Efficient Window Cleaning Techniques

Efficient window cleaning techniques are very important to our business.

We at Fish Window Cleaning constantly train our employees to become faster and more efficient.

Training on technique is a Win-Win-Win situation:

  1. Win #1 – Our customers’ windows Sparkle with less impact on their time.
  2. Win #2 – Fish can serve more customers in a day.
  3. Win #3 – Our window cleaners make more money because they can clean more glass in the same amount of time!

Ultimately, the better we serve our customers, the more successful we become…and we’d like to share our success with you too.

Here’s a quick demonstration of “The Swirl” technique by our Service Manager Silvester Martinez.

If you find this video helpful, please leave a comment below, we’d love to hear from you.




 Fish Window Cleaning is a National Franchise with 220+ franchisees located throughout the United States.  FWC corporate headquarters are located in St. Louis, MO.

John Gran and Cynthia Julian own and operate the franchise located in the Los Angeles – South Bay, providing residential and commercial window cleaning, gutter cleaning, chandelier cleaning, pressure washing, and more.

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2 comments on “Efficient Window Cleaning Techniques

  1. Indeed a nice post and I really like the manner you have written and explained the cleaning services. I am also a veteran cleaning expert and adapted to reading a lot of informational stuff on the web. I just subscribed to your blog and hope you will keep the good postings up.

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