The cold temperature winter has passed by and spring is now here! Spring cleaning and other things may come to mind when considering this season, yet another question comes mind. Have you considered the condition of your windows and what winter can do to them? The low temperatures that occur during the winter season can have a lasting effect on windows. To increase your knowledge on this topic, read the points below!
Color Altering Damage
Neglecting cleaning windows after the cold winter can have lasting damage. Build-up from the salt and other particles accumulated during the winter can modify the color of your windows if you choose to leave it for a long period of time. When this color sets, cleaning can hardly help your windows look clean. Having your windows cleaned professionally will ensure the color quality of your windows will last for a long time to come.
Harmful Particle Damage
When winter comes around, salt is expected to be spread on pathways and parking lots so no one hurts themselves on accident. During the winter, salt particles form a fine dust and spreads to windows. Other particles can get etched onto the glass such as mold, accumulated dirt and mineral stains. This may do lasting damage to the glass on windows if left alone.
Employees, clients and new visitors to your office building expect a clean area to do business in. The windows are a staple part of any building and are the first of what most people see when they enter.
Natural light is a true mood lifter in the office. Dirty, stained windows prevent the windows from doing their job of lighting up the room.
These reasons alone confirm what clean windows can impress on those who are seeing your company for the first time or are considering becoming a customer. Having a professional cleaning company clean your windows thoroughly will ensure your windows will not suffer any of the damage winter brings!