High Rise Window Cleaning Specialists

high rise window cleaning by Outshine Cleaning Services

High-Rise Window Cleaning

We’ve cleaned up to 70 stories and can go higher if you have a building in need of window cleaning maintenance. We are certified to work with swing stages, boom lifts, and to design and utilize rope descent/access systems.

Outshine is very proud to provide service to the Denver Metro Area from Castle Rock to Boulder, we provide service to the State Capital Complex, Buckley Air Force Base, GSA, Adams County, the Colorado Ballet, and many more.

Do you own or manage a building in Denver? Let us provide you with a free estimate for high-rise window cleaning. Services include one-time cleanings to monthly service.

Service Overview

Great results. You’ll love our work.

Knowledgeable, experienced.

Reliable and affordable services.

SPRAT Level 2 certified.

Solar Cleaning

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(303) 459-2777

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The Right Training

While you can buy rope at Home Depot, you shouldn’t get your window cleaner there. Our $2 million insurance policy and Worker’s Comp cushion our certified SPRAT training, which aids us in our high-rise window cleaning. We know what we’re doing (and no, we don’t get our rope from Home Depot either).

Yes, We Are A Bit Crazy

We love this job. We love that we get paid for high-rise window cleaning! Thrill seekers, yes; but with a purpose. We make dangerous situations safe and dirty windows clean, all while having fun! (that’s why we live in Denver!)

Unique Projects

If it’s hard to describe what exactly you want to be done, but you know it’s “gonna take a ladder or something,” call us. We’re interested. And yes, we can probably do that.

Mandatory Training

We spend more money on training to make sure we are as safe as possible in your building, giving you peace of mind that your cleaning is in good hands!

Building Entrance

Our new hi-mod Viper Pole. Still has a couple of sections left to put out!

Skylights

How much gunk is there on your solar panels? How much power are you losing because of that?