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Your Windows: Are They Ready for Winter?

November 8th, 2008 | Posted by orangecountywindowcleaner in Orange County Window Cleaning
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Most of the leaves have fallen from their respective trees and the nights have been cooling off for some time now.  As the daytime hours continue to grow cooler each day we are reminded kindly by nature that winter is looming just around the corner.

Though Orange County has seen both it’s fair share of temperate and extreme winters, the winter seasons always brings with it morning and evening chills that don’t disappear until the sun comes up or we’ve had a chance to turn on our heaters.  Winter also brings with it rains, morning dews, and in extreme cases sleet and hail.  Regardless of the type of downpour or liquid that winter carries with it, one thing is certain.  All of these can result in dirty windows and buildings, be them homes or places of business.  Rain water is easily kicked up by passing vehicles, and water hitting loose dirt and dust around a building can result in splatter and eventually dry mud and dirt caked onto windows and walls.

In addition to keeping windows and buildings clean having doors, windows, and screens checked for small holes can help keep common pests out of your home during the winter months.  Bugs and rodents of all types are much like us in that they prefer a warm place to reside in complete with a good healthy food supply.  Skyview Window Cleaning can help you repair and replace bad window screens and small holes so that you can keep heat in and pests out.

If you want to keep your building looking clean and pest free throughout the winter contact us today to book an appointment!

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