Lake Norman
704-799-0313
Charlotte
980-359-0181

Here at Squeegee Pros, we strive to inform and educate each applicant of the many aspects and requirements of working for our company. We want to avoid any surprises for employees or potential sub-contractors so we have assembled this summary to give you a better idea of what is expected. After reading this summary, if you feel like this is the kind of place you would like to be a part of and proud to represent, please continue with the application process.

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If this opportunity doesn't sound like your cup of tea, thank you for considering our company and good luck in your continued career search. Positions we hire for include Technicians (window cleaning and pressure washing), Outside Sales, Administrative, and Management. Here, we will focus on residential and commercial technicians. If applying for our other positions, please click here or the link below to apply.

Our window cleaning crews are made up of hard working, loyal, professional, safety minded, talented, enthusiastic, quality workers. They are customer service experts that can anticipate what the customer requires to be completely satisfied.

All of our residential uniformed technicians leave in wrapped company trucks (SqueegeeMobiles) from our facility in Mooresville or from their homes depending on where they reside, with all the tools needed to get the jobs done. They travel all over Charlotte and the surrounding area cleaning windows inside & out, gutters, and pressure washing of customers' homes.

All of our commercial technicians leave in their own vehicles from their respective homes, also with all the tools needed to get the jobs done. They have specific close area routes in certain areas of town. However, that town could be anywhere in the region we cover. These areas are comprised of Charlotte, Columbia, Greenville, Asheville, Boone, Winston Salem, Raleigh, Monroe and anywhere in between.

All of our uniformed regional floater crews travel all over Charlotte and the surrounding area cleaning windows and pressure washing. These crews however can be sent out of town in company trucks anywhere east of the Mississippi working many of the national chains we have contracted with.

Our technicians work an average 40 hours a week, earning a performance percentage of what they complete (which can be quite substantial at times), and they have very flexible schedules. Working for Squeegee Pros also means much more than just a paycheck. Of course that's the reason why you get a job in the first place but wouldn't it be nice to know when you go to work you are receiving more than money. As a window cleaner you actually brighten people's day. You are performing a service that people really do not like to do on their own and because of your training and learned ability, the customers are greeting you into their homes or businesses with a smile and letting you leave with their thanks and appreciation (and maybe even a tip!). By the end of each day you will have had at least a handful of compliments praising you as a person and your work as well.

This job also lets you experience living in a growing metropolis area. Meeting and conversing with all walks of life keeps the day full of learning experiences. You'll develop friendship bonds with your co-workers that can continue to grow even if you move onto a new career path.

You'll work for a management team that encourages and supports its employees to better themselves however they feel they need to. Squeegee Pros has stood by them all by writing letters of referral, loaning money, giving paid vacation time, giving life advice, providing health insurance, giving paid personal time, and bereavement time. We've had employees leave to continue their education and have welcomed them back whenever they had the time available to give us. We have had our employees move on to different jobs and have always left the door open for them to come back if they ever wanted to and some have. We understand that our technicians need to be happy with their lives in order for them to perform with excellence here. Because of that we offer our help to our employees in any way we are able. We understand that life is a balance.

If you think you'll fit in with our business model as described, then please see what else we require below.

  • 18 years or older.
  • May start work by 6:30 AM.
  • Able to sometimes work Saturdays when needed.
  • Able to work more than 12 hours a day at times.
  • Residential candidates must be FEARLESS of heights. Ladder work is a necessity and no other job in the world uses ladders on a daily basis like our residential window cleaners do.
  • Commercial storefront route work does not use ladders.
  • Able to lift 50-60lbs.
  • Must be able to stand on feet for long periods of time.
  • Must be able to do repetitive motion with hands, wrist and arms.
  • Must be able to work with arms above head.
  • Must be able to bend and squat to ground level.
  • Must be able to work in temperatures ranging from 0 to 110 degrees.
  • Must be able to assemble, lift and climb ladders up to 32 feet.
  • Must be able to lift and control long pole.
  • Must have a valid driver's license.
  • Must have reliable transportation. You will be required to drive your own vehicle to storefronts if commercial and drive to get company truck if residential.
  • Must have liability car insurance.
  • Must have ability to read a street guide and follow directions.
  • Must have a friendly personality and be willing to please the customer.
  • Must write legibly.
  • Must be able to count money and make change.
  • Must be willing to wear a company uniform as an employee.
  • Must be self-motivated and accept responsibility for working independently.
  • Employees are personally and financially responsible for all work and equipment issued to them.


