10 Reasons to Clean Screens
Cleaning and conditioning window screens is important for several reasons, as it helps maintain the functionality of the screens and…
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Our conditioning agent really does the magic when applied to your cleaned screens. It shines and protects leather, vinyl, rubber, chrome, stainless steel, wood, and more. It protects against cracks, hardening, rotting, or dulling from sun, ozone, and smog. Furthermore, it creates an elegant, smooth, static-free wet-look surface that resists water, dust, dirt, and other soils. Best of all, it acts as a UV inhibitor that helps protect your screens from deterioration from the Arizona sun’s UV rays. Truly a small investment in comparison to costly screen replacement down the road.
Please refer to this helpful video to help you count window tracks.
Please refer to this graphic for instructions on how to count your window panes. A pane of glass is a piece of glass surrounded by a frame on all sides. Please count each pane separately – most windows have 1, 2, or 3 panes, but some specialty windows like garden windows can have more.
Window cleaning prices are very accurate based on the information that you provide in the estimate process, however, pricing is based on actual job information. Upon arrival for service our job price will be verified by service associates prior to start of work and may change if actual job information is different. Actual pricing will be based on actual job information. Our estimate includes a reasonable scope of work for window cleaning. Additional services outside of our standard scope of work for the service package you book or any additional requested services at the time of service, will not be included in this estimated price and would be an additional cost if mutually agreed upon.
Here are a few image examples to help you count your sun screens.
French panes have an EXTERNAL decorative cross grid pattern. Instead of having one large window pane you have multiple small window panes. Standard windows are just one blank sheet of glass but sometimes may have a decorative cross-grid pattern sandwiched in between two layers of glass. If you cannot feel the cross-grid pattern, chances are it’s a standard pane! Still not sure? Give us a call!