1. Generally Clean Up & Repairs
Clean yard and walk around home. Remove debris, stow mower, remove garden hoses, put a way drain system, rake yard, and so on. Look for signs of any repair needs. If possible, fix identified issues before weather hits.
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It’s hard to imagine a time when homes didn’t have glass windows. In many ways, these glass pane creations are one of the most expressive and functional features of a home. Windows serve to provide light, thermal protection, ventilation, aesthetics, noise control and more.
A Brief History
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Your home is a big investment. Given this, when was the last time you washed your windows, cleaned out your gutter and pressure washed your home’s exterior surfaces? Regular window, gutter, and pressure cleanings is a vital part of home maintenance. These cleanings help to protect your home’s value, appearance and function, while minimizing costly repairs down the road. Unfortunately, cleaning windows, gutters and pressure washing are time consuming tasks and, for some, it may seem downright daunting. Not surprisingly, many savvy home owners save time and hassle by hiring highly reputable companies that offers all three services at cost-effective rates, such as Window Washing, Inc.
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Window maintenance is an essential part of homeownership. Proper care is necessary to ensure windows operate at their best. Keeping them clean and in good condition will enhance your home’s appearance, protect energy-saving benefits and minimize replacement costs. Windows often battle weather conditions, fluctuating temperatures, ultraviolet light, high winds, rain, dirt, and more. Over time, this takes a toll. However, with regular care you can reduce damages. Below are some window maintenance tips.
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