Jan, 2017

Why You Need To Choose J&M Window Cleaning This Spring

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We may be in the depths of a classic Michigan winter right now, with the cold enveloping our fine state from Auburn Hills to Troy, and from Waterford to Novi. However, keep in mind that spring is just the corner. If you’re anything like us, you’ll find that spring has a tendency to really creep up on you. One day it’s just as cold as it has been for months, and then – bang! – suddenly the cold is receding and the flowers are starting to bloom.

While we do strongly advocate properly maintaining your house throughout the winter months, we know that a lot of people – businesspeople, as well as home owners – leave it until the new season for a big spring clean. Well, to each their own, we suppose! If this is your tactic, just know that there’s one option that’s far above the rest of the competition when it comes to booking in your spring clean. It’s – you guessed it – J&M Window Cleaning!

Here’s why.

Our name might be J&M Window Cleaning, but we actually offer far more than that. We’re basically a one-stop shop for all your essential commercial cleaning services, saving you the trouble of calling out multiple companies to come and do different jobs.

Window cleaning is, of course, a cornerstone of our business – it’s the first service we offered when we started, after all. We’ve worked on commercial premises across Michigan, including car showrooms, storefronts, offices, and many more. We have a wide range of equipment meaning no commercial building is beyond our capabilities, and we know how to work in a way which least disrupts the goings-on in your business.

In addition, we also offer exterior cleaning, gutter cleaning, water stain removal, concrete cleaning, and much, much more (you can see a more comprehensive list here). We know a lot of business owners like to try doing these tasks themselves, or having an employee do them. We understand why, but it’s a mistake. This is partly for safety reasons, especially in the case of jobs like gutter cleaning. It’s also a risk to the long-term health of your property: powerful equipment, such as pressure washers, in the wrong hands can cause significant damage to your commercial property, and you can end up spending even more money in the long run to get it fixed.

And who exactly is it that should be doing the cleaning, instead of yourself or your employees? Glad you asked! Our staff here at J&M Window Cleaning are highly trained, in possession of state of the art equipment, background checked and, crucially, are fully insured.

It should also be noted that we don’t pay our staff a percentage commission, like some of our competitors in the Novi, Auburn Hills, Waterford and Troy areas. The risk in this technique is that workers tend to rush through jobs to make more money. Instead, we pay our employees completely fair hourly rates, and stress the need for great results and customer satisfaction.

Speaking of customer satisfaction! We’ve been in business for 13 years now, and that fact alone is testament to our results. We’re delighted to say that most of our business actually comes from word of mouth referrals, where happy customers have recommended us to their friends and family. When it comes to commercial cleaning, we’ve worked successfully with some of the biggest names in the area.

You don’t just have to take our word for it, however. We know your premises are fundamental to the running of your business, and therefore are highly precious to you. That’s why we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. We don’t see our job as being finished until you are completely and utterly happy. If you’re not happy after we’ve completed our work, we’ll come right back out and keep going until you are.

So, don’t be one of those business owners who leaves it too late, and lets spring creep up on them. Get in touch with us today, and we can come out, take a look at your business, and give you a free quote for our work. To contact us, dial (248) 605-2243.

We’ll see you in the spring!

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