The problem of global warming has encouraged numerous people to begin doubling their efforts to save the planet. Regrettably, many people believe that going green is costly and takes a lot of time. In this article, we will talk about a few things that you could begin doing today to begin living a greener life.
But for anyone looking for the lowdown on how to get their home windows to look their best, here is a short how-to including some simple tricks of the trade.
Approve a long term lease (10 years or longer) only when the tenant’s financial strength is solid. Otherwise, it may be better to reduce the lease to 3-5 years.
Car pool each time you can and cut down your lawn less frequently to save even more fuel. A lovely lawn is nice but skipping an extra week before you mow once again shouldn’t significantly affect it. If you’re a loyal fan of green living, try to obtain a mechanical push lawn mower. You should be able to find one in your local hardware shop.
When you go to clean your windows, try cleaning in the early morning or late afternoon to avoid the midday sun. The hot sun is going to make your job harder in more ways than one. Not only will it wear you out faster but it will make cleaning the windows difficult too. As the sun heats up the windows glass surface, the water is going to dry faster than you can clean it.
Don’t get me wrong, after 10 years in the window cleaning business, I still use the “blue juice” from time to time, but usually on the inside of my truck windows that are curved and don’t allow for a squeegee, and on the bathroom mirror when I am too lazy to walk out and grab my window tools.
Reliability – When you along with a customer agree to work time, be on time. Elementary and I shouldn’t have even to mention it, but unfortunately I accomplish. And if you’re working late, call the customer. No one likes to attend. So it’s a smart way to make the wrong impression when you’re late. Do it too often times and you’ll see your customer base start dwindling.
Check the sky again and take all the equipment you’ve used, turn the water off, and start on the inside, but leave the bucket and drippy sponge outside and use the spray instead.