Nobody in Kent 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 Kent 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 Kent 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 Kent window cleaning experts have you covered.
Our professional Kent 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.
Kent 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 Kent window cleaning company urges clients to try out the Pure Water Cleaning System technology and see the difference for themselves. Other advantages to this Kent 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.
Being the 6th biggest in Washington, Kent is at the center of the Seattle metropolitan area. It is a community found in the King County, and it is located near key cities of Washington. For instance, Seattle is only 19 miles away and Tacoma is 7 miles away from Kent. To make things more convenient for commuters, Kent is linked to Seattle and Tacoma through freeways, town streets, Sounder commuter rail, and the Link light rail, which will be operational in 2024.
According to the US Census Bureau, Kent's population was 92,411 residents in 2010. On July 1, 2018, the number of resident increased to around 129,618, bringing in 11,000 people because population growth and 26,000 people from annexation.
Because of Kent's diverse population, it is commonly referred as a majority-minority city. The city is separated into 3 distinct portions: West Hill, East Hill, and the Valley. The West Hill is a combination of residential and commercial establishments while the East Hill is more of a residential area with a few retail stores. Then, there's the Valley, which mainly for industrial and commercial purposes.
It was during the 1820s when the first European Americans came to the Kent area, and stay near the riverbank of the White River. In 1835, Samuel Russell, who was the first documented resident, claim a portion of the land that is now the site of Downtown Kent. Soon after, other people followed and decided to put up houses near Russell's settlement area.
The area was called "White River" and the residents later called it "Titusville", which is a nod to one of the town's earliest settler James Henry Titus. Up to this day, Titus is still honored in Kent. The "Titusville Station" is a prominent sign if you head to Gowe Street.
When the post office was constructed in 1861, the town name was still White River. By 1870, the town had a population of 277 residents. During this time, the source of income was mainly thanks to grain crops. Every year, the top crops would be wheat, barley, oats, and many others. The farmers also discover the potential for hops production. Due to high demand, hops from Titusville were exported to other European cities.
By 1889, Titusville was renamed to Kent, which comes from a region in England known for hops production called County of Kent. Two years after, the booming hops industry went down due to aphids. On May 28, 1890, Kent officially became a city, and it had a total of 793 residents. Next to Seattle, Kent was the second city in King County to be incorporated.
The new century meant new opportunities for Kent, and the city ventured dairy farming as their livelihood. In fact, Kent became the location of the production plants of the famous condensed milk brand Carnation. Elbridge Amos Stuart, creator of Carnation milk, together with a business partner established the Pacific Coast Condensed Milk Company in Kent.
Aside from dairy, Kent was also known being the "Lettuce Capital of the World." Tech companies also started to flourish in the city. Boeing had a base in Kent, and along with other aerospace companies.
Would you rather wake up to bright morning sunlight or a daily reminder that you need to clean your windows…