Sonlight Window Cleaning

Denver, CO Service Area

We will travel anywhere within 20 minutes drive of our HQ in Wheat Ridge. If you live somewhat outside of these boundaries, we can occasionally be convinced to travel to your location if you are able to get another neighbor or two scheduled inside the same time frame. This helps cover our costs as a company in areas that are well outside of our normal coverage area. When we do occasionally serve clients outside our service area, pricing for the job will be slightly increased ( SEE BELOW ). 

DO I HAVE TO BE THERE ?
Finding a time during the work week can be a challenge so we do not require you to be present. We just need to know which surfaces you want cleaned (basement and/or garage), how to gain access to the inside (our clients often leave a key in a secret location), and where to leave the invoice. We are happy to work with any specific instructions that you have for us. 

WHAT IS YOUR CANCELLATION POLICY ? 
We understand that plans change so we ask that you give us at least 48 hours notice on all non-emergent cancellations that way we can fill the time gap. 

WHAT IF THERE IS INCLEMENT WEATHER ?
We reschedule appointments for 3 reasons; 1) active precipitation, 2) the high temperature for the day is below 37 degrees, and 3) wind gusts above 50 mph. Generally we try to wait until the morning of the cleaning before making any changes to the schedule. Having closely watched Denver weather for many years, we've seen plenty of rainy forecasts turn to beautiful sunny days so we are hesitant to reschedule on the basis of a 7 day forecast. On a day when it is necessary to reschedule we do our very best to inform you before 8:30am.

Winter Window Cleaning: We clean through all seasons so long as it is not precipitating and the forecast calls for a high temperature above 37 degrees.  

HOW MUCH WILL IT COST IF I WANT ONLY THE OUTSIDES CLEANED ? (IN SERVICE-AREA)
Half the normal price. Residential = $3.00 per pane. Commercial = $1.50 per pane. Post-construct = $3.50 per pane.

WHY DO YOU SPELL SONLIGHT WITH AN "O"  ?
"Just as John Hestera (founder) originally intended, the “Son” in Sonlight refers to the “Son of God” and is an honest and upfront declaration of both our faith in Jesus Christ and the standard to which we try to live our lives." - Henry and Mary Hendrickson