Nobody in Maple Valley 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 Maple Valley 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 Maple Valley 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 Maple Valley window cleaning experts have you covered.
Our professional Maple Valley 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.
Maple Valley 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 Maple Valley window cleaning company urges clients to try out the Pure Water Cleaning System technology and see the difference for themselves. Other advantages to this Maple Valley 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.
Maple Valley Tidbits
Because it is near cities like Renton, Kent, and Black Diamond, Maple Valley is primarily known as a commuter town for many people. Since the city is mainly filled with residential buildings than commercial establishments, residents who live in Maple Valley usually work in other major cities in Washington.
During the 2010 census, the total population was 22,684, but it went up to 27,114 after eight years. Maple Valley has a total land area of 6.00 square miles, and a small portion of 0.18 square miles consist of water.
The history of Maple Valley started in 1879 when three men, who were originally planning to develop a trail, came up with a settlement area instead. Because these men brought their respective families with them, this group were able to form a community. Eventually, their small town grew and they had to give it a name, and "Vine Maple Valley" and "Maple Ridge" were presented as suggestions.
Vine Maple Valley was chosen by the two-thirds who voted, but the post office had to remove the first word "Vine" because the town name was already too long. In its early years, Maple Valley relied on coal and lumber milling, and the townspeople would mine coal from Cedar Mountain.
The town experienced an inward growth, increasing its population because of the Northern Pacific Railroad and the Cedar River Watershed. Rail workers of these companies eventually become residents of the town. The more lumbers needed for their houses, the more income the town generated from milling.
By the 1910s, the town had blacksmith shops, hotels, taverns, and general stores. There was even a two-room school that was built in 1910. A bigger school was added in 1929, and it became the first school listed under the Tahoma School District. After several restoration projects, the same school still functions as an elementary school up to this day.
Aside from earning through coal and lumber, Maple Valley also tried to venture into berry farming, milk production, and rearing of domesticated animals. Because of Washington's Cedar River, fishing was also added to sources of income.
In the 1920s, resorts started to appear in Maple Valley. For instance, The Lake Wilderness, which used to be a lumber, became a resort called Gaffney's Lake Wilderness Lodge. At that time, the Gaffney's Grove only had a ballroom area, a restaurant and a roller rink. Other amenities such as rental cabins, a golf course and a bowling alley were added later on.
However, the resort closed down in 1964. Two years later, King County, Washington bought the lake property and used it as a convention center. In 2003, King County returned the property back to Maple Valley. Additionally, on March 28, 2003, the Gaffney's Lake Wilderness Lodge was listed as part of the National Register of Historic Places.
The resort may have ceased operating, but it still remains to be a celebrated part of Maple Valley. The next time you visit Maple Valley, be sure to learn about the city's history through its architecture. The 1.1-acre lakefront property is located at 22500 SE 248th Street, Maple Valley, Washington.
Would you rather wake up to bright morning sunlight or a daily reminder that you need to clean your windows…