As up-and-coming students in the workplace, we wanted to send the right message to all of our window cleaning competitors out there: it means nothing to be locally-owned unless you are community-driven.
We are well on our way through September. School has started, and our crew of window cleaners are returning to the books.
Our summer ended with a bang. Early season clients called us back for an end-of-summer window clean. Nothing like a bright new view to see the reddening palette of fall leaves. In the meantime, late season rain brought a glut of new eavestrough jobs. From Greely to the Glebe, Ot...
Uniforms: The classic polo is out and new, sleek t-shirts have been ordered. These cotton-fits should offer a more breathable experience for our hard working window cleaners, especially in the humid August air. This should help especially for eavestrough jobs that require concentration over hot tarry shingles. The professional polos will now be passed on to our sales team.
The fall, although many of us will not want to admit it……is fast approaching. Like every year, Ottawa turns into a picture perfect mosaic of warm coloured leaves.
You may find yourself venturing out to Gatineau Park, walking along the picturesque Pink Lake, Wolf Trail or exploring the Mackenzie King Estate. But back at home, the once beautiful, chlorophyll green leaves have transformed and fallen....
It has been a busy yet exciting first four days manning the telephone lines at Ottawa Student Windows. I have had the pleasure of speaking with so many wonderful clients to follow up on Responsibids for bookings, to answer any questions about the window and eavestrough cleaning services we offer, or to follow up with clients on their experience with our teams' work at their home.