Commercial Window Cleaning Prices
Due to the complexity of commercial window cleaning jobs, specific building and glass characteristics a free On-Site estimate must be scheduled. Please call us at (425)743-1262 and our customer service representatives will be glad to schedule your On-Site estimate at your earliest convenience.
Residential Window Cleaning Prices
There are 3 tiers of window cleaning prices: Initial cleaning, regular cleaning and post-construction cleaning. All prices reflect the time spent for the job.
WE BELIEVE PRICE SHOULD REFLECT THE VALUE.
Is Window Cleaning Expensive?
Working with heights is certainly dangerous. Window cleaning as an occupation is and has always been highly undervalued. Ever thought about how your electrician, HVAC specialist, auto mechanic, or even a plumber is earning more than your window cleaner, although the window cleaner risks his life day in and day out on every window?
Think about it!
The following factors are reflected by the cost of window cleaning in Seattle:
Accessibility: The fewer items we need to move from our way to get to your window – the less time we will spend on the job. As a result – you’ll pay less.
How the windows open and operate: Safety equipment. If a window requires a window washer to use special safety equipment it will cost more as a reflection of the extra time spent for use of such equipment. Very often bargain price means that window washer will not use safety equipment in order to save time and take a risk.
Multiple pane/ French style windows take more time to clean and hence, cost higher.
How dirty is the glass? Single wash or double wash may be required for maximum results. If the windows weren’t cleaned for a few years, it might be necessary to double wash them in order to make them 100% spotless. If a glass scraper needs to be used to remove paint, tape, glue, or other debris from the glass, it will also take extra time to clean and will result in extra cost.
Obstacles: If A/C units, storm windows, city quiet windows, stoppers, child gates, painted shut windows, etc. come in the way and need to be removed/ taken care of, the extra cost will reflect the extra time and effort that is put in.
Cost of labor: The more the qualified workforce – higher the price. Attracting, training, and keeping the best talents always came at a higher cost. This is particularly true for today’s day and age when construction is booming and it is hard to recruit young people who are ready to dedicate themselves to something long-term.
Cost of insurance: Due to the extremely risky nature of a window cleaning business, the cost of insurance coverage for window cleaning operations in the State of Washington has skyrocketed over the last decade. Nowadays, obtaining proper insurance coverage has become expensive. Small companies comprising up to 20 people cannot afford proper coverage due to budgetary constraints; therefore, they settle for Janitorial insurance. These companies can provide a Certificate of Insurance (COI) with Janitorial insurance, although the policy provides NO coverage for window cleaning operations on high-rise buildings!
We accept all kinds of payments, including cash!