If you want to clean the windows of your home, you just need the following: a good detergent, a squeegee and a whole hour of your time. Some DIY experts have even used scrunched up newspapers and ‘voila!’ clean enough glass window panes!
This could easily be done for your business, right? WRONG!
Commercial window cleaning is one of the few things often taken for granted by many business owners, mainly because it’s an additional cost that they do not want to spend on. But here is a list of reasons why you should set aside a bit of extra cash for this:
Get Flawless Clean
Maybe you’re happy with just getting rid of dust and dirt from your windows of your home. But when you own a business, a café for instance, you’ll have finicky customers who will notice tiny little details that you may have overlooked. And they will write not-so-nice reviews about it which could, in turn, make your business suffer.
Professional window cleaners will make sure that there is nothing those too-fussy customers will babble about. Their goal, after all, is to ensure only the best results. And that’s definitely what you’ll get.
The Right Tools
Squeegees, different kinds of scrubs, ladders and the different types of cleaning solutions are just some of the basic professional equipment which expert cleaners have at their disposal. There are so many other special gadgets and equipment to be used for special window cleaning tasks. These are things which you probably don’t have right now. And these are things which you definitely don’t have to spend on when the pros are just one call away.
The right tools also refer to the knowledge and skills that pros have. Most professional window cleaners have been in the business for decades. They know exactly what to do with hard water stains and dried paint splatters other than vigorous scrubbing.
Identify and Correct Problems or Foreseeable Problems
A 10-year old window may seem serviceable to you or any untrained eye, for that matter. But the pros see the thinness of the glass, the fragility of it, the fit of the glass pane on the frame, the cracks on the sill and so much more. The pros can tell you about these problems or foreseeable problems and suggest a good solution so that you can decide on what to do. If you’re smart, you can ask them to fix it for you as soon as possible.
Don’t fret too much about spending extra on commercial window cleaning. Aside from the fact that this is best done just twice a year, you can always ask for a quote first – maybe negotiate the price even – before you have the pros do it. All in all, this is safer and more cost-effective for your business rather than DIY-ing it.