The following is a guide to pricing your own window cleaning using a pane count.
It is not necessarily the exact dollar amount.

Our current pricing structure includes more than a basic cleaning, which differs from our offerings in the past. The prices listed below will include a basic cleaning of screens that appear to be dirty. This usually done with a dry brush, or damp cloth to remove dust. If a basic cleaning is not enough, we will charge a nominal fee for each screen that needs a deeper cleaning, such as with a hose and soapy brush. Track cleaning will will be included if they are already maintained and in good shape. If any/all tracks need an overhaul, then there will be an additional charge if the customer requests the extra work.

Minor restoration is included in the price. If the windows haven’t been done in a while, we won’t charge for the extra labor to get them clean. This includes dirt and debris that can be removed with a light buffing.

Major restoration is not included. Examples are post construction or remodel cleaning, or if paint needs to be removed because the painter didn’t protect the windows properly. It also does not include other difficult problems like hard water removal, or heavy amounts of tree sap on glass.

Current Prices [as of October 2022]

ItemInside and outOutside only
Regular panes$9.00$6.00
Plastic Skylights$20.00$12.00
Sky-panes$9.00 & up$6.00 & up
French panes$2.50$1.65

Large panes may count as double (sometimes triple).
Skylights divided inside or out may cost extra.
Removable “Pella” panes and storm windows cost extra.
We charge more for 3-story ladder work.
We charge more if there are inserts (grids, mullions) that need to be removed.

Mirrors cost $3.00 & up

Chandeliers usually cost between $20.00 and $30.00. They can get up to $60.00, and we don’t clean all kinds. NO CRYSTAL.

Screens are cleaned as needed in the prices outlined above. If a thorough scrubbing with soapy water with a hose rinse is necessary, that costs $4.00 additional.

Ceiling Fans cost between $15.00 and $30.00. (We can’t always reach them.)

Gutter cleaning prices depend on how much debris there is, how the roof is configured, how high the gutters are, and how many gutters there are. Small to normal sized houses usually cost around $200. Large houses should expect a cost in the $200-300 range.  We normally do a “soft clean”. This means we scoop the debris out by hand or with a pole. Then we put it in your yard-waste-bin or compost pile. If neither of those is available we disperse it into un-landscaped areas of your yard (i.e. natural growth areas or bushes). If the conditions are right, we may elect to use a leaf blower to blow out the gutters. We guarantee our work, so if you have overflow problems after your gutter cleaning, just let us know. If you’re interested in getting the face of your gutters cleaned, give us a call, and we’ll talk about it.

For anything else, or if you have any questions , please contact us.