NJ Window Cleaning With A Squeegee

New Jersey Window Washing
Serving Monmouth and Ocean County Since 2006

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Excessive dirt and grim
: Levels of debris are not calculated into your online estimate. If you've neglected the cleaning and maintenance of your windows there might be a charge for excessive amounts of debris. Homes that have an abnormal amount of dirt and grim in the window tracks will be cleaned to the best of our ability. In cases where homes are surrounded by heavily wooded areas or windows have been neglected for years might have this issue. Of course we will discus this issue with you before moving forward with a cleaning.

Old home poured glass:
Many old homes have poured glass. This type of glass is easy to recognize as it's not flat. You will often see bubbles, wavy areas and in some cases drips of glass. These windows can not be cleaned with professional tools, they must be cleaned by hand with a cloth. These windows must be priced by an on site estimate.

Construction debris removal
: Our pricing does not include removal of paint overspray, stucco, plaster, etc. This type of cleaning is considered a post construction cleaning.

Hard water stain removal
: Hard water stains form on windows that are exposed to over-spray from lawn irrigation systems. Mineral deposits in the water collect on the glass and appear as a hazy white or sometimes yellow film or spots. If neglected, hard water stains are not easily removed. These spots can be removed by our technician using our chemical application service, eliminating the risk of expensive window replacement. In some cases the staining can be so extreme no process other then window replacement will repair a hard water stained window.
A window cleaning service must be purchased for this process.
This cannot be purchased as a stand alone service. Must be scheduled for another appointment unless time permits the additional cleaning.

Sprinkler Stain:
This stain is caused by a sprinkler system placed to close to the glass. The spray is directed in such a way that it hits the glass on a regular basis. These stains can also be developed from winds that blow the water on the glass over a period of time. Calcium, salts or magnesium from the local water system cause most sprinkler stains.

Condensation stain
: This stain is caused by water collecting under the first few inches of a window frame along the top. The sun does not evaporate the morning dew fast enough and over time this can cause a stain. This stain can also be caused by broken window seals. In cases where the seal is broken the window can not be cleaned to a spotless shine. In this case, window replacement is your only option.

Building Run-off Stain,
The minerals present in building materials such as limestone, Portland cement, brick or other materials leaching on to the glass surface after rains cause this stain.

Chemical Stain:
This stain is caused by chemical residue from certain cleaning solutions left to dry on the surface causing a reaction from the chemical upon application. Insufficient rinsing from power washing is notorious for leaving this type of stain which appears as a haze over the majority of the glass surface.

Salt Water Burn:
This stain is caused from living on or near the ocean. Rain does not "fly" the same way as inland rain. Rain, close to the ocean can often fly sideways due to winds having no natural barriers. This rain is mixed with salt from the ocean, is blown through the screen or directly landing on the glass. Over the next few days the sun will bake the salt directly on to the surface of the glass. No amount of cleaning will remove this stain. There's no guarantee the chemical cleaning process will clear the glass. This damage is similar to screen burn but in many cases worse because it also contains screen burn mixed with the salt burn.

Screen Burn:
Some windows have what is known as "screen burn" which can appear as anything from small water spots to a heavy gray or rust-colored haze on the outside of the glass. This occurs as a result of rain water passing through the screen and depositing oxidized metal onto the glass. These deposits do not wash or scrape off, and a special treatment must be used to restore the glass to its original shine.

The lack of a regular maintenance program allows minerals and chemicals to etch or build up on the glass surface and if left untreated will cause permanent damage. The cost of removal can be substantial, although it is much less than the cost of replacement. Many times it is not possible to discover the full extent of damage or determine the price of removal until a Standard Cleaning is performed and viewed by the customer and window cleaning technician. We will inspect the project with you to confirm the stains and perform tests in areas agreed upon, to determine to what extent the stains can be removed. The cost of the testing is free.

Some examples of staining.
Stained Glass