Who We Are
Clear Cut Window Cleaning was founded in 2008 by Matt Herringshaw. We’re Minnesota local, and based out of the northern Twin Cities suburbs. We’re cleaning windows all around the metro area. Customer service is our number one priority. If our customer is not satisfied, we will gladly fix the problem – no questions asked.
What We Do
We’re servicing the Minneapolis – Saint Paul area by providing these key services. We always ensure that we do the best work that can be done. If you’re interested in a quote, click the button below to be directed to our online form.
We service all kinds of windows and glass on both commercial and residential properties. On most exterior glass we use what is called “pure water” to clean windows. We believe that it is the most effective and safest way to clean.
We’re available to pressure wash almost any kind of exterior surface or material. We specialize in walkways, driveways, decks, and siding.
We clean gutters and downspouts – typically by hand to ensure we are as effective as possible. Once we’re finished, we make sure we leave the surrounding area as clean as it was before we arrived.
Our mission is to be the best window cleaning company in the Twin Cities, providing great careers for people, adding value to our clients, and doing business in a way that reflects the foundational values we live by.
We think that clean windows are one of those subtle things that transform a living space, business, or building. One of the things that we often hear from our clients is that they didn’t realize that the windows were as dirty as they were – which I think is kind of a metaphor for the way life can become.
A living space or building is the context in which people build families, enjoy relationships, do meaningful work, and spend their precious time in. Clean windows are often one of the key differences between a space that’s been neglected, and one that’s revitalized and clean.
My sister is a Photographer, and one of the things she talks about is the importance of lighting. When you look out a window, you are gaining a bit of perspective, and when the windows are clear – that perspective is enhanced.