Important information:


  • We are fully licensed and insured and keep track of our hours for Labor and Industries.
  • We offer yearly, 9, 6, or 3 month courtesy reminders.
  • We do windows, mirrors, gutters and moss treatments very well. We also do small pressure washing jobs like sidewalks, driveway, or small deck. We will also replace a smoke alarm battery or lightbulb in that hard to reach area that requires a ladder.
  • We except cash, checks, and credit cards. Mail check(s) to: Clear Skies Cleaning PO Box 30513  Seattle, WA 98113
  • If you would like to pay with cryptocurrency we can except Bitcoin but bear with us.  It is a new concept. I will have to return you a call and walk through it with you until Square catches up with making it user friendly.
  • Payment is due upon completion of work. Call 206-669-7706 with credit card.
  • You do not need to be home for us to do most work unless we are cleaning interior windows.
  • Ask and we can establish future scheduling with a call or email as a courtesy reminder. 
  • We are usually on time, but as we get to the 2nd or 3rd job in a day we ask for a 2 hour arrival window;  e.g. Arrive between 10:00 – 12:00am or 1:30 – 3:30pm.
  • Our minimum charge is $159 to come out and do work.
  • Please notify us of any specific pet instructions. We will need to access all sides/areas of home that contains windows.
  • We don’t clean chandeliers or ceiling fans.
  • We are limited to 3 story homes, duplex’s, triplex’s, apartments, and condominiums and/or 33 feet with some exceptions (e.g. 40 foot water feed pole and some high rise)
  • We only use fine grades of bronze wool, 00-00 steel wool and/or scrub pads that are safe on all types of glass. If scraping is required to remove excessive build-up, overspray, and/or paint there will be additional charges and a disclaimer will need to be signed.
  • All work is guaranteed: please report any issues or complaints within 24 hours of job completion.  We will do our absolute best to reconcile the issue in a timely manner.
  • Removal of window grids and/or other obstructions are not included with standard pricing.
  • Please remove any décor and/or fragile items that are on windows or sills.
  • We will work around any window treatments including: blinds, shades, curtains and other window coverings.
  • If you are not available to be home during our work hours, we will unlock/lock your home using any keys/codes that you provide.
  • We do however need an available contact to confirm pricing before starting work.
  • All work is backed by our satisfaction guarantee. 

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  1. Why should I get my gutters cleaned?   Debris in your open gutters is a fire hazard. Standing water in gutters is a breeding ground for bacteria, mold and insects, which can carry disease. Acorns and leaves attract pests and other critters. Debris and standing water cause excess weight and failure of mounting hardware. Failed spikes can cause the wood to strip and warp, and allow water to seep into the vital structural wood of your home. Water can also spill over to the ground and into your foundation causing cracks and basement flooding.
  2. What are window panes?   Panes are the individual medium or large pieces of glass in a window frame. Most windows have one or two panes but are not limited. Small panes individually divided with frames sometimes called French panes are pictured in image to the right.
  3. Are Solar Panels cleaned the same as windows?   Similar, but we use a soap formulated just for solar panels. Keeping your solar panels clean will maximize the photovoltaic potential.
  4. Can I get my clogged up LeafGuard gutters cleaned?   Yes, we can get them flowing again.
  5. What Are Those Black Stains On The Roof?   Those black stains are Algae
  6. How Does A Roof Get Moss And Algae In The First Place?   Airborne spores spread algae from one infected roof to another. Ask your neighbors to treat their roof too.
  7. How Does It Grow?   Algae require moisture (dew and rain) and the right temperatures to grow.
  8. What treatments should I NOT do?   Do not power wash the roof to clean the asphalt shingles. It may dislodge the granules which can lead to premature shingle failure and shorten the life of your investment in roofing.
  9. Is Using Low Pressure a good solution?   What is meant by low pressure? 500-1000psi is too much and will blast off too many granules. Any more pressure than 100psi is excessive. Even in time rain will wash off some granules. Please do Not pressure washer your roof.
  10. Can the Moss Treatment hurt my grass? We have been doing this for years and the only time we encountered newly laid grass to be affected. It yellowed a 2 foot by 1 foot patch.
  11. How should my asphalt roof be cleaned of Moss and Algae? See our Moss Treatment Page. 
  12. Why Does The Moss And Algae Grow On The North and East Sides Of The Roof? Those two side get the least amount of Sun exposure.
  13. Why should I clean my windows when it is just going to rain?  It is the dust in the air that sticks to the glass and then rain runs down the dirt leaving drip marks. Rain doesn’t dirty the windows, it actually beads off the windows when we clean them with our professional soap. Contrary to one’s belief, winter is a great time to have your windows cleaned.
  14. Is it true clean windows improve the feng shui of my house?   Once you start keeping your windows clean you will feel the difference. Windows are like the windows to the home’s soul.

