We guarantee that your window cleaning will exceed your expectations. If for any reason it doesn’t, call us back within 48 hours and we’ll redo it! No questions asked.
With your residential window cleaning you’re protected for up to 3 days following your service! If it rains in the days following your window cleaning service, and you call in that time period, we will return and touch up your affected windows for FREE!
Lottery Window Cleaning happily provides premium window cleaning services in La Jolla, Carmel Valley, Del Mar, Rancho Sante Fe, and our entire beautiful region north of San Diego.
Window Cleaning has such a remarkable effect on everyone. Over and over customers say out-loud how beautiful their windows look. That is the magic that drives us at Lottery Window Cleaning. We call it a dedication to giving you “Window Happiness.”
Our mission is to treat each customer with professional, friendly support – the kind of support we would like for ourselves!
Wow! Blake is top notch! On time, professional & our windows look amazing. They have never been so clean, but with Blake’s enthusiasm & true commitment to doing the job thoroughly, the results were well above expectations. We will have him back periodically to keep these windows looking squeaky clean! Thumbs up Blake, excellent in every way.
Amazing job by a very trustworthy and nice guy!
I would highly recommend him and will do so to all of my neighbors.
Blake was so easy to work with and he did a fantastic job on all our windows inside and out! I will definitely be calling him next time!
Blake did a great job working on multiple homes in our gated community. He was well priced, hard working & passionate about his job!!!
Lottery Window Cleaning’s FAQs
Answer: This will always depend on the size of your house. Most homes should take about 1-2 hours for a professional window washing crew of two to wash all the windows and screens. Larger houses might need an extra hour or two.
To give you a ballpark estimate, we would say the average home of 2,400sf would take 2-3 hours for full service cleanings. We have cleaned several home that are 10,000sf and larger, these you should plan on taking most of the day.
-Information provided to us from Professional Window Cleaning.
Answer: We typically recommend window cleaning for home at twice per year. Typically in the spring and then in the fall is a good rule if you want to keep your home looking it’s best!
Every six months, we recommend you contact a professional to deep-clean your windows. This will remove the buildup of dirt and leaves that accumulate over the course of the year. And, as we always say, “A clean house is a happy house!”
-This great information was provided to us from Louis at Squeaky Services Window Cleaning!
You should clean your windows to improve the appearance of the outside, help reduce the amount of dust or pollen that enters inside through open windows or broken screens. You can also save on cooling costs in summer and heating costs in winter by closing unused parts of your window. Check this out If you want to learn more about the benefits of residential window cleaning.
Thanks to Tropical HCS for providing this information!
When you’re looking to hire a window cleaning company, first you’ll want to find out whether they have all their appropriate licenses. You also want to make sure that there are no complaints listed against them on any site–there’s nothing worse than hiring someone who turned out to be a scam artist. Always ask for references, and if possible, talk with them before making any decision–there are lots of window cleaning scams that prey on people through this medium, but these scams will come up again in other places as well. Be sure your contract is completely clear about what is being agreed upon!
Special thanks to Madison Window cleaning for sharing their insight about the topic. You can learn more about them here: https://madisonwindowcleaning.com/
Window washing cost can range from $50-$200 depending on the size of the home.
A general rule is 3 quotes max, and always get a written estimate with prices that are different for each window type–a low-end quote might only include residential sash windows but omit larger commercial ones or furnaces.
Be sure to look at reviews before making your decision, since customer service can vary by company. Finally, most companies clean both sides of the window which means they will need to use ladders so be prepared to have some room set up where they can work safely on your roof if needed!
This answer was provided by Ambassador Window Cleaning.
As branch and brush debris collect in leaf gutters, the water coming down the roof is unable to move freely and doesn’t effectively drain off. Debris clogs gutters and causes may lead to leaks that often go undetected. Picked up leaves will put pH levels very close to neutral, consequently creating a perfect habitat for mold spores and fungal growth if not immediately dealt with. All these problems only get worse when it rains or when you irrigate or spray your lawn because debris can flow or be washed into the gutter system from other areas such as your yard. As time goes on without gutter cleaning, all of this accumulated organic matter will decompose, changing pH levels resulting in increasingly more severe hard water deposits leading to damages and costly repairs on your property.
Special thanks to Revive Power Wash for providing this information!
Commercial window cleaning and residential window cleaning can significantly improve curb appeal on your home or business.
Commercial window cleaning’s primary objective is to clean windows as well as obscure reflections of trashcans, phone lines, and signage. Residential window cleaning has the added benefit of removing grease stains from the windowsills. It also removes mold and mildew from around windows and seals gaps which cause leaks during storms or flash floods.
Getting your house ready for window cleaning services is actually a pretty easy process. All you need to do is make sure that there’s enough room for the window washers to move around and get rid of any clutter that might get in their way.
Try to clear off all of the furniture from in front of your windows and move any plants or other obstructions out of the way. You should also make sure that all your windows are accessible – if there are any stairs leading up to them, you’ll need to remove or relocate anything blocking the path.
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