Generally, we charge $5 per window and $2 for screens.
(Note: With screens we clean the tracks and sills)
Here are window samples that can be used as a rough estimate pricing guide.
Here is how to count windows.
(Number underneath window's name represents window count)
*Divided light windows or French Windows with non-removable grids are an
additional cost depending on the style
(Picture or oversized windows with or without grids are subject to
general we do not charge for ladder work on the first 2 stories.
will assess ladder work per job for window height that exceeds a traditional
2 story building or normal degree of difficulty.
Some customers elect to do the inside of the windows themselves. If
that�s the case, we charge 60% of the estimate to do the outside and the
screens. Our recommendation would be to get the windows done professionally
inside and out the first time. We will then come back and clean just the
outside in 6 months for half price, following that up six months later with
our complete inside/outside job again. That�s what the majority of our
Final Notes�Our estimate will match the invoice price unless there is glass
inside the house that we do not figure in the estimate because we cannot see
it from the outside, or if you ask us to do additional work.
Use the calculator below to get an
"approximate" estimate of what your project would cost. Then
to contact us and set up an appointment. Quotes presented below are
We believe in providing an excellent service at a
fair price. Sure there are window washers out there willing to clean
your windows at cut-rate, cheap prices. There are a lot of
part-timers in this business-so be careful because after all, you
generally get what you pay for.
Here are some things to look for,
and to ask when choosing a window cleaning service:
Will they open each window and clean your sills and tracks? (Most
window washers never open the windows)
Do they actually scrub your screens instead of just wiping them
off? It makes no sense to have clean glass and dirty screens.
Do they look professional and are they in company uniforms? If
they're not willing to invest in looking professional, then
they're in this for the short term. Unfortunately, there are a lot
of part-timers in the window washing business.
Ask for plenty of references along with phone numbers. A reputable
window washing company should be glad to provide them to you.
Click here for my latest references.
Are they insured and bonded? Things happen. You need to be fully
protected in case of unforeseen situations. (As a side note, we've
never had a claim)
Do they use poles or ladders? You can't wash a window (and do a
great job) from a distance using a pole. We own many different
size ladders, so we'll be able to access every single window.
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