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    • What is Glass Degradation?

       As time passes, glass can become infused with contaminates like oxidization, hard minerals, acid rain and over spray (paint, caulking, etc.). Since glass is porous, these pollutants settle in the surfaces’ grooves and valleys. Regular cleaning is important in order to avoid permanent damage.

    • How often should I clean my windows?

      A minimum of 2 times a year is highly recommended to prevent glass degradation and to maintain your windows’ shine.

    • Do I have to be home to receive an estimate?

      No. We can do your estimate without you being at home. We’ll walk around your property and count the windows and make note of any obstructions at that time. If you have pets please have them confined so they aren’t  free to roam the property while we’re there.

    • How much will it cost?

      This is determined on a case by case basis. Cost is generally calculated by services rendered and length of time. We do offer a free, no obligation, estimate before each job.  Call or E-mail me for more information.

    • How long does it take?

      Usually less than 2 hours to clean the average homes windows  inside and out.

    • What is  included with your normal window cleaning service?

      We are a full service window cleaning company. Our general maintenance window cleaning service always includes both the exterior and interior surface of the glass itself, cleaning the window frames and sills, and cleaning the window tracks. Our price and service always includes all of these items. If you prefer to have only the outside of your windows cleaned, we do accommodate exterior only cleanings, though in our experience we have found that most of the time the inside surface of windows are in need of attention almost as much as the outside. An exterior only cleaning would include the exterior surface of the glass and Cleaning of window tracks.

    • What Cities do you provide service to? 

      We cover most of the cities in Southern Utah and Mesquite Nevada.