Steps 1-4

1. Gather all necessary materials: water, window cleaning solution, microfiber sponges, clean dry rags, squeegee, and ladders.


2. Begin by thoroughly cleaning the frames, sills, and window panes with the solution and microfiber sponges. Scrub all areas, paying special attention to any stubborn stains or spots. Make sure to get into all the corners and crevices of the window frames.


3. Dry the frames, sills, and window panes with clean dry rags. Make sure all surfaces are completely dry and free of any cleaning solution.


4. Next, apply the cleaning solution to the window panes and allow them to soak for a few minutes. This will help to loosen any dirt or grime on the glass.



Steps 5-9

5. Scrub the glass again, using the microfiber sponges. Make sure to use a circular motion and pay extra attention to any areas that still have dirt or grime.


6. Dry the top and left side of the glass with a super dry rag, making a dry line. This will prevent drips and streaks on the glass.


7. Use the squeegee to clean the glass, making sure to use a firm and steady stroke. Start from the top and work your way down, making sure to overlap each stroke and clean the rubber of the squeegee after each pass.


8. Check to see if the glass needs to be scrubbed again or if any tough spots need to be cleaned off using a razor blade.


9. Dry the right side and bottom of the window and frames with a clean dry rag.



Steps 10-13

10. Repeat steps 2-9 for all remaining windows.


11. Once all windows are clean and dry, inspect each window to make sure there are no streaks or missed spots. If necessary, go back and clean any areas that may have been missed.


12. Do a final check and take before and after photos if needed.


13. Lastly, safely move the ladders to the next window, making sure to secure them before climbing.


Note:

We always check and follow safety guidelines when using ladders, especially when cleaning windows that are multiple stories high. Also, when using a razor blade, we handle it with care and be sure to use a blade specifically designed for window cleaning as they are typically plastic and safer to use.

Description

Our team is trained in traditional window cleaning techniques and follows strict safety protocols to ensure the safety of our employees and your property. We take great care in handling all of your windows, frames, and screens, and use only the highest quality cleaning products to leave your windows sparkling and streak-free. Whether you have a small home or a large commercial building, we have the expertise to get the job done right.


Benefits

Traditional window cleaning is an effective and thorough way to maintain the beauty and clarity of your windows. By using specialized tools and techniques, our team is able to remove dirt, grime, and streaks that regular cleaning methods can miss. The result is a streak-free finish that allows natural light to enter your home or business, enhancing the overall appearance and ambiance of your space. In addition to improving the aesthetic of your property, regular window cleaning can also extend their lifespan. experience the benefits for yourself.

Ladder safety practices

Make sure to set up the ladder on a flat, level surface and secure it in place using stabilizing arms or bumpers. These devices will help to prevent the ladder from slipping or moving while you are on it. Use proper ladder techniques: Always face the ladder when climbing up or down, and use both hands to hold onto the ladder. Do not lean out too far to one side, and maintain three points of contact with the ladder at all times. Wear safety equipment: When working on ladders, it's important to wear slip-resistant shoes. Training and experience: It's important to have proper training and experience when working on ladders. It's not just about knowing how to climb and work on ladder but also recognizing potential hazards and taking appropriate measures.

Before each use, inspect ladders for any signs of damage, wear and tear, and ensure that all locking mechanisms are working properly.

Have a partner or someone around: When working on ladders, it's always a good idea to have a partner or someone nearby in case of an emergency.

A few extras

Cleaning and detailing lanterns, mirrors, and glass railings involves tasks such as dusting, wiping down surfaces, polishing, and checking for any signs of wear or damage. This helps to maintain their appearance and ensure they are in good working condition.


Cleaning involves removing dirt and debris, while detailing includes tasks such as tightening loose screws, replacing light bulbs, and checking electrical connections. Scheduling regular cleaning and detailing can help to prolong the lifespan of the fixtures and keep them looking their best.




Window Cleaning

PHD window cleaning services are able to clean windows up to four stories high from the ground. We use a combination of techniques and hand-cleaning methods, utilizing squeegees for a thorough clean. In addition to the window panes themselves, we also take care to clean the frames and sills for a complete and polished finish. After the cleaning is complete, we will provide you with before and after photos to showcase the difference our services have made.


At PHD, we pride ourselves on the attention to detail that we put into cleaning windows by hand. Our technicians use a variety of techniques to ensure that every inch of the window is spotless, including wiping the corners and sills, which is an often overlooked area. We believe it is these little details that sets us apart from our competition.


Additionally, our team also uses professional tools of the trade. We also use cleaning concentrate, heavy duty removal tools, and a couple of extra little secret items that we've developed over the years to give you windows that are crystal clear. These tools, coupled with our expertise and attention to detail, are what allow us to achieve the best results possible.

Rigorously Trained Team


Our team of highly trained technicians undergoes extensive training before undertaking any window cleaning job. We ensure that all of our technicians are fully equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to provide the highest quality of service. We understand the importance of attention to detail, safety, and customer satisfaction, and we make sure that our technicians are trained to meet these standards.


At PHD, we want to ensure that our clients are completely satisfied with the services we provide. By going through rigorous training, our technicians are able to deliver high-quality results that leave our clients smiling and happy with their newly cleaned windows.

Frequency


The frequency at which you should clean your windows is a common question among homeowners. The general recommendation is to have your windows cleaned twice a year, typically in the spring and fall. While window washing may not be the most exciting task, it is important to maintain the appearance and functionality of your windows.


To achieve optimal results, it's best to hire a professional window cleaner with the right tools and techniques. They will be able to clean your windows effectively and efficiently, leaving them sparkling clean and streak-free. They also can spot any issues or damages and recommend any repairs if needed.


By having your windows cleaned twice a year, you can ensure that they are always in good condition, providing optimal natural light and energy efficiency. It will also help improve the overall aesthetic of your home and make it more inviting.

Service Request


Thank you for your interest in our services. We offer a wide range of cleaning and maintenance options to suit your needs, including debris removal, window cleaning, pressure washing, siding wash, eavestrough wash, spider spray, roof cleaning and moss removal, dryer vent cleaning, holiday light installation, and snow removal-salting.


If you're not sure what services you need, or if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. We're always happy to help.

Our team is dedicated to providing you with the best service and support for all your property management needs.


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