How Can I Prevent Hard Water Staining From Returning

The best way to prevent hard water staining from returning or occurring in the first place is to NEVER clean your windows with a hose or let the sprinklers hit the windows. If this tap water is left to dry on your windows it will slowly start to build up and create hard water [...]

By |2019-04-04T04:01:38+00:00May 17th, 2019|NEXT LEVEL Window Cleaning, Q and A|Comments Off on How Can I Prevent Hard Water Staining From Returning

How Much Does It Cost To Remove Hard Water Stains?

The cost for removing water stains depends on how bad they are. We’ve categorized water stains into 3 levels *see blog 'what is hard water staining'. Our technicians will attempt to remove stains from one window and then see what’s involved. We will show you a before and after so you can decide if [...]

By |2019-04-04T03:49:56+00:00May 15th, 2019|NEXT LEVEL Window Cleaning, Q and A|Comments Off on How Much Does It Cost To Remove Hard Water Stains?

How Long Does It Take To Clean My Windows?

Having company over and wondering how long it will take for our technicians to complete the window cleaning? In general our crews work in teams of 2. This is for safety and efficiency. Without rushing or cutting corners, we work as efficiently as possible. We try to be as non-intrusive as possible. How long [...]

By |2019-04-04T03:46:46+00:00May 12th, 2019|NEXT LEVEL Window Cleaning, Q and A|Comments Off on How Long Does It Take To Clean My Windows?

Can Windows Be Cleaned In The Rain

The short answer is YES. But let us tell you why. Rain water when tested actually reads at 0TDS. What does that mean? TDS stands for total dissolved solids. It represents how many minerals or particles the water contains. We use a TDS meter to measure water purity. For instance the water that comes [...]

By |2019-04-04T03:45:08+00:00May 9th, 2019|NEXT LEVEL Window Cleaning, Q and A|Comments Off on Can Windows Be Cleaned In The Rain

I Have Broken Seals On My Windows What Can I Do To Fix It?

With the hot Kelowna summers, broken seals are quite common, especially on the south and west side of the home where the sun beats down all day. Here’s a picture of a broken seal. A broken seal generally looks like the window has fogged up and has condensation in between the panes. Sometimes you [...]

By |2019-04-04T03:43:42+00:00May 6th, 2019|NEXT LEVEL Window Cleaning, Q and A|Comments Off on I Have Broken Seals On My Windows What Can I Do To Fix It?

What Is Hard Water Staining?

Hard water stains are caused when the water from your taps or sprinklers is left on the windows to dry. Once evaporated the tiny mineral particles leave spots on the glass that harden and turn to while scales. How To Remove It? At Live Next Level we have 3 categories for water stains. Level [...]

By |2019-04-04T03:38:51+00:00May 2nd, 2019|NEXT LEVEL Window Cleaning, Q and A|Comments Off on What Is Hard Water Staining?

What’s The Difference Between Basic And Deep Track Cleaning

Basic track cleaning : our technicians are going to open your window and take a micro fiber rag to the tracks and give them a quick wipe out with soapy water. The method is really quick and great value for the price. Deep track cleaning: our technicians are going to spend more time on [...]

By |2019-04-04T03:36:57+00:00April 30th, 2019|NEXT LEVEL Window Cleaning, Q and A|Comments Off on What’s The Difference Between Basic And Deep Track Cleaning

What Is The Water Fed Pole And How Does It Work

The water fed pole is a method of window cleaning that is getting more and more popular here in the Okanagan area. The idea gained traction in Europe due to the fact that the safety laws for ladders were a lot more strict, and window cleaners were forced to innovate in order to get [...]

By |2019-04-04T03:33:23+00:00April 27th, 2019|NEXT LEVEL Window Cleaning, Q and A|Comments Off on What Is The Water Fed Pole And How Does It Work

What Do You Use To Clean My Windows?

The most popular methods for cleaning windows... over the years there has been lots of talk about the best way to clean windows. Ammonia, newspaper, vinegar, dish soap, purified water? Maybe you have heard some of these methods. At Next Level we primarily use the two methods listed below. 1.) Traditional Method - this [...]

By |2019-04-04T03:18:41+00:00April 25th, 2019|NEXT LEVEL Window Cleaning, Q and A|Comments Off on What Do You Use To Clean My Windows?

How Often Should I Get My Windows Cleaned

This is more of a personal question depending on your budget and your standards, but we will discuss a few factors, and what the majority of our customers do. To start, with residential windows cleaning especially, we recommend at least having your windows cleaned once annually. If you wait longer than that, not only [...]

By |2019-04-04T03:16:00+00:00April 23rd, 2019|NEXT LEVEL Window Cleaning, Q and A|Comments Off on How Often Should I Get My Windows Cleaned