If you've got what it takes, we'll provide the rest:

  • Technique and Safety Training
  • Professional Equipment
  • Paid Vacation for W-2 employees
  • Group Health Insurance where applicable
  • Awesome Learning Potential
  • Competitive Pay with Regular Performance Reviews
  • Bonus, Incentive, and Promotion Potential

Basic Requirements of the Job:

Grooming Standards / Appearance
When customers pay us hundreds of dollars to clean their windows, they have certain expectations of what they are paying for. With these expectations and image to uphold, first impressions are everything. Good grooming is a very important aspect of our image. Combined with a positive attitude, a pleasant personality and a clean uniform, good grooming helps make the customer comfortable with the person performing the service, and the customer deserves that. For this reason, piercings, tattoos and body art must be able to be adequately covered or removed during business hours. Employees are expected to shower, have clean hair and wear deodorant, every day. This is non-negotiable and absolutely required to be accepted into someone's home or business.

Smoking
We have a smoke-free office and do not allow smoking on a job. If you can't stop smoking (suggested), there are opportunities between jobs or during a break that you may smoke. This is allowed as long as you do not smell of smoke when you return to work. We suggest investing in a bottle of Febreeze and spraying yourself completely before returning to work. Customers can smell that you have been smoking even if you think they can't. We recommend a nicotine patch or other nicotine alternative while working. The scent of smoke is not something our customers want to smell and many are sensitive or have allergic reactions to it. Also smoking is not permissible in any of our company vehicles. This is non-negotiable and also absolutely required to be accepted into someone's home or business.

Background Test / Drug Testing
As stated earlier, customers deserve to be comfortable with who they have chosen to provide service for them. Squeegee Pros wants to be confident in the technicians it sends into someone's home or business. Our employees do not have criminal backgrounds and are not under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs. For these reasons, employment with us is contingent upon passing a background check. We also reserve the right to conduct random drug tests. This is non-negotiable and absolutely required to be accepted into someone's home or business.

Teamwork
A large majority of a technician's time is spent working independently cleaning windows. Sometimes it is beneficial to have two or more people work together on a job that day. You will be expected to work together equally in order to get the work done.

Non-Compete Agreement
At Squeegee Pros, we are willing to invest our time and effort into training you, without any prior experience, to be a Window Cleaning Technician and more. The learning process is ongoing but it will conservatively take 90 days to be fully trained on all aspects of the trade. At that point, most window cleaners are averaging $15-$35 per hour and more (determined by our Daily Production Value tracking). In return for our investment, we ask that you sign a non-compete agreement.

How We Pay You

  • At your current job, do you do more work than your co-workers but get paid the same?
  • Do you have a history of high performance only to feel taken advantage of?
  • Are you the one holding it all together while the rest of the help slacks off?
  • Do you wish you could be paid based on the quality and amount of work you did rather than the hours it took? 
We pay our window cleaners on a "Performance-Based" pay system. After your initial training period, you will be paid a variable $ amount for each job, depending on the job size/level of difficulty. This is usually reflected by the price of each job. The bigger/more difficult the job/higher the price, the more money it is worth to the cleaner. How quickly you complete the job will determine the $/hr rate that you worked.

Employment

A company's most important resource is its employees!
Squeegee Pros, Inc. is a successful, growing exterior building maintenance firm. We have built a solid reputation by consistently providing a service that is safe, effective and cost-efficient. We are always looking for energetic and eager individuals to join our team. Job opportunities are open for Managers, Sales and Marketing Personnel and Technician Field Specialists.

Please call our Office for employment opportunities at (704) 799-0313.
We are located at: 904 Brawely School Rd., Mooresville, NC 28117

Please download and complete the 2 forms below and bring them into the above address.
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Squeegee Pros is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Squeegee Pros FAQs

How Do You Clean Windows?

How to Clean Windows:

Every glass window needs cleaning to look good. This is not as easy a task as you may think. Following a few small steps, cleaning windows can be done without much effort and time.

1. The first thing to do when deciding to clean windows is to choose the time of day when visibility is best. Professional window cleaners typically choose early morning, or later in the afternoon when the sun is not directly on the glass you will be cleaning.  The sun will dry the glass fast and will most likely leave streaks. To avoid this risk, it is better to choose a cloudy day so that the sun cannot dry the cleaning agent.

2. Before you start cleaning the windows, it is necessary to clean the windows and openings first. A tip is to pass a brush with wide bristles between the cracks in the window to eliminate dust.

3. Divide into parts and start from top to bottom.

4. There are many specific products for window cleaning, but if you want to wash your windows like a pro, you will need a squeegee, and a mixture of dish soap and water.

5. Use a scrubbing cloth or window mop to get the soapy water all over the glass; scrub harder on the dirty spots. Now use the squeegee to gently pull all the soapy water off the glass.

This should leave the windows spot-free and looking great!

What is the best way to clean windows streak free?

It is a common desire to get your widows spotless.

