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Due to the extremely risky nature of a window cleaning services business, the cost of insurance coverage for window cleaning operations in NYC has skyrocketed over the last decade. Nowadays proper insurance coverage has become prohibitively expensive for many window cleaning companies of 20 people or less. To be able to provide a Certificate of Insurance (COI) they settle for Janitorial insurance, although such policy provides NO coverage for window cleaning operations on high-rise buildings!
MANAGE YOU RISK WHILE YOU CAN!Our main goal is to provide exceptional customer service while transcending our clients’ expectations. Our staff believes in the principles of honesty and integrity.
We take pride in the quality of our work and ultimately, customer satisfaction. Simon’s Professional Window Cleaning Company is built on our clients’ referrals to their friends, family, and neighbors.
Our window cleaning workers have all been through a rigorous training process. Apart from window care professionals, our employees are always courteous, polite, reliable and punctual. Simon’s Professional Window Cleaning Company guarantees that every window washed by our professional cleaners will be to your liking!
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ART OR SCIENCE?

New York was always a melting pot for people to converge from all over the world to realize their dreams, whether it is to become an architect or a window cleaner. Due to different architectural expression all over NYC, there are no two buildings with windows exactly alike; therefore, mastering the process of cleaning of windows in NYC is an art, as opposed to a science. In other words, there are no 2 window cleaners who would clean the same window exactly the same way. Like architects, window cleaners express themselves through their work ethics, taking pride in what we they do.
Here are 3 simple questions to ask the insurance broker of your vendor:

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Is exterior window cleaning
covered by the policy?
What is the height
limitation on the policy?
And lastly, does the policy cover 1099 employees?