Who We Are...
Born with a "golden squeegee" in his hand, Dean, owner of The Irish Guy Cleaning Co., is a second-generation window cleaner with over 20 years of experience.
Growing up in Ireland, he spent his summers working for his father's window cleaning business. After moving stateside, in 2014, this Irish guy decided to keep to his roots and start his own window cleaning company. Since then, this family owned & operated business has built a reputation for quality work, reliable service, & client satisfaction.
Whether you want your home to gleam with pride, your office to look professional, or your store front to welcome customers, The Irish Guy cleaning team will take care of it with attention to detail and commitment to a job well done.
Get in touch today to receive a customized quote based on your needs.
Family owned & family run...
What We Do...
Our talented team works hard every day to provide the best service to our clients all around the St Augustine area. Since its founding, The Irish Guy Cleaning Company has built a reputation for excellent service & professional know-how.
We cater to your individual needs, whether it's a job that's big or small, ensuring that you get the results you need & deserve.
Below is a brief look at what we are here to help you with:
Here in the Sunshine State we are no strangers to salt, pollen, debris from blustery storms, & other pollutants that get on our windows. Regular cleanings keep windows in tip top shape. Click here to see how we do it.
(Did you know? Regularly cleaning your windows saves you money. See how on our Tips & Tricks page!)
Mold & algae love our Central Florida climate so we're here for you when you want your driveway, pathways, patio, roof, pool deck & enclosure, shed, etc., cleaned of unsightly discoloring. Here's how we do it.
(Check out these Tips & Tricks we've compiled for you to keep mold & algae at bay between cleanings!)
To see a full menu of our cleaning services, including add-ons,
visit the What We Do pages!
What Our Clients Say...
"Excellent job. Windows looked awesome. A bird would not know the window was there."
— Shafi W.