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  • 1.Best Window Cleaning


    25.77 mi

  • 2.Best Service Window Cleaning


    3.26 mi

  • 3.Best Service Co

    6200 Gulfton St


    8.58 mi

  • 4.Heaven's Best Carpet Cleaning

    621 Richey St


    10.05 miServices

  • 5.Heaven's Best Carpet Cleaning

    Po Box 7436


    25.91 miServices

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By: Eric R.
Crystal Clear Window Cleaning
As a subcontractor of this company, I've worked with Nick for about a year. I can say that the relationship quickly took a turn for the worst as his payments reflected ponzi scheme methods. He would pay for a 1 or 2 projects then request work done on other projects that went above and beyond the amount that he paid us until finally we are now owed over $20k and no payment in sight. I've confirmed from his own customers that he has been paid for most of the work we've done on these projects yet we've not been paid by him. His excuse being that he's waiting on a "big" check from another job that never seems to come in. His customers have all voiced extreme frustration and anger regarding their relationship with him. DO NOT DO WORK WITH HIM.
By: penniebarker
Better Window Tint
Highly professional, excellent prices, windows look magnificent and my electric bills have been reduced tremendously.
By: tony227
Windows Xpress
These guys were great, this was the first time my windows had a high quality cleaning for the same low price of squeegee cleaning. They scrap all the paint spots and sticky things off my windows, cleaned all the rails and cleaned my windows to a super shine. They told me they are the only company that does wax on glass and its a better shine and finish than squeegee and last much longer. I promise them to write this review for the great offer they gave me on my home makeover. They power washed my house and driveway, cleaned my windows, cleaned my gutters and my roof. Now my hose looks like new but specially my old windows were rejuvenated with that super clean look.
Tips & Advices
The type and shape of windows impact the cost of window cleaning. The least expensive windows to clean are smaller windows, such as hopper windows, awning windows, single-hung windows, double-hung windows, and casement windows. Larger windows, such as double-casement windows and sliding windows, tend to be more costly to clean.
When choosing a window cleaning company, it's important to ask if the company is insured, since liability and worker's compensation insurance can protect you from financial liability if there is an accident on the job. You should also also if employees undergo criminal background checks and drug testing, since this can help shield you from theft.
Most window cleaning services will brighten the look of your property's windows by cleaning each window's interior and exterior, and they will scrub the glass to make sure buildup from tree sap, bird droppings, and mulch spore is thoroughly removed. Many will also clear insects and fungus infestations from your windows at no extra cost.
To care for windows between cleanings, regularly inspect the window's sill or track, and use a vacuum to remove soil and debris if an excessive amount of buildup is observed. Help your windows to drain properly by using a small bottle brush to regularly remove debris from your window's weep holes.
When cleaning tinted windows, it's important to steer clear of using window cleaners that contain ammonia. With constant use, ammonia can cause your tinted windows to turn purple, and it can weaken the film that is responsible for your window's tint. Ammonia is found in common window cleaners, such as Windex, so you'll need to read labels carefully when making a purchase.

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