From residential properties to 20-storey office buildings, window cleaning isn’t something that can be neglected on a regular basis. Luckily, there are professionals that you can hire in order to get the job done safely. With this said, selecting the best season to have your windows cleaned is often a coin toss and a large variety of the information available tends to contradict itself.
In this article, the Parkside team have decided to go over the pros and cons of windowing cleaning in every season in order to allow our readers to make an informed decision…
It is wise to clean your windows thoroughly during spring in order to remove the build-up of debris that accumulates after the winter period. After all, very few people are willing to brace the cold of winter for this domestic duty which means that the cleanliness of your windows will often be neglected until the weather warms up in spring. You should try to choose a cloudy day in favour of a sunny one as too much heat can dry out the cleaning solution and leave you with unsightly streaks.
Your windows should be cleaned around the start of summer in order to rid them of spring pollen and other material built up. With this said, the warmth of the summer season can be troublesome to work around as, like above, the cleaning solution can dry too quickly. In addition to this, the added shine can hide imperfections and dirt that wouldn’t be missed on an overcast day.
When the leaves start to fall from the trees and the weather gets colder, it is easy to tell that Autumn is just around the corner. In fact, rainfall levels also tend to rise during this season. If you notice that your windows are considerably dirty after a bout of autumn rain, then it is a sure sign that they were already in need of cleaning beforehand. Luckily, the mild weather means that the windows will dry without streaks and you won’t have to freeze during the task either.
As the most difficult season for window cleaning, winter is when homeowners tend to neglect the cleanliness of their windows because it is simply too cold. With this said, it isn’t impossible to do when you have the right products and tools to hand. After all, it is important to ensure that the glass isn’t damaged in the process as the last thing you want to do is use extremely hot water on freezing cold winter glass!
Although it looks fairly straight forward, window cleaning is an expertise in its own right. Here at Parkside Cleaning Service, we have a team of highly qualified commercial window cleaners who are trained in order to clean your windows no matter the season. In fact, we also use the latest water-fed pole cleaning technology! To find out more information about hiring a Parkside window cleaner, get in contact with the best cleaners Manchester has to offer today!