Hard water stains are another one of the most common defects we see in home windows. As anyone who has tried to clean them from a window or shower stall knows, they can be very difficult to remove. Continue reading→
While power washing certainly has its place in home improvement, there are many reasons that you may want to consider soft wash for you next home exterior, driveway, walkway, or patio cleaning and restoration. For both first time cleans and routine maintenance, soft washing has two significant advantages over power washing:
- Soft wash is less likely to damage siding and wood, or leave permanent marks on concrete, brick and stone
- Soft wash kills algae, mold, and mildew instead of just blasting it off, keeping the surface clean and clear of discoloration longer.
Your windows are one of the most expensive investments you can make in your home. Considering that replacement and installation costs can range from several hundred to several thousand dollars per window, you naturally want to do everything you can to protect your investment. Incredibly, most homes have a relatively inexpensive accessory to their windows that may actually be destroying them! Continue reading→
Apart from screen oxidation and hard water stains, vacuum seal breaks are one of the most common defects we see in home windows. When a vacuum seal in a double pane window breaks (or is “blown”), it causes air and moisture to get between the panes.