Our Quality Window Cleaning Services
Quality, professional, efficient, reliable, Hawaii window cleaning services for your residential and/or commercial window cleaning needs:
Cleaning Hawaii's Elements
What are the elements that we battle with?
It's Hawaii's weather and the environment. Weather is beyond what anyone can control other than have no windows at all, installing some type of window covers, or more easily, have us clean it.
When you need to clean the windows on a hi-rise building or even at your house, you need to make sure to use the right window washing techniques. You need to be very careful when handling the tools and use the right techniques to clean certain windows.
Having dirty windows may reflect the appeal of your business or even your home. That's why we are here!
The Hawaii Elements that we clean up
The main elements here in Hawaii that makes your windows dirty are sea salt, red dirt, rain, dust.
The ocean breeze carry moist and salty air. Because of this, it causes salt buildup right through the exterior window of your home. When this is left unattended, the salt leaves a white residue on your window.
The salt grows in crystalline form right through the glass and will leave white spots. Heavy scrubbing is required to take it off completely. A frequent and general cleaning helps reduce the severity of the salty buildup on your windows.
Hawaii was formed volcanically and red dirt is derived from the volcanic magma and iron oxides.
With Hawaii's trade winds, there is no way to escape the attack of red dirt onto your windows. But we'll take care of it.
Rain is a usual element that makes windows dirty and even more so when that rain is mixed with Hawaii's red dirt. Talk about dirty.
Dust from Lawn Care
Dust from lawn care plus the wind is another element that makes our windows dirty. Particles and debris accumulate on your windows and give them a dull look over time.
These are some of the elements that we battle here in Hawaii and there's no escaping it. For a quality window cleaning service, you may call us at (808) 745-1630.