Rain & Pollen
So, you're tired of looking at those dirty windows (since you can't see through them), but you are afraid that the pollen or rainy season is coming & will just dirty them again. Waiting just a few more months won't make a difference...or will it? Not only will you not have a bright & beautiful view to enjoy while you wait, but the longer your windows stay dirty, the more likely they are to become etched, scratched, or permanently stained by dirt, mold, sprinkler water, pool water, etc, thus, costing you more for your cleaning & possibly causing irreparable damage!
The bad new is...it rains year-round in many places, not just during the rainy season. Also, there is no "pollen season". Pollen also falls year-round in the Pacific Northwest, the type of pollen just varies from month to month. We do understand wanting to get the most out of your money, but if you try to schedule around the pollen and the rain, window cleaning will probably stay on the "to do" list for a long time.
The good news is...YOU DON"T HAVE TO WAIT to get your windows cleaned! We use a 5 step process that makes your windows as clean and smooth as possible. At Champagne Reflections we use a bio-friendly product that bonds with the glass and repels rain and pollen! Our average house stays clean for 4-6 months!* Window Manufacturers recommend at least 2 exterior window cleanings per year to help prevent etching, scratching, and staining, so dealing with the rain and/or pollen is inevitable, but with Champagne Reflections you will get more for your money!
Besides the headache and costs involved in not maintaining your windows, dirty windows look ugly and limit the amount sunlight coming into your home. After all, your windows are your portals to the outside world. They invite nature into your home, bringing in loads of sunshine, fresh air and the natural scents of the great outdoors. When well kept and clean, windows add a touch of tasteful elegance to your home, creating a pleasant and hospitable atmosphere.
*4-6 months is the average for a home not located near high construction, heavy vegetation, or located directly on the water.