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Local Window Cleaners

Imagine your home or your favorite shop without clean windows. It wouldn’t be the same, right? Well, that’s where local window cleaners come in. They’re the ones who make sure our windows are sparkling and clear, making our neighborhoods look great.

 

Window cleaners do more than just wash windows. They make our homes and businesses look nice, which makes us feel good too. Clean windows let in more sunlight, so our places feel brighter and happier. Plus, they help save energy because we don’t need to use as many lights during the day.

 

These cleaners don’t just work on houses. They also make sure stores, offices, and schools have clean windows. This helps businesses attract customers and makes places like schools feel nicer and more welcoming.

 

What’s cool about local window cleaners is that they’re part of our community. They’re like friendly neighbors who come by regularly to keep our windows looking their best. And because they know the area well, they understand how important their job is to us.

 

Even though we live in a world filled with fancy technology, the job of a window cleaner is still important. They use special tools to make sure our windows are spotless, and they’re always looking for new ways to do their job even better.

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Here’s a list of some of the leading window cleaning companies in the UK. If you want to search for someone local to you, please use the search bar above to find the right window cleaner for you, based in your local area.

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in 28 King John Avenue, Bournemouth, BH11 9RW

Covering Bournemouth and within a 8 mile radius.
Garage & Outbuilding construction

in Downderry, studley, B97 5JT

Covering studley and within a 8 mile radius.
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in 555 Smithdown Road, Liverpool, L15 5AF

Covering Liverpool and within a 8 mile radius.
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in 111 George Street, Edinburgh, EH2 4JN

Covering Edinburgh and within a 8 mile radius.
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in Martin House, Wokingham, RG40 1XG

Covering Wokingham and within a 8 mile radius.

More about Window Cleaners

But beyond appearances, window cleaners also play an important role in maintaining the health and functionality of windows. Over time, dirt and debris can build up on window surfaces, leading to damage and deterioration. By regularly cleaning windows, these professionals help extend their lifespan, saving homeowners and businesses money on costly repairs or replacements.


Moreover, clean windows allow more natural light to enter indoor spaces, which has numerous benefits. Natural light boosts mood and productivity, reduces the need for artificial lighting, and even helps regulate sleep patterns. By ensuring that windows are clean and clear, window cleaners indirectly contribute to the well-being and comfort of those who inhabit the spaces they service.

Window Cleaners costs

The costs for window cleaners can vary greatly depending on location and the type of services you require, see our cost guide below:

Frequently asked questions about window cleaners

Window cleaners usually have a charge per window or per house, starting from around £10 for a property with few windows, to £80 for large properties with many windows. If windows are in a position that are difficult to get to, there may be a bigger charge as they may need ladders or scaffolding to reach the windows. 

 

A window cleaner may charge more for a one-off cleaning job or if the windows are particularly dirty, for example, if some construction work has recently been done and the windows have a buildup of dirt that will take longer to clean.

Window cleaners will generally work on a 4 or 8 week rotation, so the frequency will usually be determined by the schedule of your window cleaner’s round. Monthly window cleaning is most common but if you live on a street where there is higher than average pollution, debris or other airborne types of dirt, you may choose to have your windows cleaned more regularly.

No, most window cleaning is done from the ground, using cleaning equipment with extensions to reach higher storeys. There may be some jobs where ladders are required if the window is in a position where the extension pole is unable to access.

Most window cleaners will have a storage tank in a van that they are able to use for window cleaning but if you have an outdoor tap that they can use, they may want to use your water to avoid running out of water on their window cleaning round.

Many people choose to wash their windows themselves, if they are comfortable climbing ladders or have a telescopic window cleaning pole and additional equipment to clean windows that are higher up. Some windows are designed to tilt open so that you can reach the window pane from the inside to clean it. 

 

You can also buy self-cleaning windows so that you won’t need to clean your windows, as they have a special coating that breaks down dirt and debris.

A mixture of water and vinegar is a good solution for cleaning external windows. The vinegar helps to remove any streaks on the windows.

If you have not yet found a local window cleaner who has a round in your area, you can find one on the Top Tradies directory. All the tradespeople in Top Tradies have been required to provide evidence of insurance, so you know that your window cleaner is fully insured, just in case any accidents occur when cleaning your windows.

 

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