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5 Gutter Cleaning Tools to Make The Job Less Daunting
Posted on Wednesday, August 19th 2020

Gutters catch rainwater from your roof and channel it to the downspouts. Keeping your gutters clean will allow precipitation runoff to flow freely and prevent excess water from pooling around the home, avoiding damage to the foundation. Clogged gutters can also increase the load on roofs, causing them to sag and leak — creating an opportunity for rot and deterioration along the fascia and soffits on your home.

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The Benefits of Joining a Window Cleaning Franchise
Posted on Wednesday, August 19th 2020

You have been thinking for a while now about starting your own window cleaning business. But what is the best route to go? Alone or a franchise? Studies show that franchises have a success rate of approximately 90 percent, as compared to only about 15 percent of businesses that are started from the ground up. With the eight items below, learn why a window cleaning franchise is a great option with a high success rate.

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Window Washing Tools: 6 Tools You Need for Spotless Windows
Posted on Wednesday, August 12th 2020

Cleaning windows is not an easy task. It is a big job, especially if you have a two-story home. In order to get good results, you have to have the right tools. Professional window cleaners have a lot of tools in their arsenal to get those panes perfectly clean.

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Removing Water Spots on Windows: How to Fix & Prevent Spotting
Posted on Wednesday, August 12th 2020

Water, water, everywhere, but not every drop is the same. In many areas of the country, hard water is the norm. This is simply water that has a high mineral content — mainly magnesium and calcium. This type of water is filtered and treated to make it drinkable and potable, but the softening process doesn’t remove all traces of the minerals.

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How to Start an Exterior Cleaning Business: 6 Tips for Success
Posted on Wednesday, August 12th 2020

Commercial and residential cleaning services — both interior and exterior — are good business. For instance, overall, exterior cleaning alone saw an average industry growth of 2 percent from 2015 to 2020. It can be grueling, time-consuming work for a homeowner to clean their own home exterior in between career and family obligations — and many people work multiple jobs these days. Hiring a cleaning service to handle cleaning gutters, storm windows, screens, and other outside surfaces is a big help.

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