Spring Cleaning the Exterior of Your Home

The arrival of spring is the best time of the year to refresh not only the interior of the house, but also the exterior. Even you may not realize, your well-being also depends on the aspect of our home, so here are a few spring cleaning operations that you should put on your check list.

Washing the windows

Windows are the elements that best reflect how much cleaning the exterior of your home needs. After a season when they withstood snow storms and frost-thaw cycles, the windows no longer shine as they used to, when you have cleaned them last time. With dirty windows, you will not be able to fully enjoy the benefits of natural light.

Washing the walls and the siding

If you think only interior walls are subject to risk factors such as moisture and mold formation, think again! Exterior walls and siding are not immune either, and besides, they are also exposed to large variations in temperature and weather phenomena. They should be cleaned using a garden hose and pressured water and, if necessary, persistent dirt can be removed in advance, using a brush and some mild detergent.

Cleaning the roof

Interstate Roofing

Hire a professional roofer from Interstate Roofing to perform an inspection and some spring maintenance operations, including roof cleaning, which has an aesthetic and functional role.

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