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Most homeowners find cleaning their windows a difficult, dangerous and time-consuming chore. It usually involves hanging off ladders, struggling to remove stubborn windows, possible breakage and inevitable streaks.

Class A Service Ltd. can provide you with a staff of trained professionals ready to tackle the toughest of jobs. Our crews are experienced with all types of window cleaning in Winnipeg, from old storms to sliding and casement windows. All of our quotes include wiping of screens and sills.

We provide you with a "no streak guarantee", which means that if for any reason you are not satisfied, we will redo the job at no charge. All of our crews are bonded and insured for your peace of mind.

We Don’t Just Do Windows!

Whether it’s a crumbling concrete staircase, a cracked sidewalk, a broken curb, or an asphalt driveway sorely in need of repairs, Class A can get the job done. Our contractors are highly accomplished and experienced in pavement repair, asphalt work, concrete work, and more.

Eaves Cleaning

Spring or fall is the best time of the year to have your eavetroughs cleaned in order to prevent buildup of leaves and other debris. Class A Service will professionally clean the eaves on your house and garage. We remove all debris and flush the eaves and downspouts to guarantee run off. We would also be happy to take care of any minor repairs that may need to be done.

Awning Cleaning

Class A Service cleans all types of awnings, whether metal or vinyl. We will also remove or install awnings at your request.

Chandelier Cleaning

We remove and clean the glass from your chandeliers to give them a bright, sparkling shine. If you have any bulbs to replace, we can change them at the same time.

Screen and Glass Repair

Class A Service provides complete screen repair onsite. We can also replace single pane glass at your request.

Pressure Washing

Dirt, mold, mildew and spider webs can be unsightly additions to your house, driveway or patio. Class A Service can renew the appearance of these surfaces. We use low-pressure nozzles and can vary the span, depending on the surface. A low pressure setting helps prevent damage to more delicate surfaces, such as stucco and some types of stone. High pressure settings are used on decks, driveways and fences.

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