Frequency of Service

Remember, the investment to your windows is second only to your roof in terms of replacement costs.  Proper care including a scheduled maintenance program will maximize the service life of your windows and many happy years of enjoyment.

How often should I have my windows cleaned to protect the glass from degradation?

  • At a minimum for residential customers, we recommend professionally clean your exterior glass when dirt, organic residue, and/or hard water staining appear-typically every 6 to 12 months.
  • Professionally clean your interior glass at least once every 12 months.
  • At a minimum for commercial customers, we recommend professionally clean your exterior glass once every 3 months. (High traffic areas monthly).
  • Professionally clean your interior commercial glass at least once every 6 months.

ClearPro offers customized maintenance programs to meet every customer’s needs and budget.

A Brief Scientific Explanation of Why We Recommend this Schedule

Want your windows and doors to LOOK GREAT and LAST A LONG TIME?

  • No problem!  Just keep your interior and exterior glass CLEAN.
  • Professionally clean your glass whenever dirt, organic residue, and/or hard water staining appears.

Why is it important to keep your glass clean?

  • At the microscopic level, glass is actually a very porous material that exhibits ‘honeycomb’ like patterns on the surface.
  • Left un-cleaned for extended periods of time, the pores in the honeycomb surface attract organic and inorganic contaminants which react chemically with the glass, firmly bonding to its surface.
  • Constant radian energy from the Sun and the high ambient temperatures found in our arid desert climate accelerate this natural corrosion process.

What does damaged glass look like?

  • New glass is bright and sparkling, easy to see through and easy to clean and keep clean.
  • If not regularly cleaned, glass easily becomes stained and discolored, difficult to see through and difficult to clean and keep clean.  The surface of the glass also possesses hydrophilic properties and is over time subjected to a corrosion process that will make its surface rougher and therefore its damage greater, in some cases irreversibly.

Why can’t I just rinse off the glass with my garden hose?

  • Never rinse off glass with tap water without towel drying the glass.
  • Fix or move landscape irrigation systems to prevent them from repeatedly hitting any glass.

Have any questions?

  • Call us.  We will be glad to be of assistance.