Are Your Myrtle Beach Windows Oxidized?
Have you ever noticed a gray or dull haze on the exterior of your windows that will not clean up no matter how much you or your window cleaning contractor scrubs?
Not to be confused with hard water deposits, aluminum oxidation or "screen burn" is usually found on windows with an aluminum mesh screen attached to the outside. Over time this aluminum deteriorates. Exposure to the elements causes oxidation to occur on the glass obstructing your view and making cleaning very difficult.
By using the most effective cleaning agents and combining them with the proper techniques, we'll have your windows looking like new in no time at all. Our process will remove all aluminum oxidation from the exterior of your windows - guaranteed!
After this treatment, we recommend replacing your aluminum mesh screens with a fiberglass (vinyl) material that will eliminate the need for this service in the future.
Another option for some is to remove the screens from your windows altogether. For those who rarely open their windows, this is the most cost effective way of eliminating future problems.
If for any reason we are unable to completely clear your glass of aluminum oxidation, there will be no charge for this service.