This may be a question you’ve asked yourself if you’ve never hired someone to clean your windows.
How much does it cost in reality?
It’s an excellent question, because window cleaning isn’t as simple as you may think.
You can get the window cleaners with nothing but a mop and squeegee which could be bought from Bunnings Warehouse. The cost for their services will usually be quiet cheap.
Then there are professional window cleaners who come with equipment such as extension poles which can reach 2-3 storeys as well as specialised squeegees with brass tips that leave no streaks and won’t leave scratches on your windows. These window cleaners know their worth and are likely to charge a premium.
The average cost is generally $15 per window pane. So the price for a standard sized single story home is usually in the range of $180 to $250. At the end of the day, every job is unique and the final price will depend on a number of factors and this is the reason most quotes a done with a site visit or by viewing your home address using google maps at the very minimum.
Clean your blinds of any dust that may come into contact with your clean windows. Move any personal belongings or fragile items away from the windows and remove any decorations that may be hanging on the windows. Inspect your window screens and shutters to determine if you would like them cleaned as well.