If they're not cleaned every few days, your windows will turn black and begin emitting a high-pitched scream that makes dogs pregnant. Prevent a neighborhood outbreak of puppies with today's Groupon: for $40, you get $80 worth of window-washing treatments with Streakless Window Cleaning Services.
Streakless Window's detail-oriented crew diligently scrubs, squeegees, and sanitizes window glass to eliminate evidence of wandering fingerprints and near-sighted birds. Insured and bonded professionals report for duty with five sets of ladders, assuring that no window is out of reach, and no fire truck passes by without a sense of inadequacy. Streakless Window staffers remove sullied screens, scrubbing them with a soft bristle brush and biodegrable soaps, then let the soaking covers dry before reinstalling them ($1–$2 per screen). An external cleansing strips away smudginess and adds streak-free shines, before sills and tracks are spruced and the entire process is repeated from the inside ($3+ for window/in/out/sills/tracks). Cleaning crews can also scour sliding glass doors ($8+), french doors ($8+), and ceiling fans ($5) to eliminate sneeze-inducing dust while putting a cleansing kibosh on squeakage.
Streakless Window Cleaning Services LLC
The polishing pros at Streakless Window Cleaning Services LLC painstakingly de-grime windows and screens from the inside out. Staffers extract screens and scour both sides with soft bristle brushes and biodegradable soap before venturing outside. Then, soft-strip washers lathered up with a potent cleanser scrub smudges from exterior glass and shield windows against the elements. Employees perched atop ladders also scrape away paint splatters, bugs, and sap before wetting windows again and drying them with squeegees and towels. A parallel process unfolds inside, and before screens are replaced, technicians do a double take to ensure windows are sparkling, streak-free, and reflective enough to improve your eyelash fluttering technique. In addition, the purifying experts can evacuate built-up lint bunnies from dryer vents.