Cleaning your windows can be frustrating and challenging work, especially if you run into problems because you don’t have the first clue what to do. From washing your windows on a sunny day to using the wrong cloths, says MSN, you can do a lot of damage to your windows. Best to hire a residential window cleaning service to take care of all that instead.
Here are a few hiring mistakes you’d want to avoid at all costs:
Not asking about the team
Be sure the company will not outsource the job. If they do, that could mean lower service quality. One way to avoid this is to ask about the team beforehand. Confirm whether they have an in-house team or not.
Not checking their experience
Glass is expensive. If you have treated glass in your home, you’ll want to ask the cleaner if they have experience working with the glass or not. That will help ensure you get the best results possible.
Not testing small areas
If you want to be sure there’s no damage to your windows, ask the cleaners to test a small area of the window before they proceed on with the cleaning. That’s one way to ease your mind. If everything goes great, then you can breathe easier, knowing you won’t have to worry your windows might end up with scratches or unsightly marks.
Not asking about the equipment
Do they bring their own? They should, along with their tools and cleaning solutions. Ask if they have the equipment to take care of high glass windows as well before you take them on.
Not asking about extras
Ask if there are any extra services they provide, like cleaning glass walls or doors. You might want to talk it out with the cleaning company when you make your appointment.
Be wise about the residential window cleaning service you choose. Steer clear of these hiring mistakes to make sure you hire the right one.