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Your Windows… Ready for SUMMER!

June 25th, 2008 | Posted by orangecountywindowcleaner in Orange County Window Cleaning | Window Cleaning Tips
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Summer is upon us!!! Sunny sky’s and hot temps have us opening up our Orange County windows to let the beautiful summer days in. 

We have certainly had some crazy weather in Southern California this year.  Now that our crazy rain season is in the past, its time to clean up those windows.  Heavy rains may have lead to an access of water spots on your windows, not to mention the splash of mud and/or debris onto the exterior of your home.  As you may well know, water spots are very difficult to remove!  Especially if they have collected on your windows without any professional cleaning for anentire rainy season.  At Sky View Orange County Window Cleaning, we use state-of-the-art techniques, products and a high grade pressure washer to rid you of those unwanted, unsightly water spots.

Another way to prepare your windows for summer is to make sure that all of your screens are in proper working order.  We can repair and re-screen your Orange County window screens and doors!  It is a great energy saving idea to open up your windows early morning and late evening to let cool air in.  In doing so, you need to make sure that your windows are free from holes so that pesky bugs are not at risk of entering your home.  Having properly installed window screens also prevents animals and children from attempting to exit through the holes.  In addition, replacing your holey screens will add to the curb appeal of your home!

We at Sky View hope you have a great summer and look forward to helping you get your Orange County windows Summer-ready! Contact us at (949) 235-1552 for a quote or to book an appointment. 

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