Window pane counting guide

Service Vocabulary


Cut-ups – Usually 1′ x 1′ window panes and embosses in individual frames.

French Pane – Tiny panes of glass usually about 12″ tall and about 9″ wide that are built into French doors or windows.

Garden Box Window – A cleaning of a garden window which is a projecting, three-sided window that usually includes a shelf, a glass top and/or a single-hung or casement window on each side.

Hard Water Mineral Stain Removal – This is not included in a standard window cleaning. It requires hand buffing with a compound to remove the mineral stains. The removal of this type of glass damage from water that is full of minerals such as calcium, magnesium, metal cations, and other compounds such as sulfates and bicarbonates. When “hard water” is on glass for a period of time, it can form water spots that are unsightly and hard to get rid of. They look like small white barnacles. These spots can even cause irreparable damage to your windows if you don’t get rid of them quickly. In time they will actually burrow into the glass. Data Sheet

Mirror Cleaning – Bathroom and bedroom mirror cleaning.

(New) Construction Clean-up Glass Cleaning – The removal of paint overspray, silicone, and glass manufacturer’s stickers the first time new windows are cleaned.

Picture Windows – Large single pane windows usually facing a view.

Professional Window Cleaning Soap – Data Sheet

Relight cleaning – Interior window built into an interior wall to allow light & sight from one office to another, or from a hallway into an office.

Shower Door Water Spot Cleaning – See Hard Water Mineral Stain Removal for cleaning understanding.

Skylight cleaning – Windows embedded in roof systems that allow natural light into living space. Pricing is separate for interior and exterior cleaning of skylight(s).

Solar Pane Cleaning – Cleaning solar panels with correct solar panel soap. Data Sheet

Solarium Glass – Cleaning of Sunroom glass, Glass Rooms, and Glass Enclosures.

Storm window cleaning – When additional windows are fitted over the outside of an ordinary windows to add insulation against wind, cold and noise.

▪We no longer clean between Storm windows. We don’t remove them or put them back. If you have a contractor or maintenance person that removes them and reinstalls them we can clean the panes from a safe place.

Tempered Glass – Extreme caution should be taken when cleaning tempered glass. Most tempered windows but, not all, tend to scratch much easier than normal windows. The reason is due to the rough imperfections that were created in the hardening process. If you were to look through a magnified lens, the imperfections will look like tiny pimples.

Wind Break Window Cleaning – Clean the inside and outside of glass on deck.

Window screen cleaning – The screen to keep insects & animals from entering living space from an open window.

Window Track Cleaning – When window tracks need more than a wipe up to clean.


Exterior Gutter Cleaning – This is the face of the gutter that is seen when looking at the side of the home or building.

Fix Clogged Downspout – If the downspout elbow is clogged beyond the drain hole it will require removing the downspout to it out.

Fix Gutter Leaks – Patch leaking gutters with silicone and silicone tape.

Gutter adjustment – Re-Leveling Gutter by removing and lowering the side of downspout for even water distribution.

Gutter Cleaning – The trough connected to the fascia board that channels water to the downspouts.

Gutter Screen Installation – These are wire or plastic baskets that wedge into the top of the downspout that keeps large leaves and debris from clogging the mouth of the downspout and underground drain system.

LeafGuard Cleaning – The problem with leaf guard gutter systems in the Northwest is we have pine needles that can roll into the small opening under the top lip. When your LeafGaurd gutters get clogged with pine nettles and debris under the one piece gutter system, we will get them guarding your leaves again.

Moss Treatment – Moss termination/kill/control application is an application of zinc that when applied on live moss will dehydrate and remove it. This process can take 10-13 weeks but you will see the dying process within two weeks of the first rain.

Roof Valley Cleaning – The valley where two roof planes meet each other. Often leaves and Debris collects here.

