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).
Since 1998, the licensed technicians at Lanaville Contracting have kept outdoor surfaces such as windows, decks, and driveways looking like new. A handful of services aid in this endeavor, including pressure washing to oust dirt and grime, painting to lend a home a pleasing hue, and sealing and staining to prevent a beautiful deck from suffering water damage. These professionals focus on providing a twofold potential benefit: not only do homeowners get to enjoy a more pristine home while they've got it, but also the enhanced curb appeal could help with resale value when they want to sell it.
Led by flooring expert Bob Chylewski, the technicians at Kwik Klean pride themselves on the detail of their work, their up-to-date training, and their personal code of ethics. Technicians harness a powerful steam-extraction system that draws out up dirt and stains while leaving behind no soapy residue. Wide-faced vacuum appliances suck floodwater out of carpets, and small, handheld attachments for treating delicate upholstery. Technicians can also tackle tile and grout cleaning as well as pressure washing.
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.
Blue Sky Star, Inc grants the gift of clear views. Technicians scrub windows and screens, banishing the dirt that filters sunshine or prevents homeowners from realizing they still live above ground. The crew clean windows by the dozens, moving adroitly from first to second stories as they chase grime everywhere the wind can blow it. They also clean gutters, freeing them of debris and clutter.