West Palm Beach Window Cleaning

Professional, residential, and commercial window cleaning services in West Palm Beach, Florida, and surrounding areas in Southern Florida. West Palm Beach S&K Building Services also provides glass restoration and pressure washing services. 

Proudly Serving West Palm Beach and Southern Florida

Your satisfaction is our priority. Our West Palm Beach window cleaning professionals are always on time and get the job done right. Our 100% satisfaction guarantee ensures you will always be happy with our services.

We provide window cleaning, glass restoration, and pressure washing services to businesses in West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Singer Island, Palm Beach, Delray Beach, Jupiter, North Palm Beach, Boynton Beach, Wellington, Ocean Ridge, FT Lauderdale, FT Pierce, Vero Beach, Manalapan, Riveria Beach, and Royal Palm Beach.

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Residential and Commercial Window Cleaning In West Palm Beach

Brighten up your space with window cleaning that improves the view from the inside out. 

  • Interior and Exterior Window Washing
  • Window Frame Cleaning
  • Power Washing
residential and commercial window cleaning in west palm beach florida

Pressure Washing

Improve curb appeal and property value with pressure-washing services that make the exterior of your building shine.

  • Remove dirt, stains, and debris
  • Safely clean hard-to-reach areas
  • Maintain the health of your building

Glass Restoration

Professionally trained staff provides a broad spectrum of glass repairs while getting the job done quickly and correctly. 

  • Simple consultation from glass experts
  • Proper installation
  • Use of high-quality window repair materials
  • Compliant with safety codes, laws, and regulations

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Different About Cleaning Windows in Florida?

Florida doesn’t get snow or winter weather, so you may think that window cleaning is not as necessary in the Sunshine State. However, there are other reasons to clean your windows in a schedule in FL. One reason is that hurricanes and heavy rain can cause windows to contract and expand. This means it is a good idea to regularly check your windows to make sure any moving mechanisms and locks and levels are still working correctly.

Other Flordia-specific issues that can impact windows are salt spray from the ocean, bird poop from seagulls, and impurities in the well water that is often used to water FL yards and gardens. The potential damage from all of these issues can be prevented with regular window washing services.

How Do You Clean Windows Commercially?

Commercial window cleaners use squeegees, scrubbers, and high-quality cleaning ingredients to efficiently clean dirt and debris from big and small windows throughout your building. Commercial window cleaners can tackle your windows’ interior and exterior to give them a streak-free shine from the inside out. 

How Do Professionals Clean Large Windows in FL?

Professional window cleaners use large squeegees, scrubbers, and extension poles to quickly clean large windows without any streaks. If large windows are in hard-to-reach places, ladders, ropes, or aerial lifts may also be used to access them for effective cleaning. All S&K cleaning professionals work with proper safety regulations in place when cleaning large windows. This process removes salt water, hardwater buildup, seagull poop, and any other debris that could harm your windows.

What is the Difference Between Window Washing and Window Cleaning?

The difference between window washing and cleaning is in the details. Window washing involves a quick spray of cleaning chemicals followed by a squeegee scrub. Window cleaning gets into the details by applying a layer of window cleaner, a squeegee scrub, and tackling details like window frames and edges to give windows a complete and fresh appearance. 

What Chemicals Do Professional Pressure Washers Use in West Palm Beach, FL?

The most common chemicals that professional pressure washers use are oxalic acid, citric acid, sodium hypochlorite, sodium hydroxide, bleach, ammonia, and potassium hydroxide. These chemicals are each used for different purposes like removing rust, stains, grease, sanitizing, and disinfecting. Pressure washing professionals are trained to know which chemicals are best for different surfaces and cleaning needs.