COVID-19 Update

As we continue to monitor the spread of COVID-19 we wanted to share with you the steps we've taken to help minimize the impact of COVID-19:

  • We will continue to do all exterior work as long as your location fits within the social distancing guidelines.
  • We are scheduling interior work. While in your home or business we will be happy to wear a face cover and / or adhere to social distancing guidelines, whichever you are most comfortable with.
  • We will also continue to provide estimates for all new work requests. Estimates will be done by walking around the outside of your home or business and left at your front door or e-mailed to you, whichever you prefer.

Light Fixture Cleaning by Kelps Window Cleaning

We can clean any light fixture or skylight for your home, inside and outside. We have the experience to clean everything from a large crystal or glass chandelier in your foyer, ceiling fans in your family room, or coach lights on the exterior of your home.

What can you expect when calling Kelps Window Cleaning for your light fixture cleaning needs?
  • A prompt, written estimate outlining all work to be performed.
  • Fully insured through American Family Insurance.
  • Customizable services to meet every budget and need.
  • Friendly, clean cut, fully trained, English speaking, uniformed employees who have passed background checks and drug screenings.
  • The owner supervises or performs all interior work.
  • We remove our shoes at the door or use shoe covers. We wouldn't wear our shoes in our own homes and we treat your home with the same respect.
  • All of our ladders are fully padded insuring a non-marking surface to protect your walls and siding.
  • Last but not least, a perfect, streak-free fixture every time, all the time.
Dan was very professional. He arrived before our appointed time, that was a pleasant surprise. He was efficient and thorough and went beyond my expectations for the job. Working with Dan was a great experience. I would surely hire Dan again. — Plainfield, IL on May 14, 2010.