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Window Hard Water Spots, shower doors also

How to remove hard water spots from windows and shower doors

Are you tired of looking through a cloud of water spots on your windows and shower doors? There are several methods and tools that will help prevent and eliminate unsightly water spots

Four Simple prevention tips

1.     Adjust sprinkler systems to avoid overspray on to your windows.

2.     Never hose down your windows. Dust and dirt on your windows will turn in to invisible mud. When the water dries, it will form a hard water stain. The next time you hose down your windows there will be a small etched water spot that will collect additional mineral deposits. Water spots form like moguls on a ski hill.

3.     Wash your windows before the next rain. Many people wait to wash their windows after the rain season. The best way to prevent hard water stains is to have your windows cleaned before the next rain. This gets the minerals off and allows the next rain to dry spot free through the winter.

4.     Use a squeegee on shower d…

When do I clean my Roof Gutters?

How Do I Know When to Clean My Roof Gutters???

Three signs that your roof gutters need cleaning

If you are like most people you have been enjoying the clear skies of a late winter. Now that we have had our first strong rain you may have noticed that your gutters are not working as they should.


1.       Do you have water spilling over the rim of the gutter?

2.       Do you notice erosion below your gutters and down spouts?       

3.       Is water running down the outside of your downspouts?

Five reasons to clean your Roof gutters before the next rain.

Most of these symptoms are an easy fix. Failure to correct clogged gutters and downspouts can cause substantial damage to your home and landscape.

1.       Standing water in your gutters will cause rust do erode the metal and joints.

2.       The consistent weight of a full gutter will add stress to the roof and gutter attachment.

3.       Gutters full with water will cause water to come in contact with the wood beneath the shingles.…