Local Window Cleaners Deserve Some Respect

by Alexis Munoz on July 11, 2012

Here in the East Bay, particularly the Hayward-Oakland-Berkeley corridor, you get to meet a wide variety of window cleaners. Some professional, others, well, let us say they’re a bit more picturesque. But when it comes to getting the window cleaning job done right, you need to hand it to those who take their job seriously.

Window cleaning goes as far back as windows have been in existence. And the challenge grew along with the height of the buildings. Some of us take our job just as seriously as any professional, and it shows. It pays to be a reliable, trustworthy, quality-focused, detail-oriented window cleaner. It takes work to be so – hard work.

So next time you see that local wino with his Windex bottle in one hand and a shredded roll of newsprint dangling from his soiled back pocket walk into your storefront asking whether he could do your windows for a buck – only to leave grease and dirt smudged all over them – ask yourself “Who am I here to do the best for, my customers or this wino?”

Then hire the professional. Our trade takes us back a while and it takes guts for us to do our job well.

For proof, check this out.


Even Spiderman Knows The Importance of Clean Windows

by Alexis Munoz on February 29, 2012

We window cleaners always appreciate Spiderman taking care of some of those high windows :)

Spiderman Window Cleaner


Graffiti Scratch Removal In Oakland

by Alexis Munoz on February 23, 2012

I got a call from H&R Block again to remove some graffiti on a window at one of their offices in Oakland. The scratch graffiti was removed completely for several hundred less than replacing the window.

Check out the before and after photos:


Glass Scratch Graffiti Removal In Richmond

by Alexis Munoz on February 22, 2012

I just finished a large graffiti scratch removal job in Richmond. The property owner of a strip mall called me to ask if I could remove graffiti scratches from 14 windows. He’s preparing to lease the units in the strip mall, but knew that having graffiti on his windows would only repulse prospective tenants.

Replacing the windows would cost at least $7,500. Shelling out $7.5k to replace his windows wasn’t something he was looking forward to doing. Thankfully he heard of an alternative to his graffiti problem and spoke with me. After explaining to him that I’d be able to completely remove the graffiti from his windows and save him over $3,500 in replacement costs, he gave me the go ahead to repair his windows.

The scratches varied in depth and size, but all were removed and the windows left without any graffiti. Yet another happy client who saved himself thousands by repairing rather than replacing his scratched windows.

Check out some before and after pictures below:


Gutter Cleaning

by Alexis Munoz on December 13, 2011

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