Window Cleaning Seattle

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Why You Should Consider Hiring a Window Cleaning Company

Your grimy and dirty windows are a serious drain to your homes morale. You may consider doing the job yourself if you possessive the right equipment. If you don’t, the question in your mind is who to hire and what price should you pay. Pristine Window and Gutter Services, a window cleaning company in Seattle, Washington offers extremely competitive pricing on its window cleaning services.

Number of Windows


Up to 35


Up to 60


Up to 90



PWNG has [3] window cleaning professionals with over 30 years of combined experience. There is a method to any project you undertake. Owning the right tools of the trade is the most important first step when taking on any household task. The standard tools of a window cleaner consist of:

  • [5] Standard sized ladders: 6’, 8’, 24’, 28’ and 32’ feet.
  •  A window cleaner’s belt:  A specially designed tool belt capable of holding squeegee and wet mops while working at dangerous heights in excess of 20 feet off the ground.
  • Leg Levers: these fit on your standard ladders and allow quick leveling on uneven surfaces. A serious safety concern for window cleaning professionals,  is uneven landscapes where a ladder can tip over.
  • Surgical towels: These are the best towels for window cleaning.
  • Glass Gleam 4: a window cleaning chemical that leaves windows streak free.

The decision on whether you would like to invest upwards of $2000 dollars on the right equipment, for window cleaning in Seattle, is your choice.  There are serious safety concerns in not owning the right equipment for any job. When dealing with heights, safety is a paramount concern to think about. Not having the right equipment is frustrating and a serious hazard. Whether you decide to do-it-yourself or your thinking about hiring a pro, proper training and equipment is the very first step when dealing with heights.




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