It sounds so simple. Once your windows become visible, it's time to clean them. You get out there with your spray bottle and a few paper towels or a squeegee. Soon, one or two or both of the following happen: You realize all you're doing is spreading the grime around your window or you realize you're looking at a full day or more worth of work. Like so many small home improvement projects, just because you can do a job yourself doesn't mean you should. Plus, if your home has a second floor, doing the job with paper towels is going to be a feat.
Dallas Window Cleaning Companies and Equipment
One of the biggest advantages of a professional Dallas window cleaning company is simply the equipment they have at their disposal. Sure, they have commercial window cleaning solutions and squeegees, but they also have dusters, chamois, extension poles, and heavy-duty ladders. Common household rags and paper towels will cause a build up of static charge in your windows that will quickly attract additional grime to your windows. Simply put, even a resourceful and diligent homeowner is unlikely to get their windows as clean as the professionals. If you like the feel of working with your hands, you can rent this equipment from Dallas cleaning companies, but you're also not going to be saving much, if any, money this way.
Dallas Window Washers
Dallas window washers, along with the commercial equipment they carry, are also trained to clean your windows completely and efficiently. Their job should pass even your father or mother-in-law's closest examination. You may even be asked for a referral. Plus, most Dallas window washers offer an entire array of services. When they clean your windows, you can also have them pressure wash your siding, patios, driveways, and walkways, or clean out your gutters.
Cost of Dallas Window Cleaners
To provide you with useful information on all your home improvement projects, HomeAdvisor collects data on all the projects we process, including Dallas window cleaning projects. Here's what we know: While the national average for window cleaning service is $250, our data suggests you won't have to pay this much. Of our 40 most recent projects, none have surpassed $250 and some have run as low as $50. Again, the most cost-efficient way to give your house a full-cleaning service and avoid common problems, such as premature siding deterioration and foundation movement, is bundling several home improvement cleaning services together. Especially with the already unstable topsoil in Dallas, you'll want to make sure your gutters receive regular cleaning.
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Project Length of Dallas Window Cleaning
Many homeowners are concerned with how long it will take to get their home improvement projects done. While this can be a bigger concern for larger projects, with smaller projects quality should probably be your primary concern. Quality of work varies between companies, and you should still do your homework and get referrals for each company. You shouldn't have to wait around for weeks and weeks, but it may be advisable to wait a few extra days for the Dallas window cleaners you feel you can trust.