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Best Window Washing Services in Fresno

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2017 North Gateway Boulevard, Fresno, CA 93727 Rating

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5.0 (12)
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Why choose this provider?

Crown Window Cleaning & Building Services, Inc., is a locally owned business that has been serving commercial and residential clients in Fresno since 1973. It offers a wide array of services, including interior and exterior window cleaning, high dusting, pressure washing, screen dry brushing and wet washing, and web and water stain removal. It also provides bird deterrents and high light bulb replacements. Crown Window Cleaning & Building Services is a member of the International Window Cleaning Association and the Scaffold & Access Industry Association.

Fresno, CA 93710 Rating

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5.0 (4)

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Crystal Clear Window Cleaning has been serving the Fresno area since 1984. Its team handles commercial and residential clients needing cleaning services for their simple and multi-panel windows. The company also cleans window tracks of small businesses, three-story mansions, and large office buildings to remove dirt, fingerprints, dog slobber, and bug spots. Crystal Clear Window Cleaning founder, Ken, is a former elementary school teacher who specializes in cleaning solar panels, window screens, light fixtures, mirrors, rain gutters, and ceiling fans.

Fresno, CA Rating

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5.0 (4)

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Central Valley Pressure Washing is a property maintenance and cleaning company serving the residents of Fresno. It offers residential pressure washing services for windows or screens, rain gutters, fences or patio decks, walkways, and driveways. The business also specializes in delivering commercial cleaning solutions for storefronts, warehouses, parking lots, and dumpster areas. In addition, its staff is trained and equipped with specialized tools to clean the windows of skylights and high-rise buildings.


  • Introduction

    Washing windows is a chore that many would rather leave to the professionals. This is particularly true for windows that are located on a home's second story, as well as those that are even higher up on apartment buildings and high rises. Professional window washers have the right tools and equipment to leave windows shiny and streak-free, as well as to protect themselves against wind gusts and potential falls.

  • How do you start a window-washing business? 

    If you're interested in starting a window-washing business, you need to make several decisions prior to advertising your services. This includes determining whether you'd like to serve commercial or residential clients, obtaining a business license and business insurance, and stocking up on cleaning supplies and safety equipment.

  • How much should window washing cost? 

    According to HomeGuide, residential window washers charge per pane, while commercial window washers charge per square foot. Residential window washing costs between $4 and $8 per pane, and the average cost of commercial window washing ranges from $150 to $250 for weekly cleaning of 1,000 square feet or less.

  • What is the best window washing solution? 

    The best solution often depends on how dirty windows are. While most windows can be cleaned with soapy water and a squeegee, sometimes stronger solutions are required to remove thick layers of dirt or grease that have been on the windows for an extended time.

  • What is the best homemade window washing solution? 

    For streak-free windows, the best homemade solution can be made with common household products. Mix 1/4 cup of white vinegar, 1/2 teaspoon of liquid dish soap, and two cups of water in a spray bottle. Apply the solution liberally on your windows and then remove it with a squeegee or microfiber cloth.

  • Can you use a pool pole for window washing? 

    Rather than a pool pole, it's better to use an extendable cleaning pole to wash exterior windows. Many window cleaning poles come with interchangeable sponges or pads so you can apply a cleaning solution and scrub the glass. These poles often come with squeegee attachments to remove excess cleaning fluid.

  • Can you put window blinds in the washing machine? 

    While Venetian blinds should be washed by hand with soapy water, it's possible to wash woven fabric blinds in the washing machine. When doing this, blinds should be rolled up and placed inside a pillowcase or laundry bag and washed in cold water on the machine's delicate setting.