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As a premiere Paradise Valley window cleaning service, Washh LLC is wholly dedicated to our customers and the exceptional service they expect. Washh LLC will service any home or business with consistent, high-level services and second-to-none professionalism. Our mission is to exceed any and all expectations and we will do just that. Washh LLC will earn customer loyalty and we are committed to job safety, professionalism and dependability. If for any reason our customer feels as though we have fallen short of their expectations, we will, without hesitation provide that customer with 100% customer satisfaction; that is the Washh LLC Guarantee.

Our window washing company offers its commercial and residential Paradise Valley clients boutique customer service, a family owned and operated experience, and the best value for your hard earned bucks! Not only do we provide professional window cleaning in Arcadia, we also provide pressure washing, gutter cleaning, screen cleaning, glass cleaning and post construction window cleaning.

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About the Town of Paradise Valley:

Paradise Valley is the wealthiest suburb of Phoenix. It is known primarily for its many resorts and expensive real estate. However, its history dates back to a more agrarian society.

After the initial European settlement, Paradise Valley was first used for cattle grazing. In the 1880s, when the land was being surveyed so it could be developed into agricultural lots, the name "Paradise Valley" first came into use, being given by surveyors from the Rio Verde Canal Company and its manager at the time, Frank Conkey. According to the official town website, this name may have been chosen due to the abundance of spring wildflowers and Palo Verde trees. Mainly an agricultural area during the 1800s and the first half of the 1900s, the area began to be settled after World War II, on large one to five acre lots for which it became known.

As the neighboring settlements of Phoenix and Scottsdale began to grow and annex adjoining areas, the residents of what would become Paradise Valley were concerned that the qualities they most valued would be lost if they were consumed by their larger neighbors. These residents formed "Citizens Committee for the Incorporation of The Town of Paradise Valley, Arizona." Click here to learn more about Paradise Valley.