Monday, September 21, 2020

Choosing a Window Cleaner in Coronado: New Era Helps You See a Brighter World

Promoted Partner Content by New Era Window Cleaning: “Helping Friends See A Brighter World”

new era window cleaning logoHaving your windows cleaned is a necessity for those who desire to maintain a shiny and clear appearance. It also helps to maintain your home’s value, and for those selling, gives a great first impression to the cleanliness of your home. There are several great companies for window cleaning that you have to choose from, from smaller independent owners to larger corporate owned entities. Here are some guidelines to consider if you desire to enhance the beautiful view from your home that Coronado has to offer.

Use the one you trust:

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If you have a cleaner you trust to do a quality job, then stick with them. As a believer in abundance as opposed to scarcity, I believe there are plenty of windows to go around. If your cleaner has been honest, dependable, punctual, tidy and thorough then you are in good hands. This will remove the stress associated with trying out new service providers and bringing them into your beautiful home.


Find a cleaner that has the reputation of being ethical, punctual, honest and conscientious. You should feel comfortable with the person giving you the quote from the moment you meet them. When in doubt, go with your gut. Check out reviews and look for comments related to ethics, demeanor or how they treat clients. There is usually a high correlation between the quality of a person and of the service their company provides.

Quality and variety of services:

There are always maintenance related items that come with window cleaning. Screens may need to be cleaned or repaired, hinges oiled, tracks may need extra attention. Many cleaners have premium packages that will be available for more intense cleaning. Light fixtures, chandeliers and mirrors may need cleaning too. If the outside of the house is dirty then rain may cause dirt and debris to collect on screens and windows. A light house washing will also improve the overall appearance. Just ask what other services are available if not offered up front.

Insurance and Licenses:

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New Era Window Dean CarpenterAlways ask your window cleaner if they are insured and licensed to do business in Coronado. A general liability insurance is recommended but there is also a business registration certificate Coronado requires for anyone doing business in the city.

New Era Window Cleaning is always available for estimates or any questions related to your window cleaning needs. Please contact me anytime and look for us on the Chamber website and at local events. It’s a pleasure to serve the Coronado community.

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