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August 8, 2013
What You'll Get
Having clean windows lets you view the simple pleasures of your neighborhood, such as people walking their dogs or the milkman milking a cow in broad daylight with no shame. Take it all in with this Groupon.
- $75 for $150 Worth of Window Cleaning and Gutter Cleaning
This deal can be used toward any window-cleaning service. It can cover interior and exterior cleaning of either 14 sets of double-hung windows on the first floor or 12 sets of double-hung windows on the second floor. During cleanings, techs remove all screens and wipe them down, along with tracks and sills, before knocking down cobwebs and cleaning windowpanes. Customers can also apply this deal to other services, such as gutter cleaning, power washing, and restoration of areas affected by hard-water stains.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 360 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per household. Appointment required. Valid only for residential cleaning services. Valid only for listed services areas. Not valid on storm windows or cut outs. Please call office for coverage area questions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fish Window Cleaning
Mike Merrick launched Fish Window Cleaning 36 years ago after leaving his secure job as a banker to launch his own business. He founded Fish Window Cleaning in 1978, soon assembling a staff of uniformed and punctual technicians and, 16 years ago, establishing a network of franchises in 42 states.
Longtime Danbury residents Bob and Lisa Tilzer own Fish’s Danbury location, managing a skilled window-cleaning team that specializes in both homes and businesses. Their fully insured techs draft free estimates and craft custom service plans for customers, and the company also offers a menu of services that includes cleaning mirrors and gutters, replacing the lights on chandeliers, and making awnings spotless after slapstick comedians use them to exit buildings.