If they're not cleaned every few days, your windows will turn black and gutters will begin emitting a high-pitched scream that makes dogs pregnant. Prevent a neighborhood outbreak of puppies with today's Groupon: for $49, you get professional cleaning services for either 25 exterior windows or 100 lineal feet of gutter cleaning—about two stories of a house—from Noonshine Window Cleaning Service (up to a $100 value). Today's deal is valid for one- or two-story homes in Johnson, Wyandotte, Clay, Platte, and Jackson counties.
Wielding its own formula of environmentally friendly glass cleaner, Noonshine destroys the grime that stops light from lingering on the other side of windowpanes. The company was recently featured on ABC's Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, showcasing its extreme dedication to pristine exteriors. Have this staff of noteworthy cleaners sluice outside apertures until they shine enough to blind the sun. Or opt for gutter cleaning; the gunk-busting crew will safely and efficiently scoop out leaves, tree detritus, and Lego helmets that, if unscooped, will collect leaves, snow, and maple helicopters filled with shipments of delicious, drain-clogging syrup.
Though Noonshine Window Cleaning Service sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Noonshine Window Cleaning Service
Recently featured on the popular ABC television show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Noonshine Window Cleaning Service employs an army of creative squeegee assassins that have perfected the domestic art of window cleaning and other home maintenance services. With the secret Noonshine window-cleaning solution holstered, workers treat panes to a 10-step process that makes for streak-free glass imbued with magical rain-resistant properties. The company ethos insists upon respect for customers and their property. Standard Noonshine courtesies include confirmation phone calls the day before an appointment, punctual arrival, and tips on avoiding awkward eye contact with sparrows that often nest on second-story sills so they can steal WiFi.