Summer is drawing to a close, and winter is just around the corner. Now, more than ever, is the time for a thorough cleaning of your eavestroughs and windows.
Gutter cleaning and maintenance
We’re ready to clean your gutters, whatever the height and structure of your home. We have all the equipment needed to work safely at height. Our team carefully inspects every corner of your eavestroughs for debris such as dead leaves, small branches and other dirt.
We also test the watertightness of your gutters during cleaning by spraying water on them. Even the slightest leak is immediately plugged to prevent water from seeping into your home.
If your gutters are particularly close to trees, increasing the chances of dead leaves accumulating in them, we are prepared to install metal grates to prevent dead leaves from falling into the pipes. This will give you peace of mind for at least 3 years before you need to clean again.
Finally, whether you own a residential, commercial, industrial or institutional building, you can call on our services. We clean your gutters at flexible times that won’t disturb the occupants of your home or the customers of your store.
Windows play an important role in the aesthetics of your home. A nice, clean window is always pleasant to look at from the outside. But its role is also to bring maximum natural light into a room. A window covered in dirt will not perform this task optimally. That’s why at Squidgee Maintenance, we take special care in cleaning your windows. We use demineralized and deionized water to guarantee impeccable cleaning of the glass, metal and wood surfaces that make up your windows and bay windows.
We do not use chemical detergents for ecological reasons. Our cleaning system can remove any dirt, including limescale, from your windows. Whatever the height of your windows, we have the necessary equipment to carry out the work safely. We are equally at home in residential, industrial, commercial and institutional buildings.
Why clean up before winter?
Gutter cleaning is essential before winter sets in. Indeed, with dead leaves accumulating in the ducts, there’s a risk of water stagnating there. As the temperature gradually drops, this water will begin to freeze, further clogging your gutters. Water will no longer be drained properly, and infiltration may occur inside your home.
As far as windows are concerned, if you let dirt build up on your glass surfaces, frost will make them difficult to clean over the winter. That’s why it’s best to clean them before winter arrives, so you can keep your windows clean all winter long, with optimum visibility.