Dirty windows cause nasty neighborhood gossip, uncertainty over who is stealing your yard gnomes, and overconfident doors. Prevent household drama with today's Groupon: for $40, you get $80 worth of residential window, gutter, and chandelier cleaning from Fish Window Cleaning. The pricing for every house varies.
For 32 years, the friendly crew at Fish Window Cleaning has meticulously cleaned windowpanes and pained windows throughout the St. Louis area and beyond. A uniformed professional will spontaneously manifest at your home to rid your windows of grime caused by dust and pollen. When sparkling the interior side of windows, each cleaner will treat your home furnishings and fixtures with respect. Fish's professionals will de-clutter your gutters ($125 average), clean windows inside and out ($4 average per pane of glass), and shine chandeliers ($60 average) until your home hums the rubber ducky song in the tone of hygienic satisfaction.
St. Louis-based Fish Window Cleaning is now the largest window cleaning company in the United States, with over 220 locations. The business has been recognized by Entrepreneur Magazine as number 182 in the Franchise 500 and has been named to Franchise Business Review's 2010 Franchise Satisfaction Awards list. The company has an active social media following, with more than 1,000 Facebook fans and an active Twitter account and You Tube channel. Hundreds of thousands of customers have entrusted Fish Window Cleaning to make their windows, gutters, and dignity look shiny and new.
New clients only.
Fish Window Cleaning won several awards, including being named to Franchise Business Review's 2010 Franchise Satisfaction Awards list. It was also featured in the Globe-Democrat and is a Better Business Bureau TORCH Award Winner:
- Fish Window Cleaning Company has reeled in several top franchising honors, including ranking No. 182 on Entrepreneur Magazine’s 2010 Franchise 500 List and scoring No. 1 in its category. This is the 10th consecutive year the company has been on the list. – Sheri Gassaway, Globe-Democrat