Since reading about Excellent Window Cleaning in the Chronicle last year, we’ve been recommending them to readers calling us for referrals, then following up afterwards to monitor their work. Everyone we’ve sent them to has been very pleased.
Frenchman Olivier Suzor started his window cleaning business in Marin County 15 years ago, then expanded into the East Bay. He runs a tight-knit, very stable crew of window cleaners, all of whom have been with him for many years. Two of them live in Walnut Creek.
“We’re like a family.” he explains, “I have a very good rapport with my guys. I pay them well, and I take good care of them with liability insurance and workers compensation. So I have little or no employee turnover - plus I know each man working for me, and what his skills are. All my guys know what to do, and how to behave with clients. People really like them. We have a very large repeat clientele.”
Unlike other window cleaners who don’t like to work too high, the sky’s the limit with Olivier’s cleaners. They do rope and ladder work, and will clean windows on all kinds of homes: from architecturally complicated Victorian mansions to large apartment buildings.
When you call excellent Window Cleaning, either Jonathan or Adam will answer your questions, schedule appointments and give you approximate costs of your job. Window cleaning runs around $8.00 per window (polished inside and out), so if you know the number of windows, you can get a good idea of what your job will cost.
Olivier recently expanded Excellent Window Cleanings service to include carpet and upholstery cleaning, as well as high-pressure washing decks, patios, and exterior surfaces.
Source: The Good Service Guide
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