Can I Trust a Contractor to Be in My Home Alone?
In this day and age when the whole family is 'busy busy' there may well be days during the week when no one is home until evening time, it may be a source of stress to have to schedule some service by a contractor inside your home when nobody is there. Among the services that often require a contractor to be in your house is window cleaning. The potential reasons for uncertainly and trepidation are several. Will they snoop around? Will they lock up? Will they steal anything? Will they take their shoes off or wear shoe covers? No doubt other concerns exist as well. What if there is a genuine accident and injury results? Will you be held liable?This chap probably shouldn't have been allowed to work in your home without supervision. It's definitely presumptuous for a contractor to make himself 'at home' in a customer's home without prior permission.
Practical Advice for Deciding
My Thoughts and Experiences as a Residential Window Cleaner
"Do You Need to Get Inside My House?"
Consider the Big Picture
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Dan Wagner Window Cleaning has been serving home and business owners since 1986. Areas covered include Honesdale, Hawley, Narrowsburg, Beach Lake, Damascus, Pleasant Mount, Equinunk, Forest City, Carbondale, Scranton, Dunmore, Lake Ariel, Mount Pocono, Tannersville, Stroudsburg, and others.