Nobody in Black Diamond enjoys cleaning their windows. Most homeowners simply do not have enough time to take care of every chore around the home but cleaning windows presents a unique challenge, especially if you live in a multi-story home. If this sounds familiar, contact the Black Diamond window cleaning experts at Rainier Window & Gutter Cleaning today.
Home windows should be cleaned every few months. While everyone knows that dirty windows look awful, few homeowners realize that dirty windows have reduced efficiency and a shorter lifespan.
We can customize our Black Diamond window cleaning services according to your unique needs, which is a great way to save money. You may only want us to clean external window surfaces, or tackle both the interior and exterior. Either way, our Black Diamond window cleaning experts have you covered.
Our professional Black Diamond window cleaning technicians will wash, scrape, and wipe every pane and even take good care of the frame and sill. Everything on your window will be removed, including:
● Dust, cobwebs, and bugs
● Water stains
● Paint splotches
To learn more about our window cleaning services or schedule an appointment, contact us today.
Black Diamond Window Cleaning - Information about our Pure Water Cleaning System
While many window cleaners use ordinary tap water, purified water is far more efficient and will make your windows virtually invisible. While tap water contains minerals that adhere to the glass and leave streaks, purified water actually absorbs dirt, contains no minerals, and leaves windows spotless.
Our Black Diamond window cleaning company urges clients to try out the Pure Water Cleaning System technology and see the difference for themselves. Other advantages to this Black Diamond window cleaning technology includes:
● Safety - We don’t need to use lifts or ladders to reach high-level windows, significantly reducing the risk of accidents.
● Environmentally friendly - No soaps or chemicals means your window cleaning job is perfectly safe for the environment.
● Cleaner glass - See the world through the cleanest windows you will ever experience.
● Convenience - There is minimal impact to you and your family with this process because minimal equipment is required.
Contact our window cleaning company today for more information about the Pure Water Cleaning System.
Black Diamond Tidbits
Black Diamond is a city located in King County, Washington. The city is considered a regional center of the eastern portion of Puget Sound and of the west-central area of Washington. The city occupies a total land area of 7.19 square miles: the 6.55 square miles is made up of land while the 0.64 square miles is water as stated by the United States Census Bureau.
As of 2018, the town's total population was 4,477. Since 2010, Black Diamond experienced a population increase of 7.5%. The population density was 689.5 inhabitants per square mile. At an average density of 279.9 per square mile, there were about 1,685 housing units in town. As for the city's ancestry, 16.8% of the residents were of German blood, 13.2% Irish, 8.5% English, and 7.4% Norwegian descent.
Back in the 1880s, the Black Diamond Coal Mining Company of California cultivated the city as a rural coal mining area. The said company also owned and operated the mine. The earliest residents of the town were mostly former workers of the company's prior coal mining operation situated in Nortonville, California that initially sold coal to the newly established city of San Francisco, California. It was during the discovery and economical transport of higher-quality Washington coal to San Francisco that brought demise upon the Nortonville mines.
By the early 1900s, approximately 3,500 people considered Black Diamond, Washington as their newfound home. Many of these people were immigrants from Europe and most of the men took part in producing coal. Through the Pacific Coast Coal train, the mined coal was then transported to Seattle. The workers were originally affiliated with the United Mine Workers of America until they had left altogether to join the Industrial Workers of the World in March 1911.
As coal mines were no longer viable after 1918, the town shut down its mining operations. However, the Morris brothers then promoted a second mining boom in Black Diamond, Washington by strengthening collaborative mining operations through the Palmer Coking Coal Company. The town continued mining until recently through the Pacific Coast Coal Company, ensuring the strong potential of future mining operations in Black Diamond.
The town's train station, which served the Columbia & Puget Sound Railway 1884-1916 and the Pacific Coast Railway 1916-1951, ended its regular passenger service in 1925. However, trains still brought men to the mine until 1931 and continued to haul coal and freight into the 1940s. The former train station then became the main building of the Black Diamond Historical Museum.
On February 19, 1959, Black Diamond became a town and its population growth was due to the people who are working in Seattle, Bellevue, and other key cities in the Seattle Metropolitan Area.
A few popular landmarks within Black Diamond are: a) Black Diamond Cemetery, which was built back in 1880 at the Cemetery Hill Road, b) Black Diamond Miners' Cabin, located at 4311 Morgan Street, and c) Luigi & Aurora Pagani House over at 32901 Merino Street. Currently, Black Diamond has its fair share of notable residents. The city has been the home of celebrities, such as folk singer Brandi Carlile and star athlete Edo Vanni.
Would you rather wake up to bright morning sunlight or a daily reminder that you need to clean your windows…