It might not sound like such an important task, but keeping your gutters free of any dirt or debris should always be included in your roof cleaning routine. Clogged gutters can lead to problems in various areas of your home including stained siding, sagging ceilings, water penetration, and even basement flooding.
Getting rid of the dust and dirt in your home is satisfying and should always be part of your routine home care. Just like gutter cleaning or window washing, however, there is a right and a wrong way to do it. The fastest and most efficient method is to use a power washer but this requires special care.
Cleaning can be therapeutic unless the object you’re cleaning is difficult, in which case it can actually be stressful. For example, dried-up paint is so hard to remove, in fact, that roof cleaning is easier. However, you’ve seen shops paint their windows for the holidays and then remove them later so you know paint removal is not impossible.
There’s a prevalent misconception in window cleaning that a surprising number of homeowners believe is true: rainwater makes for dirtier windows. This idea was born from the ugly white streaks rainwater leaves on window panes. However, there’s a different reason behind these water stains and knowing the true cause can help you keep your windows clean in the future.
Sprucing up your home is a hard task to undertake, especially if you have a limited budget for the job. While some affordable options include hiring a roof cleaning professional or washing the siding, there are other cost-effective options to beautify your home aside from these two. … Continue Reading