Window Genie’s scum-busters arrive to each job in a clearly marked chariot armed with the necessary equipment to tackle exterior household dust and decay. Pane pamperers kick off a window cleaning for homes up to two stories by scraping off tree sap, bird droppings, and other hard-to-clean debris with a specially designed blade that moonlights as a shiv stunt double in prison movies. Then, they’ll suds up sills to wipe away dust and accumulated grime, and they'll scrub soiled screens for an extra fee ($1 each). An exterior-only clean endows fixed-plate windows ($2.75 each), double-hung windows ($4.50 each), and triple-track storm windows ($12 each) with enough sparkle to make diamond-encrusted neighbors jealous. Or, homeowners can opt for an interior-exterior cleaning, and careful cleaners will shed shoes before entering abodes to avoid leaving footprints on carpet ($5–$18/window).
Dingy carpets, grimy kitchens, and dryer ducts clogged with lint: the many arms of Chicagoland Cleaners can restore them all to sparkling-clean purity. With a focus on using advanced equipment and eco-friendly products wherever possible, the cleaners create peaceful, pristine environments inside and outside homes. Interior housecleaning services are as diverse as regular maid service and deep cleaning, including hardwood-floor waxing in preparation for sock-sliding relays. The crew purges air-duct systems with HEPA dustless technology, which safely removes debris and spores without releasing byproducts into the surrounding area. High-powered pressure is also available for washing homes’ exteriors or purging driveways, patios, and walls of caked-on dirt and modernist avian art.
Above the Rest Window & Gutter Cleaning owner Sean Ward oversees a team of experienced and insured cleaners as they wipe down window panes and clear out clogged gutters. Window washers leave behind glass surfaces free from streaks or ghost handprints as they wipe clean indoor and outdoor surfaces, allowing businesses and homes to put their best face forward. Gutter technicians climb fa?ades to flush out leaves and debris from rooftop irrigation systems to prevent expensive water damage in the future.
All year, leaves and other debris float and settle into gutters, becoming a soggy mass that eventually impedes rainwater's flow. Responsible Gutters takes on the vital task of unclogging these troughs, freeing gutters from the tyranny of leafbergs.
The experienced cleaning crew at Appolo Window Washing spruces up the windows of more than 3,000 residences per year. With that much practice, the team has the process down to a science. The team members slough off deposits and minerals with blades before soaping and then swiping their squeegees across glass, leaving a streak-free shine. The team also looks after carpets by wearing protective booties inside homes and protects siding from scratches by fitting its ladders with protective pads.