Is it even possible to achieve this feat? Yes, it is possible to clean windows streak-free if you follow basic steps or with the help of professional window cleaners in your city. The prime tip for a clean window is avoiding using towels, rags, or paper towel glass cleaners. The reason is that these "cleaners" will simply move dirt around your glass and will show when the sun shines through your windows.

Using a spot-free water rinse, or a squeegee will give you the best odds for perfect results.  Spot-free window cleaning utilizes water that has had all the contaminates removed.  Scrubbing the glass, and then rinsing it off will remove any spots or smears and leave it sparkling.  Finally, rinse with pure water further to remove the remaining streaks.

This great information was provided to us from Travis with Professional Window Cleaning in Denver.

What is the Best Window Cleaning Solution?

When it comes to homemade window cleaning solutions, you can't beat ordinary household vinegar. It has an antibacterial, germ-killing acidity which works wonders on just about any surface, including windows. And it's all-natural and non-toxic, so it's perfectly safe to keep around the house.

For the best results, you'll need to create a mixture of white vinegar and warm water, then apply it to the window with a sponge. The amount of dirt that has accumulated on your windows will determine how strong your vinegar solution needs to be. On average, a 50-50 split should be fine, but if the window in question is particularly dirty, you could even try straight vinegar.

A frequent problem with homemade window cleaning solutions is the streaks they leave behind on the glass. With vinegar, that's not a problem. The great thing about vinegar is that it's cheap and easy to come by, while its effectiveness has been celebrated by home-care gurus the world over.

Professional window cleaners typically use a simple dish detergent such as Dawn liquid as their best window cleaning solution.  The key to this is the commercial squeegee that pulls off all the dirt from the glass and leaves it perfectly clean.

How Do You Clean High Windows?

When it comes to cleaning high windows, there are a few different approaches you can take. It all depends on just how high they are. If it's several stories up, for example, then you're going to need to invest in a ladder. But make sure you are taking all the relevant safety precautions when you set up, such as checking that its "feet" are completely flat against the ground. Uneven ground could throw you off balance and puts you at greater risk of an accident. It might even be worth shopping around for a ladder with non-slip feet. Also, you will need to check that the ground is firm- you don't want to run the risk of your ladder sinking in the mud.

Alternatively, if you don't have a head for heights, your best bet might be to use an extendable window cleaning pole that will allow you to reach upstairs windows without leaving ground. This is certainly a safer option, but of course it won't allow you to reach those really high spots.

Special thanks to Nick at Century Pyramid Building Maintenance for this information

Where do I Find the Best Commercial Window Cleaners?

Are you looking for exceptional commercial window cleaning services? We have got you covered.

Windows allow natural light into your commercial spaces for a pleasant and productive work environment. However, dust and dirt can discolor the windows, leading to an unpleasant look. Contact from hands can also leave behind unpleasant smudges on the windows. Luckily, our business is here to solve all your window cleaning problems. We offer commercial window cleaning services for Charlotte ,NC & Lake Norman, NC.
We can handle any job size!

Call us and see why we are North Carolina's highest rated professional window cleaning service!

What is the Best Way to Wash Windows?

Are you wondering what is the best way to wash windows?

The answer is somewhat comical, but serious: let someone else do it!

Whether you're a commercial business or residential home owner, cleaning windows is not only a hassle but a liability at that. Even if you go through the effort of finding ladders, cleaning solution, and other supplies, your windows will go right back to grimy and dirty in a flash.

The best way to wash windows is to hire an experienced professional window cleaning company who has the right equipment, experience, and expertise. This will eliminate any chance of damage to you or your home or business. The specialized tools and solutions used by window washing professionals mean that your windows will stay clearer, longer.

Skylights, hard-to-reach areas, and decorative glass are best handled by experienced pros. Your neighbors and customers will be amazed at the difference. Don't risk your health by climbing up a ladder and taking things into your own hands.

Window services are easily affordable and a great way to take a load off your shoulders--literally!

Poorman Window Cleaning  in Boise, Idaho  provided us this snippet of information.

How much does window cleaning cost?

Windows are crucial components in our houses as they allow us to view the outside without getting out of the house. However, when it reaches a point where you cannot separate the windows from the walls, then it's time to ponder window cleaning.

Literally, many people dislike the idea of washing windows. And if your dwelling is two stories or more, cleaning your windows can expose you to risks that can eventually endanger your life. That's why it's essential to have the job handled by professionals.

How much does window cleaning cost? The cost to have  window cleaners come to your home or business is mainly based on the number of panes contained in a glass. A standard double-hung window comprises two panes.

The standard window cleaning cost ranges from $4 to $10 a pane. But, various window cleaning service providers charge per hour. Sometimes, the cleaning company can charge a general fee for cleaning all the windows in the house, including the screens and doors.

