How do you clean my windows?

At precision care services we use a combination of two methods.  First we use the traditional brush and squeegee techniques inside to clean the windows.  We wipe down the sills and dust off the screens. Outside we use de-ionized water fed pole systems to wash the windows, frames and sills. 

Do you “pressure wash” my windows? 

No, the water fed pole system’s pressure is less than the pressure of a garden hose. 

Do you “Pressure Wash” houses?

No: we use a method called “downstreaming”.  This method uses low power to coat your home in detergents which remove mold, algae, mildew and dirt.  You home is then rinsed from all the detergents. High power streams are only used to project the soap and water to heights over 25 feet.  At this height this prevents water from getting behind the siding. 

What do I need to do to have my home ready for window cleaning service?

Ensure at least one external water source is on and working.  Please move any furniture which blocks the windows.  If you have drapes or curtains which you are highly concerned about, please remove them in advance.

Ensure all pets are caged or put in a contained area (We love dogs and cats but we also have a time table to work on) for our safety and theirs. 

An adult of 18 years or older MUST be present. 

What must I do to be ready for power washing? 

Ensure all vehicles are at least 25 feet from the house to prevent any overspray from landing on them.  Ensure all water supplies are on and working outside of the house. 

Please make certain all pet waste withing 30 feet of the house is picked up and all deck and patios must be cleared of tables, chairs etc. 

Pets must remain inside for the duration of the cleaning and should remain out of the yard for at least one hour after completing the wash so that the detergents can soak into the ground or dissipate into the air.

Is roof washing included in a house wash?

No, what is included is all siding, soffits and fascia boards along with the exterior of the gutters.

Policies and Procedures (in PDF)