I believe in providing an excellent service at a fair price. There may be other window washers willing to clean your windows at cut-rate or cheaper prices. But are they providing the same professional services?
Here are some things to look for, and to ask when choosing a window washer:
- Will they open each window and clean your sills and tracks? (Most window washers never open the windows)
- Do they actually scrub your screens instead of just wiping them off? It makes no sense to have clean glass and dirty screens.
- Do they look professional and are they in company uniforms? If they’re not willing to invest in looking professional, then they’re in this for the short term.
- Ask for plenty of references along with phone numbers. A reputable window washing company should be glad to provide them to you.
- Are they insured? Things happen. You need to be fully protected in case of unforeseen situations.
- Do they use poles or ladders? You can’t wash a window (and do a great job) from a distance using a pole. With different size ladders, I’ll be able to access every single window.
It’s best to give me a call for a written estimate, so you’ll know exactly what it would cost to clean the windows at your home, but we’ve outlined some general pricing information below.
- Standard Double-Hung Windows-In/out/sills/tracks
- $8.00 per window
- $1.00 to $3.00 per screen
- From $8.00
Sliding Glass Doors-In/out/tracks
- Transoms (Panes of glass over doors and windows)-In/out
- $2.00 to $4.00 per transom
- From $8.00 per door
- $5.00 per fan
Ceiling Fans-Blades cleaned/Base cleaned and oiled
The first time you employ my window washing and cleaning service, it is recommended that you have your windows professionally cleaned both inside and outside, but if you prefer, I will do only the outside with or without the screens. I strive to accommodate each and every single person with the ultimate goal of gaining another satisfied customer.