Serving Oak Harbor, Whidbey Island, Coupeville, Anacortes, Burlington, and Mt. Vernon, A Clean Streak is Skagit and Island Counties’ most trustworthy window, gutter, and roof cleaning business. We take great pride in our work and use the newest eco-friendly detergents and practices.

If you aren’t satisfied, we’ll come back and do it again!

Window Cleaning

Soft scrub of window exterior and interior; screen cleaning; may include track, sill, and frame cleaning.

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Gutter Cleaning

Removal of debris by hand; proper disposal of debris; unclogging of downspouts.

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Roof Cleaning

A soft-wash application of an eco-friendly treatment that prevents moss, lichen, and algae growth for at least two years.

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Pressure Washing

Blast away difficult-to-remove stains and dirt from your driveway, sidewalk, patio, fence, and other surfaces.

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Ask the Experts – Cleaning Window Tracks

The Cleaning Experts at  A Clean Streak answer your toughest cleaning questions.

 Window Tracks Need Cleaning

Help! My window tracks need cleaning!

Malinda A from Burlington asks: Your blog post last month about cleaning window screens was really helpful. I used your tricks, my screens are looking great, and my house is lighter and brighter (well, it least it is when the sun peeks out from behind these rain clouds). But I still have a cleaning problem – my window tracks are filthy. I’ve tried wiping them with paper towels, I’ve tried using a “magic sponge”, and I’ve even tried vacuuming them, but no matter what I do, there are still deposits of icky hard dirt in the cracks and corners that I can’t seem to loosen up. I’m thinking that a spray on oven-cleaner might do the trick, but I really don’t want to use that kind of chemical in my house. Do you have any special secrets you could share with me?

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Ask the Experts – Cleaning Window Screens

The Cleaning Experts at  A Clean Streak answer your toughest cleaning questions.

Cleaning Window ScreensSamantha M. from Anacortes asks: Now that winter is almost over (I hope), I really want to let the sunshine in…but my window screens are just filthy. I know that the best way to clean them is to take them out, but some of them just won’t budge. Do you have any tips you can share to help me clean my screens while they’re still in place?

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Ask the Experts – Cleaning Plastic Windows

The Cleaning Experts at  A Clean Streak answer your toughest cleaning questions.

Plastic Window Cleaning TipsRay G. from Mount Vernon asks: Here’s an interesting one for you. My wife and I just purchased a home with a finished basement. Originally, we thought that the basement windows were installed with glass panes coated with plastic sheeting (and we fully intended on removing the discolored coating). But, we just discovered that the panes are actually made of plastic, and it’s the panes themselves that need cleaning. We want to remove the grime and water spots, but we’re really not interested in scratching the plastic panes. Do you have any expert advice you could share with us?

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Ask the Experts – Cleaning Skylights

The Cleaning Experts at  A Clean Streak answer your toughest cleaning questions.

Penny M. from Burlington asks: We moved into a lovely home a few years ago.Skylights Need Cleaning What really sold us on the house were the glass skylights installed in both the kitchen and the living room — especially since our winters can be so grey and dark. Well, after a couple of years of cooking and just general living, our skylights aren’t letting in nearly as much light as they used to, but cleaning them seems like a daunting project. Any tips you could share?

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