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Triple Guarantee

Satisfaction Guarantee

Our 72-Hour Satisfaction Guarantee ensures that you are completely satisfied with our service. If for any reason you are not, we will come back and make it right!

Rain Guarantee

Our 72-Hour Rain Guarantee protects you from the one thing we can't control- the weather. If rain leaves residue on your windows, we'll fix it at no additional cost to you.

Google Guarantee

We have earned our Google Guaranteed badge this year which is given to businesses that are verified and have many positive reviews! We are also licensed and insured.

Window Washing Westhampton, Window Washing Easthampton, Window Washing Sagaponack

About Us

At Out East Window Washing, we take immense pride in consistently impressing our customers with our services. We treat your home with the same care and attention to detail as we would our own. Equipped with top-notch tools and highly skilled technicians, we guarantee to leave every window looking its absolute best.

Our range of services includes window cleaning, screen cleaning, track cleaning, solar panel cleaning, and skylight cleaning. For each service, we employ the most effective methods available, ensuring spotless results every time.

In the rare event that you notice anything not up to standard, we'll promptly return to address it and ensure your complete satisfaction.

  • What is your service area?
    Currently, our services are offered in the following towns and their corresponding zip codes: Amagansett (11930) Bellport (11713) Bridgehampton (11932) Center Moriches (11934) East Hampton (11937) East Moriches (11940) East Quogue (11942) Eastport (11941) Hampton Bays (11946) Manorville (11949) Mattituck (11952) Quogue (11959) Sag Harbor (11963) Southampton (11968) Southold (11971) Speonk (11972) Wainscott (11975) Water Mill (11976) Westhampton (11977) Westhampton Beach (11978) Yaphank (11980) Remsenburg-Speonk (11960) Jamesport (11947) Flanders (11901) Calverton (11933) Aquebogue (11931) Wading River (11792) Ridge (11961) Rocky Point (11778) Port Jefferson (11777) Sayville (11782) Bayport (11705) Miller Place (11764) If you're from these or surrounding areas and are interested in our services, please call or text us at 631-268-4646 so we can work something out! Out East Window Washing LLC.
  • How often should I get my windows cleaned?
    It's advisable to schedule window cleanings every six months to prevent dirt and other particles from accumulating on the glass, which could lead to more challenging cleaning tasks in the future. Interestingly, the primary culprits for dirty windows are rain and wind. While spring and summer bring additional sources of dirt like pollen or debris from yard work, approximately 90% of window grime originates from natural elements. Understanding how rain and wind contribute to dirty windows is key. When it rains, water typically flows into gutters and downspouts, but occasionally, it can splatter against the side of your home, carrying dirt and grime onto the windows. In some cases, gutter issues may cause water overflow, resulting in a cascade of water down the side of the house, impacting all nearby windows. Fortunately, we're equipped to handle these challenges. Eastern Long Island is known for its hard water, characterized by a Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) measurement exceeding 200 parts per million (ppm). Consequently, when sprinklers hit windows, hard water stains may form. Neglecting timely maintenance could necessitate costly restoration or even window replacement. While we possess techniques to address such stains, extensive restoration may sometimes be required, incurring additional costs. Many residences on Long Island reside near the ocean, where the air carries a high salt content. Consequently, salt particles adhere to the windows of waterfront properties, posing a persistent cleaning challenge. It's important to distinguish salt residue from hard water stains, as mistaking one for the other could lead to ineffective cleaning methods. If you have any more questions about why you should get your windows cleaned every six months, please reach out to us through text or phone call at 631-268-4646 Out East Window Washing LLC.
  • What do you use to clean windows?
    In the realm of residential window cleaning, we employ two primary approaches: Traditional Cleaning and Pure Water Cleaning. Both methods are highly effective and are suited for different situations. While some companies may specialize in one technique over the other, we have found that neither method holds a definitive advantage. Just as with tying shoelaces, different approaches can yield the same impeccable outcome. Traditional Cleaning stands as the more conventional choice. This method involves hands-on attention to the glass using a mop and squeegee. Whether it entails scaling ladders or simply stepping up to the window, Traditional Cleaning demands direct contact with the surface. Employing top-tier equipment from respected brands such as Ettore, Unger, and Moerman, we ensure flawless results every time. Our specialized microfiber mops efficiently absorb soapy water from the bucket, which is then meticulously applied to the windows before being expertly squeegeed off. Detailing the edges with a microfiber towel, we guarantee a streak-free, smudge-free finish on every window. Alternatively, we utilize the Water Fed Pole method, also known as Pure Water Cleaning. Given Long Island's hard water composition with a Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) exceeding 200 parts per million (ppm), we rely on a cutting-edge three-step filtration system. This system effectively reduces the TDS level to zero ppm, providing ultra-purified water for the cleaning process. Fed through a specialized 3/8" hose into our Water Fed Pole, this pristine water rinses off the windows as the brush scrubs, ensuring remarkable results. Despite initial skepticism, our track record speaks for itself—we have never received a callback for a window cleaning using the Pure Water method since implementing this system. Each method has its distinct advantages. Traditional Cleaning allows for close, hands-on attention to detail, while Pure Water Cleaning offers a safer alternative, eliminating the need for ladder climbing while achieving equivalent results. We assess the condition of the windows upon arrival to determine the most suitable method. For heavily soiled windows, we typically opt for the Traditional method to ensure an immaculate finish, whereas, for routine maintenance, Pure Water Cleaning consistently delivers flawless outcomes. If you have a preference for either method for your home, feel free to communicate that to us when scheduling your service. If you have any more questions about this topic or any other topics about window cleaning in general, please reach out through text or call at 631-268-4646. Out East Window Washing LLC.
  • How much should I pay to have my windows cleaned?
    The cost of having your home's windows cleaned can vary depending on several factors including the number of windows, their size, accessibility, and the level of dirtiness. Here's a general breakdown of what you might expect to pay: Number and size of windows: The more windows you have, the higher the cost. Larger windows also typically cost more to clean than smaller ones. Type of windows: Different types of windows may require different cleaning methods and thus affect the cost. For example, if you have specialty windows like stained glass or windows with multiple panes, it may cost more to clean them. Accessibility: Windows that are difficult to access, such as those on upper floors or in hard-to-reach areas, may cost more to clean due to the additional time and equipment required. Level of dirtiness: If your windows are heavily soiled or haven't been cleaned in a long time, it may require more effort and time to clean them, which can increase the cost. As a rough estimate, you might expect to pay anywhere from $5 to $12 per window for basic exterior cleaning. Interior cleaning will cost you the same as the exterior. Some companies may offer package deals or discounts for regular service. Out East Window Cleaning LLC.
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