Please take a moment to read the following about how COVID-19 is affecting my business and the practical steps I am taking to make sure I keep myself, my customers and my community safe and healthy during this time.
Serving the Four Corners area with experience in all types of window cleaning; I specialize in residential, commericial and construction clean-up. Locally owned and operated. Fully insured and licensed.
I don't just clean windows. These are some of the other services I offer:
Awesome Window Cleaning isn't just my name; it's what I do. I know you expect the best results for your home or business, and I make sure to give extra attention to detail and go the extra mile so you're completely satisfied with my work. If your windows don't look awesome, I don't look awesome!
Windows dirty? Don’t forget about getting those screens cleaned. Why have clean glass and dirty screens? Did you just realize how dirty your windows are? Over time, film builds up on glass surfaces from the heat trapped in your home or building. Have company or family coming soon? Ask about discounts on interior cleaning when you schedule an exterior window cleaning service.
Know someone who needs a service I offer? Get a discount off your next service for referring a friend!
Now accepting Venmo!
Online/Over the Phone Estimates: Although it's not possible for me to give an accurate estimate without physically surveying each job in person, I am usually able to do so without entering your home or business. To help reduce traffic and exposure inside your home or office, I can give you an estimate based on an exterior examination of your property and contact you via phone call, text message or email.
Clean Hands and Disposable Gloves: Besides frequent use of hand sanitizer and thorough hand washing, it has been my practice to use gloves for quite some time, as a measure of protection for my own health, as well as yours. They also serve to keep my fingerprints off your freshly cleaned glass!
No Handshakes: As recommended by the CDC's website, noncontact methods of greeting are another way to practice good hygiene during times of high risk.
Disposable Masks: I do not want to debate the right to wear a mask. That is your personal preference. I however, will choose to wear one, when I am working inside a home or business at my discretion. Not only does it keep dirt and dust out of my face, when I am working with surfaces, that stir up debris (example: window tracks with dirt in them), but I am protecting myself from other contaminates or possible fumes, from certain chemicals, that I may come into contact with. It is also required by many companies that I work for.
Disposable Shoe Covers: I always wear shoe covers when I am working inside your home to protect your carpet and flooring from outside contaminates, such as microorganisms, mud, dog poo, etc.
Sanitization: Sanitizing lowers the number of germs on surfaces or objects to a safe level, as judged by public health standards or requirements. This process works by either cleaning or disinfecting surfaces or objects to lower the risk of spreading infection. I am taking precautions to do this with my tools and any surfaces that I come in contact with. (eg. door knobs, handles, light switches, etc.) I am using the proper chemicals to wipe down surfaces and things that I come into contact with, in order to clean and disinfect them for my safety and yours.
Electronic Payments: To reduce handling of cash and checks, I offer electronic payments through Quickbooks by way of credit card or bank ACH. It's safe and secure, and you may find it easier to pay this way. Just ask me about it, and I can send you an invoice electronically.
Evaluate, Educate And Prepare: Since things are changing on a day to day basis, I am evaluating the latest information and making decisions based on the most current situation. I am trying to stay educated on COVID-19 thru the following CDC website https://www.cdc.gov/ I am taking steps daily, to prepare to make any necessary adjustments to move forward.
Hold off: on scheduling interior work if you or anyone in your family is sick and/or has a cough or fever. ( I will do the same if I am not feeling well either)
Let me know as soon as possible, and I can get you re-scheduled at a later date.
Remember: I want to protect you and your loved ones. Since I do not have employees and am the only one that performs all of the work being done, you can be assured that I will be the only one on site at your place of business or residence.
Your Exterior Cleaning Options:
Even if now is not the right time to have anyone in your home or business, I recommend taking advantage of my exterior-only services.
Here are a few:
Power washing of patios, decks, driveways and exterior surfaces
Gutter clean out
Exterior window cleaning (Note: Keep in mind that some windows are designed so that screens only come off from the inside. I would be more than happy to remove the screens for you, but if you prefer not to have anyone inside, you can remove the screens ahead of time yourself.
Exterior light fixture cleaning and bulb replacement
While it is important to be alert to epidemics or pandemics and take reasonable precautions, it's also important to make sure our response is one based on facts rather than fear.
Promote Good Hygiene and Maintain Regular Housekeeping Practices
Wash our hands regularly, keep frequently touched surfaces clean, and avoid shaking hands with others that don't do the same.
Cooperate With Local Health Officials
Stay informed and comply with government directives.
Q: What do you charge?
A: There are a number of variables that can affect the final cost: How many windows are there? How dirty is the glass? How easy are the windows to access? I would be more than happy to stop by and get to know you. Estimates are free, and they are the best way to determine exactly what you need in order to get you the fairest price.
Q: Do you guarantee your work?
A: Absolutely! If you're not happy, I’m not happy. If for some reason I do not exceed your expectations, I only ask that you let me make it right. I’m Awesome for a reason.
Q: Do you have a rain guarantee or policy?
A: Yes. I guarantee it will probably rain around the time you want your windows cleaned. But seriously, if it looks like rain in the forecast, I will check with you before I come. I do however, offer a 24 hr rain guarantee. Just ask me about it. Remember, it's not the rain that spots the windows, but a driving rain hitting a dirty window screen. A light rain will not affect your windows. Rainwater is actually purified and unless it’s accompanied by blowing winds and dirt, your windows should stay fairly clean. Crazy as it sounds, it’s the organic materials and junk that is left on a window that causes runs and streaks.
Q: How often should I clean my windows?
A: If you own a business, it's recommended that your windows be cleaned once a month. Most homes should get a thorough interior/exterior cleaning twice a year. Additional exterior services can be scheduled bi-monthly, quarterly, or tri-annually according to your needs and preferences.
Q: What makes you different from other window cleaners?
A: I'll counter that with another question.... Where do I start? I'll try and keep it brief. I love my job! I enjoy what I do, making people happy. When they see an Awesome (Pun definitely intended) difference and get amazing results, I am thrilled. If I don't blow your socks off and your windows don't look like the glass isn't even there, then I need to re-clean it for you. Don't worry, I don't mind doing a touch up. You deserve 100% satisfaction! Lots of people think they can clean a window. I have spent years doing it and am constantly learning new techniques, and trying to go above and beyond your expectations. It's my passion and I take pride in my work. I'm meticulous about how, I clean. I'm not just trying to hurry to the next job. I believe in providing an excellent service at a fair price. Sure, there are window washers out there willing to clean your windows a 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. Do they have references and referrals? A reputable window washing company should be glad to provide them to you. How are their reviews? Let's face it, don't we all want to know, who we are dealing with? Reputation, is everything these days! (By the way, click the check the reviews button below, to see mine. Are they insured? Things happen, you need to be fully protected in case of unforseen situations. (As a side note, I'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. I own many different sizes of ladders, so I'm able to access every single window. There's more to say,.... but I think you can get the point by now.
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5308 1st Avenue, Farmington, New Mexico 87402, United States
08:00 am – 06:00 pm
Monday - Friday: 8am - 6pm
Saturday: By appointment