Window Cleaners Working Safely On The Inside

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Sometimes window cleaners find it more difficult and dangerous to work inside than outside. With our use of long-reaching water fed poles, we have eliminated most difficult and awkward ladder setups. Special poles outfitted with a pure water delivery system have made this possible. Obviously the same method cannot be used inside a building. The fact is that there can be very hard-to-reach windows inside as well.  When screens or mullions need to be removed, a ladder or some type of lift will still need to be used. When this is […]

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Window Cleaning in Scranton

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Although my window cleaning company is based in Honesdale I do plenty of work in Scranton. Some of the work I get is due to advertising. Also much is by word of mouth- fine testimony from satisfied customers. As I work all over Lackawanna County I find Scranton to be a unique community. Many of the buildings are old with tall floors, but seem in pretty solid condition. Most people are very friendly. A real treat to me is when I’m working high up in the hills and get a spectacular view of […]

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Pressure Washing in Honesdale

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The weather seems to finally be in a warming trend in the Honesdale area. Now we’re seeing what ‘mark’ a long hard winter has left on houses and buildings in the area. And for many of us, we’re now seeing again the need to clean up a bit. Pressure washing is one of the very best, cost-effective ways to brighten things up around your property. When combined with other exterior maintenance such as gutter cleaning and window cleaning, it produces a transformation to what you forgot you had- a beautiful […]

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Roof snow removal In the Poconos

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Roof snow removal is probably something you’d research only when an emergency arises. Winter in the Poconos of Pennsylvania often brings heavy snow. It falls not only on your yard, but on your roofs! Typically due to the relatively moist climate, it falls somewhat wet or soon absorbs ambient moisture from the air. This, in turn, puts more weight on your roof structure. Normally, this will not be a problem as roofs are built to handle fairly heavy loads, but when a very large amount of snow (and weight with […]

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Window Cleaning in the Dead of Winter?

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Here in northern Pennsylvania, a typical winter doesn’t yield too many days with several consecutive hours of above-freezing temperatures. That makes it a bit more difficult in general to clean windows. Is it necessary to put off getting your home windows cleaned when it’s winter? I’ve never done a real study on airborne dirt in different seasons, but I’m confident that winter carries it’s share of surface contaminants, what with the wind and the impurities, minimal as they may be, in snow falling from the sky. Interestingly, with the sun […]

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