Roof Drain on Flat Roof – A roof drain is a method of draining a roof assembly where the water runoff from the roof is transferred through the roof drain into piping that runs through the interior of the building before it empties either onto grade or into a storm sewer. In most cases, roof drains are also installed in such a way that prevents water from leaking out of the drain in the event that there is a clog somewhere in the drain line.

Scupper Cleaning – Scupper is a detail that provides drainage to a roof system by allowing the water runoff from the roof to exit the roof through a metal edge, parapet wall or through the deck into a downspout or leader not run through the interior of the building. If a roof scupper becomes blocked or clogged and prevents water from draining from the roof surface this could cause ponding or roof leaks. Cleaning and checking your roof drainage system should be done at least once a year.


Boat Dock Pressure washing – Any dock at a marina, business, or private home

Concrete Pressure washing – Flat surface cleaning of sidewalks, driveways, patios, parking garages, wheel stops etc.

Facade Of Building –

Vinyl Siding pressure washing – A plastic exterior cladding for a house, used for decoration and weatherproofing, as an alternative to traditional wood siding.

Bird Control – Bird Block, Bird Spikes, Bird Abatement – Products that are installed in homes or on commercial buildings to keep birds from landing, nesting, and making a mess of the exterior siding, windows or metal flashing.

Dryer Vent cleaning – Dyer vents that exit the building on high to reach residential buildings where a screen at the end of the vent cannot be cleaned from inside the unit.

Henry Roof Repair Solutions – Henry offers a complete range of roof repair solutions designed to work in varying weather conditions. From roof patches to roof cements to sealants, Henry’s professional grade roof repair solutions provide options for sealing around chimneys, vents, skylights, flashings and more. Data Sheet

Holliday Lighting – Installation of and removal of Holiday Lights

Spider web removal – Spider webs removed from eves, soffits, window frames by use of brushes, back pack vacuum cleaners and or leaf blowers.

Moss Treatment before and after service

Cities And Towns In The Seattle Area We Service:

Edmonds, Shoreline, Brier, Mountlake Terrace, Ballard, Mill Creek, North Seattle, WA, Redmond, Bellevue, Green Lake, Greenwood, Broadview, Pinehurst Lake City, Cedar Heights, North Beach, Blue Ridge, Windermere, Laurelhurst, Woodland Park, Wallingford, Maple Leaf, Sunset Hill, Lake Union, Belltown, Medina, Kirkland, West Seattle, Bothell, Kenmore, White Center, Mercer Island, Northgate, Haller Lake, Pinehurst, Cedar Park, Matthews Beach, Meadowbrook, Madison Valley Park, Broadmoor, Lake Union, Westlake, Eastlake, Downtown, Denny, Belltown, Pike Place Market, Loyal Heights, Central, Magnolia, Lawton Park, Interbay, Queen Anne, Capital Hill, Roanoke, Broadway, Montlake, Harbor Island, Georgetown, Alki, Fairmount, Genesee, Gatewood, Fauntleroy, Arbor Heights, Delridge, Village, Wallingford, Northlake, Fremont, Phinney Ridge, West Woodland, Whittier Heights, Adams, Sunset Hill, First Hill, Pioneer Square, International District, Yesler Terrace, Waterfront, Mann, Minor, Madrona, Leschi, Rainier Valley, SoDo, Lake Washington

Zip Codes in the Seattle area we service:

Zip Codes 98060, 98101, 98102, 98103, 98104, 98105, 98106, 98107, 98108, 98109, 98110, 98111, 98112, 98114, 98115, 98116, 98117, 98118, 98119, 98121, 98122, 98124, 98125, 98126, 98127, 98129, 98130, 98131, 98132, 98133, 98134, 98136, 98138, 98139, 98140, 98141, 98144, 98145, 98146, 98148, 98150, 98151, 98154, 98155, 98158, 98160, 98161, 98164, 98165, 98166, 98168, 98170, 98171, 98174, 98175, 98177, 98178, 98181, 98184, 98185, 98188, 98189, 98190, 98191, 98194, 98195, 98198, 98199. Bellevue 98004, 98005, 98006, 98007, 98008, 98009, 98015. Bothell 98011, 98012, 98021, 98028, 98041, 98082 Edmonds 98020, 98026 Kenmore 98028 Lynnwood 98036, 98037, 98046, 98087 Mercer Island 98040

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