What to Look for When Hiring Window Washers

Sonlight Window Cleaning Would you like to hire window washers for your home or business? Do you know your windows are dirty but you’re not sure what to do about it or how to fix it? At Sonlight Window Cleaning, we take pride in being some of Denver’s favorite window cleaners. If you are looking to hire somebody to clean your windows, here are a few things that you should look for.

First, you want to find Denver window washers who have experience. There can be a lot of turnover in this business, so it’s important to find someone who’s been in business for at least a few years. This gives them the level of experience to know how to get your windows perfectly clean and streak-free, how to do odd or unusual jobs, and how to deal with any problems that come up.

Speaking of odd jobs, you may want to ask your window washers specifically about anything that’s unusual about the windows in your home before you have them wash them. If you have high windows, you will want to make sure that the window cleaners will have access. Some window cleaners will also do other things with their tall ladders, especially if you don’t have one. Ask them about changing light bulbs, cleaning off ceiling fans, or even cleaning chandeliers. They may be willing to add these services to your window washing.

You will want to find window cleaners who come with recommendations. In fact, you may start with a recommendation. Ask around before you hire any window washers. Your friends and neighbors may have used a company that they loved or one that they hated! Either way, you will have a little bit of direction in your search for the best window washer for you. Before you hire any window washers, though, ask them for references. These should be people who have used their services who you can call to find out what they were like to work.

Your window washers should have a valid business license, general liability insurance, and Workers Compensation insurance as well. The Workers Compensation insurance protects their employees in case they are injured on the job. The liability insurance should protect you! If someone happens to get hurt while working on your house, you don’t want to end up being the one paying their medical bills.

Finally, try to meet any window washers you hire before you bring them to your house to do the job. If you don’t like them, don’t work with them. Even if someone gives you the best offer or the lowest bid, it won’t be pleasant to work with them if you don’t like them.
We hope that you find the very best window washers for your project! We would be happy to offer you a bid for cleaning your residential windows or the windows at your business, too. Most window washers take a lot of pride in their work, so finding them, hiring them and working with them should not be difficult!