The fewer clouds in the sky, the more sunlight reaches the planet’s surface—Bright Horizons Window Cleaning's technicians shoo away the metaphorical clouds on windows by using an environmentally friendly cleaning solution that also keeps the planet’s atmosphere sparkly clean. Their services range from washing commercial buildings' vast windows to polishing chandeliers, piece by piece, with chamois leather. They also wash screens with soap and water, clean gutters by hand, and wash storm windows to remove trapped bits of thunder or lightning.
Cleaning Service Maids has kept spaces in Philadelphia and its surrounding neighborhoods spotless since 1995. In that time, the company has established an unbending loyalty to both its customers and safe cleaning products—meaning, it doesn’t use harmful chemicals or flamethrowers to eliminate grime. In fact, Cleaning Service Maids takes its commitment to safe products one step further by utilizing microfiber cloths and mops, which remove dust, dirt, and germs without help from unnecessary cleaning supplies.
If there are two things the cleaning crew at Rosemont Cleaning Service knows for sure, it's that a party sub makes a terrible broom and that the foundation of a good customer relationship is trust. That's why, before conducting any of their residential or commercial housekeeping, window-cleaning, or pressure-washing services, the cleaners assess jobs and give customers a free estimate. This often overlooked step helps them tailor services to each client's specific needs while avoiding any potential sticker shock after jobs are done.
When the owners of City Avenue Cleaning Service were kids, chores always came before fun, and this discipline helped them learn how to keep a house spotless. Now backed by 17 years in the cleaning business, they oversee a team that will polish houses and offices with no-streak cloths and their own cleaning solutions. On cleaning day, a team of trained techs helmed by a watchful supervisor heads to the client’s location, where they wipe down kitchens, sponge bathrooms, and mop floors before backing their work with a guarantee. They’ll gently tuck linens into beds and wash walls covered with scuffs, crayon marks, or mysterious hieroglyphics.
When they aren't doing regular cleanups, the team helps rescue homes sullied by flood and fire damage.
To say that Renewal by Andersen has high standards for its window installers might be an understatement. For the chance to even apply for the position, an installer must have replaced at least 5,000 windows. And when this prospective technician is considered for employment, there's still only a one in three chance he or she will even be hired. Once they finally make the cut, that lucky third of installers are EPA certified in lead safety, and they refresh their skills with another 40 training hours each year.
When homeowners put out their broken-or-ugly-window distress signal, the technicians respond with a varied selection of window and door options. They do so swiftly—each Andersen crew averages 1,000 replacements per year. And the installers' meticulous nature and attention to detail don't end when they pop in that final pane. After they've replaced the window, they clean up with an industrial vacuum estimated to be 47% more efficient than a typical home vac. Only when a homeowner goes through a 10-point inspection checklist with the team leader, and signs off on the cleanup, does Andersen consider its job done.