Nobody in Burien 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 Burien 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 Burien 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 Burien window cleaning experts have you covered.
Our professional Burien 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.
Burien 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 Burien window cleaning company urges clients to try out the Pure Water Cleaning System technology and see the difference for themselves. Other advantages to this Burien 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.
Situated south of Seattle is a city called Burien. It is considered a residential community in the western King County. The geographic neighbors are: Seattle, Tukwila, SeaTac, Normandy Park, and a few unincorporated areas such as White Center and Boulevard Park.
According to the US Census Bureau, the total area that Burien occupies is 13.23 square miles, and 7.42 square miles are made up of land. The other 5.81 square miles are purely water. A high ratio of water is not surprising since there is a state-owned body of water found within Burien. On the city's western shore lies the state-owned Lake Burien.
On April 1, 2010, the US Census Bureau reported that the population of the city was 33,313. This is 49.7% higher than its population since Burien's incorporation in 1993. Because of an annexation project in 2010, Burien's population grew even further. By July 1, 2018, there were about 51,908 people estimated to be living in Burien.
Originally, in 1858, George Ouellet landed on Port Madison on Bainbridge Island, near the Kitsap Peninsula. However, the city's history dates back to 1864, and during this time, George Ouellet bought his first property from the federal land office.
After three years, he got married and had a family on his ranch in the Burien area. In spite of the success of his estate, a few years later, George Ouellet and his family relocated to the White River Valley, which is near Auburn.
As for the city's name, there was a local legend saying that Mike Kelly, an early settler of the place, was credited for Burien's first name after saying, "This is truly a sunny dale." Up to this day, long-time residents of the city still call Burien as Sunnydale.
In 1884, Gottlieb Burian and his wife Emma, who owned saloons in Seattle, arrived in Sunnydale. Back then, the community was still small and there were no paved roads. People can only access Sunnydale mainly through a footpath or a walking trail.
Still, Burian persisted and constructed his own cabin on the southeast portion of Lake Burien, and eventually, he was able to build a tight-knit community. The town carried the misspelled version of Burian's name, and when new residents flocked the new town, everyone just continued calling it Burien.
In 1915, the Highland Park and Lake Burien Railway, which went from Everett to Tacoma, was completed. The route of the railway passed through Seattle's White Center then on to Burien's Ambaum Boulevard, and it will end on the north of "Kirks Feedstore." This railway system had only one passenger car and it would frequently malfunction because the carriage would also carry freight goods.
Today, the Ambaum Boulevard is still one of the busiest parts of the city. In fact, the "Olde Burien", which on the western portion of the boulevard, contains a variety of shops and other unique souvenirs only found in Burien. If you visit SW 152nd Street in Olde Burien, there would be a wide array of restaurants that would display the diverse interests of its residents.
Would you rather wake up to bright morning sunlight or a daily reminder that you need to clean your windows…