How to Maintain and Clean Your Windows for Optimal Performance

Being a homeowner means you must do plenty of work to maintain the condition of your home. It’s not just about dusting, vacuuming, and cleaning the surfaces on the interior, either—your home’s exterior needs just as much cleaning as any other part of your home.

However, your windows deserve extra special attention. Homeowners should make it part of their routine maintenance to keep them working optimally. Weber Windows is here to help you understand how to clean and maintain your windows.

Regular Maintenance is Essential!

Maintaining your windows is vital to ensure they last longer than average windows. Clean windows can improve your home's energy efficiency thanks to more natural light and better insulation. Well-maintained windows can also create a better environment for your home with improved air quality and fewer dust and allergens. Simply stated, a clean window works optimally!

Cleaning and Maintaining Your Windows

Luckily, routine window maintenance is easy and only requires tools like washing fluid, a garden hose, a scrub brush, and a few hours on the weekend.

To start, thoroughly inspect your windows to ensure that they can close properly and do not cause heat loss through leaks or lack of sealing. You may need to use the handy caulk gun to seal your windows. Check each windowpane for cracks or other issues, too.

Once complete, wipe down your windows to remove any possible dust, spider webs, or pollen accumulation. Get ready for the fun part by grabbing your garden hose and spraying each window with water.

With each window saturated, use your scrub brush to apply a soapy lather on each window until you achieve the desired result. From there, rinse each window and allow them to dry. It’s easy!

Keep It Clean with Weber Windows

Weber Windows can help with any of your window needs, including window installation! If you’re in the market for replacement windows or repair work from a reputable window company, contact us today! We look forward to helping you soon.