The cost of window cleaning is also influenced by other variables such as the number of windows, dirt level, accessibility, etc.

A very filthy glass will demand additional tools and equipment, which will also increase the cleaning time. This will eventually lead to an increase in the final cleaning cost.

A house will more windows will cost more than that will a few windows. So, if yours has more windows, expect to pay more.

If windows are positioned in hard-to-reach places, the cleaning company will be forced to use ladders and other special tools to get the windows clean. This will also take more time to clean than windows positioned at easily accessible positions. Therefore, if yours are positioned in difficult-to-reach places, you can expect to pay more.

Content provided by Clear View Window Cleaning.

How to Wash Exterior Windows

Step 1: Use A Good Window Cleaning Solution

Before starting your window washing, you need an excellent cleaning solution. So, you should use clean water and a dish washing detergent such as Dawn. a 1/8 cup of dish washing liquid in 3 gallons of water will do the job just fine.

Step 2: Bring All The Right Equipment

You will need good quality equipment to wash your windows. T-bars, squeegees, a ladder, buckets, scrapers, distilled water, and microfibers are truly useful. High windows can be washed using water-fed poles.

Step 3: Apply The Right Techniques

First of all, wet your windows. Then, apply the solution. After that, use squeegees to clean the windows. You should use soft brushes to clean the window panels. But, use the scrapers carefully to remove tough layers of grime.

Step 4:  Clean Your Windows Safely

Observing OSHA ladder safety, or using window washing poles in order to keep your feet on the ground will decrease your odds of being injured.

Professional window cleaners can wash your windows flawlessly. They are experienced and trained. So, you can contact them to clean your exterior windows.

How to Wash Windows Without Streaks

After cleaning your windows, streaks may appear on them. Now, this is a common scenario. You may not know - how to have streak-free residential window cleaning.  Here are some tips:

How To Wash Windows Without Streaks

1) Don't Use Paper To Wipe Windows

Newspapers or common clothes are not good for wiping your windows. So, use a professional squeegee or microfiber cloths to wipe your windows. With this method, your windows may not have streaks on them.

2) Rinse Windows With Pure Water

Your home's hard water has many impurities. Minerals in (home) water can leave streaks on your windows. But, pure water has no artificial substances in it. It's pure ,so after drying, it leaves no spots on your glass.

3) Choose A Cloudy Day

A sunny day can evaporate the liquid on your glass quickly. As a result, your windows may have spots on them. Try to choose a cloudy day to do your residential window cleaning task. Thus, you can have great windows without streaks.

Professional window cleaners know many tricks and techniques to wash windows. Therefore, you can contact professionals to have streak-free windows.

Content provided by Pine Country Window Cleaning in Flagstaff, AZ.

Roof Cleaning Services

When a terrible storm just left the area, there is no doubt your roof is now in pretty bad condition. The next thing to do would be to hire companies that provide roof cleaning services. Here are a few reasons why it would be important to hire a roof cleaning company:

Saves Time

When you try and do it yourself, you are going to spend tons of time trying to learn it. Of course, you won't have to deal with that when you avail of roof cleaning services since they have been doing it for a pretty long time. You would rather spend that time learning the roof cleaning process doing something else. After all, it is a lot harder than it looks as there are too many things to learn.

Saves Money

There will be no need to buy additional roofing materials that you won't be using much in the future. When you hire roofers, they are already equipped with the right equipment in order to accomplish the task as short and efficient as possible. It does not mean that they are in a hurry. They just would not want to keep you waiting.

Safety is Important

If you decide to do it yourself then you will need to take a ladder and scale the place in order to reach the roof. If you are afraid of heights then you will find out how scary it is to be right up there. Thus, you will be able to rest easy knowing you don't really need to do that difficult chore.

In conclusion, hiring a company that provides roof cleaning services is the way to go and there is a reason why it is pretty common nowadays. Better read those unbiased reviews about each roof cleaning company that you are looking at in order to arrive with a good decision regarding which one you would hire.

This information was provided to us by Xcellent Xteriors in Florida.

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How Do You Clean Windows With a Waterfed Pole?

 A waterfed pole is connected to a hose that delivers water at high pressure up to 80 feet in the air. The operator attaches a detergent solution so that streaks and grime are easily removed by washing them away with the power of pure H2O alone.

This system is popular for use on historic buildings, as it has less environmental impact than other methods and takes far less time - it can take just moments to reach all those difficult-to-reach places that normal ladders can't access. Windows spend much of their life facing into the sun which damages them over time - when you start with clean windows, you're protecting your investment from damage caused by atmospheric pollutants such as dust, UV rays, and bird droppings!
Thanks to Peter at Glass Act Pro Wash or this information!
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