dislodged during the pressure washing process. If you find any, be sure to remove it so that your gutters can continue to function properly. 3. Take a look at your windows and doors to make sure that they are still properly sealed and caulked. If any sealant has been d

3 Tips for Maintaining Your Home During Snow Season

  With the snow season comes the responsibility of keeping your home in tip-top condition. From your roof to your driveway, there are a few key areas you'll want to focus on in order to avoid any damage. Here are three tips for taking care of your home: Your Roof:  One of the most important parts of your home is your roof. Not only does it protect you from the outside elements, but it also plays a crucial role in the overall structure of your home. During snow season, it's important to clear your roof of any snow or ice build-up. This can be done with a long-handled brush or by hiring a professional to do it for you. Once the snow and ice are cleared, you'll also want to make sure that your gutters are free of debris so that they can properly drain.  Your Driveway:  Another area you'll want to focus on during the snow season is your driveway. Not only is it important to keep it clear so that you can come and go as you please, but it's also important to prevent any i

Pressure Washing Before the Holidays

Pressure Washing Before the Holidays  The holidays are a busy time of year. There's shopping, baking, decorating, and entertaining to think about. And if you're hosting family or friends for Christmas this year, that means your home has to be in tip-top shape. One of the best ways to get your home ready for holiday guests is to give it a good pressure washing. Here's why pressure washing your home before Christmas is a must. Pressure Washing Gets Rid of Unwanted Grime and Debris Let's face it, your home probably isn't as clean as it could be after a summer of barbecues, pool parties, and playdates. A thorough pressure washing will remove all the dirt, grime, and debris that's accumulated on your home's exterior—leaving it looking clean and fresh just in time for Santa's arrival. Pressure Washing Can Help You Avoid Holiday Disasters No one wants their holiday gathering to be interrupted by an unfortunate accident. But if your deck or patio isn't pro