Timing may not be everything, but it’s certainly a key element to getting projects done right.
This is especially true for window and eavestrough cleaning at your home or cottage. There should be a pre-winter cleaning in the late fall and a spring cleaning, which can be done as soon as the snow starts melting, explains Jonathan Barnard of Dreamview Muskoka.
Keeping the eaves clear of leaves and debris in both the autumn and spring is essential to preventing clogging, which could lead to damaged eaves and leakage around the foundation.
“Scheduling the spring and fall cleaning is part of proper maintenance,” says Jonathan. Many customers are booking now for spring and fall 2024. “We’ll ensure your windows look great, your eaves are clear and working, and we can also provide pressure washing services for siding and decks.”
The Dreamview team will have the exterior of your building looking in tip top shape ahead of the summer.
“Book us in early so that’s one less thing to worry about and you can focus on other important tasks,” says Simone Barnard, Dreamview Muskoka’s lead for customer service and administration and Jonathan’s spouse.
It’s also a good idea to book summer cleanings well in advance, particularly if you have special events planned, or just to keep your property looking its best all season. If you’re having construction done, a thorough cleaning will remove the inevitable dust and dirt.
Of course, you can still arrange interior window cleaning over the winter. It’s a great way to make sure those windows are looking their best for upcoming celebrations during the Christmas and holiday season.
Though maintaining their small, local business stature, Dreamview Muskoka has added a few staff members and expanded to two crews to best service their clients’ needs.
Focusing on every part of a window, including the screens, they have built a reputation for treating each property as if it was their own.
“Let us take the stress off your plate and free up time to enjoy your day,” says Jonathan. “Regularly cleaning interior and exterior windows and screens keeps everything looking amazing.
TEXT CHRIS OCCHIUZZI | PHOTOS ANDREW FEARMAN