Are you looking for a professional window cleaning contractor, but have no idea where to begin? You’ve come to the right place. The International Window Cleaning Association wants to help you ask the right questions to ensure you are getting the best service as possible. If you have additional questions, please contact IWCA headquarters and we will be more than happy to assist you.
Is your window cleaner properly insured with both workers comp and general liability coverage?
Does your window cleaner have the experience to effectively and efficiently complete your job on time?
Has your window cleaner been properly trained in safe practices?
Is your window cleaner knowledgeable about proper cleaning methods and glass quality issues?
Does your window cleaner represent him or herself in a professional manner, making sure that you can take pride in the quality product provided to your business?
IWCA: Your resource for hiring window cleaning professionals.
- Industry Resource
Through education programs and publications, IWCA members promote industry-wide standards of practice.
- Safety Education
The IWCA Hands-on Safety Training Seminar provides both extensive classroom training and hands-on instruction of boom-lift safety, ladder safety and self-rescue techniques. Each participant is trained on the proper safety procedures under the direction of Stefan Bright, IWCA’s Safety Director.
IWCA is your partner in protecting your investment!
IWCA members have access to educational resources, safety training, networking, insurance providers and professional tools that give them the advantage to better fit YOUR needs. IWCA is continually developing and identifying resources that will elevate the standard of practice within the industry.
sure your window cleaning professional is an IWCA member. All members
are listed online for easy access to find window cleaning professionals
and manufacturers of window cleaning products. Window cleaning
professionals are just a click away! Members are easy to find either by
company name or geographic area.