Become a Better Window Washer,
Or Just Hire one.

 A window washer does the job that nobody else wants to do.

Window cleaning is one of those things that people hate doing. And I can understand that...

The way you learned how to clean windows, was tedious and gave mediocre results.

Using towels or newspaper and caustic "window cleaners" is tiring work that never seems to come out perfectly. There are always streaks, water spots, or lint left behind.

It doesn't have to be that way.

Washing windows can be very rewarding.

With the right window cleaning tools and a little bit of practice...

Streak free windows and crystal clear glass make your home or business a brighter place with clear views.

Do the windows in your home still give you a clear view of the beautiful yard you created, or the stunning vista that made you move there in the first place?

When a customer walks into, or out of, your business, are they greeted with a bright shiny glass facade, or a dingy view that gives a distorted image of your business?

Is it necessary to hire a window washer to keep your windows sparkling clean?

Heck no, almost anyone can learn the basics of window cleaning.

Once glass is clean, regular maintenance is a minor chore.

With a little effort and some window cleaning tips, many windows can be brought back to their original luster.

Glass that has actually been etched by chemicals, or lightly scratched can sometimes be fixed by removing and polishing the surface of the glass, but that is best left to professionals.

Whether you are looking to become a more able window washer yourself, or looking to hire a professional to do your window cleaning we're here to help.

We are currently only maintaining commercial and residential windows in beautiful Chico, California but we're working to make the world a brighter place one window at a time.

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14 Day Rain Guarantee
If it rains within 14 days of your window cleaning appointment, we will happily schedule to come out and re-clean the exterior of any windows that were dirtied by the weather.