There’s a running gag in comedy that shows housekeepers, nannies, butlers, and more telling their employers that they don’t do windows. That gag may be funny, but there are professionals that don’t say no to this job. Professional window cleaning is a major industry, and there are a lot of people that can help you with your home’s glass. If you don’t want to do it, or perhaps hired a housekeeper that avoids this, don’t worry, you can hire someone else to get it done. But the question remains, how much would it cost? How much does window cleaning cost? While there is no “one” answer, there are a few things to consider as you move forward with this notion.
Panes Can Be Priced
One of the most popular ways that companies price out their window cleaning is through panes. How many panes are needed to be cleaned? The average pane will cost you upwards of $7 or higher. With that average, an individual could end up paying upwards of $250 – $300 for their whole house to get cleaned. Keep in mind that’s a full house, with screens and doors as well. Anywhere there’s glass, professionals will clean those areas.
Many Factors To Consider
Moving away from the panes that you have, take into consideration that you may have to deal with other factors. For instance, will the company you hire be required to use ladders or get to risky areas of your home? Will there be easy access to all windows? There’s also the issue of just how bad the windows are? When’s the last time they were cleaned?
These factors all go into the overall cost that you may have to deal with. Don’t assume that you’re going to be dealing with just “one” factor, in the price that you’re quoted. Professionals have to look and estimate the costs based on these factors and then some.
Prices can start to go up if you have specific types of glass. Different glass types require different solutions. You may also have painted areas, screens that don’t remove easily, and much more. If there are multiple stories, you may also run into an added cost. The price tag can shoot up based on difficulty in most cases, so make sure that you are aware of that when you’re seeking out an estimate.
At the end of the day, the above illustrates just a few elements of what goes into the costs of professional window cleaning. These vary by whom you contact, but they can at least help you figure out a base rate.