High Rise Window Cleaning

Texas Best DFW Offers High Rise Window Cleaning For Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas.

We have more than 15 years of experience

Texas Best is your best choice for professional high-rise window cleaning in DFW. We work on some very tall buildings in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, and all of our clients agree that we do a superb job of keeping their windows looking great.

Our cleaning team knows that bright and shiny buildings promote bright and shiny attitudes. Keep your employees happy by giving them clear, unobstructed views and a clean work environment.

Window Washing High Rise Buildings

A high rise is technically a building with more than 5 stories, but they can go much higher than that. The tallest building in Dallas has 72 floors! That’s a lot of glass to clean, and as you can imagine, it’s not always possible to hoist cleaning equipment from the ground to the uppermost floors.

Our experienced window cleaners know all the special considerations and precautions that must be taken when dealing with very tall buildings. If floor access isn’t convenient, they will simply gain access via the roof, where anchors will hold their ropes safely in place. Then they can scale the side of the building and reach the windows that need cleaning. With over 15 years of experience, they excel at getting the job done right, on time, and safely.

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Every Client is Unique

At Texas Best, we strive to meet each client’s individual needs. We can tailor a maintenance program to fit your budget and schedule.

Our routine cleaning options include:

  • One-Time Cleaning
  • Monthly Cleaning
  • Quarterly Cleaning
  • Bi-Annual Cleaning

We can provide whatever you need, whenever you need it. We also work on low rise and middle rise buildings across a variety of industries. No matter how short or tall your building is, our pros will make it shine!

High Rise Safety

The windows of your multi-story office need experts who are trained in cabling and climbing with the right gear, lifts, and window cleaning equipment. That is how we get the work done on time and on budget. Our crew’s safety is our top priority, so we follow every guideline and take every measure to make sure they don’t get injured on a job.

OSHA requires annual inspections to make sure the rooftop anchors can hold up to 5,000 pounds. We are in full compliance with this. Our window cleaners have been trained to use scaffolds and bosun chairs, and can even perform rooftop anchor tests themselves.

Of course, our workers aren’t the only ones in a perilous position during the cleaning. Pedestrians on the ground need to know to watch for falling debris in the case of an accidental drop. We always use signage to indicate that a job is in progress so that everyone in the area is informed.

The Benefits of Clean Windows

You want to put your building’s best face forward. The building’s exterior is the first impression visitors will have of your business, and we all know how valuable first impressions are. If your windows are dirty and neglected, it might raise red flags in the minds of potential clients. After all, if you can’t be bothered to keep your windows clean, what other details might you neglect? Texas Best will help you make a good first impression on your future customers.

Clean high-rise windows make a difference in the lives of your employees as well. Studies have shown that plentiful natural light helps elevate moods and tend to make workers more content. If the environment is dark and dingy, workers might feel less motivated to be productive. Your employees deserve the best, so call the best Texas has to offer – Texas Best.

High Rise Window Cleaning in DFW and Austin

High-rise window cleaning requires a specially developed skillset. Less-experienced window cleaners could be a safety liability to themselves and your building, but our seasoned professionals know exactly what they’re doing. With their attention to detail and impeccable safety standards, our team is the best at restoring and maintaining the exterior of high-rise buildings.



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