How To Make Your Windows Sparkle This Spring

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Now that it’s patio season, keeping the outside of your home looking beautiful is a priority. In addition to keeping your gutters clean and your deck and siding free of buildup, it’s also important to have a look at your windows. When was the last time you washed the outside of your windows? What about those higher-up, hard-to-reach windows? Chances are, you’re like most of us, and window cleaning is not always at the top of the old to-do list.

Getting out a ladder and self-cleaning those less accessible windows can be tricky, if not dangerous. Not to mention, cleaning with your regular household tap water is likely to leave streaks on the glass, and using chemical solutions may introduce contaminants into the environment.

The good news? There is a solution. At Ned Stevens, we’re proud to offer an environmentally-friendly window cleaning service to make sure your windows sparkle!

Window cleaning with normal water has mineral content (dissolved solids) that leaves a residue.
Ned Stevens professionals use a 3-stage filtration system to ensure that only pure water is used to clean your windows. Pure water is important in getting your windows totally stain-free. Normal water has mineral content that leaves a residue.

Here’s how our system works:

1. Carbon Sediment Filter – The filter works to prevent material and debris from entering the RO membrane, as well as chlorine.
2. RO Membrane – This part does all the heavy work of the purification process. It will remove up to 90 – 95% off all total dissolved solids (TDS).
3. Deionization Resin – The final step in filtration. This step is designed to bring your water to zero total dissolved solids, making it totally pure.
Not only will our system get your windows especially clean, but you can also rest assured knowing that it’s completely environmentally safe. To learn more about our pure water window cleaning and our outstanding service plans, call us today for a free quote!

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