Service Area, Lancaster PA, Window Cleaning



If you are in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and you need Window Cleaning, Power washing, Solar Panel Cleaning and/or Roof Cleaning , take a look around our website to learn more! We know you will want to tell your friends about the Mr Window Difference.  We service many homes and offices in the Lancaster area, and we hope that you’ll allow us to service your Lancaster property.

Zip Codes Serviced: 17601,17602,17603,17604,17605,17603
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania  Lancaster County Government Center
150 N Queen St.
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603
Ph: 717-299-8000
Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Local Utilities:

Cable, Phone, Internet: Comcast Cable Xfinity
Phone, Internet: Qwest Communications
Water & Sewer: Lancaster Area Sewer Authority
Power: PP&L Electric
Gas: UGI Utilities 
Communications: Verizon wireless

Local News:

FOX 43



Your Residential or Commercial needs can be met by Mr Windows! We would like you to know that we are the proud window cleaners at, Lancaster PA,. Window cleaning in Lancaster is an honor. Lancaster Window Cleaners at great prices are few and far between, but we love window cleaning, especially at Lancaster, PA.


Lancaster City has been in the process of recreating itself recently,[when?] and there has been a growth of specialty shops, boutiques, bars, clubs, and reinvestment in downtown institutions and locations. In 2005 the creation of “Gallery Row” solidified the status of Lancaster as an arts destination. The art community continues to thrive and expand.
There are also plans to convert an area of unused polluted industrial grounds (i.e., brownfields), which were once occupied by Armstrong World Industries, into playing fields for Franklin & Marshall College. This action is expected to take up most of the former industrial site. The Northwest Corridor will be developed with funds from Lancaster General Hospital. The hospital plans to create a mixed-use development which will add several city blocks to Lancaster’s grid.
Another brownfield site is Burle Business Park, the City’s only commercial and industrial park. Devoted to adaptive re-use, this facility originally opened in 1942 as a U.S. Navy electronics research, development and manufacturing plant that was operated by RCA. The Navy facility was purchased after World War II by RCA. Burle Business Park was originally occupied by Burle Industries, the successor company to the RCA New Products Division following the 1986 acquisition of RCA by General Electric Company (GE). The GE acquisition of RCA resulted in the divestiture of this facility and the electronic business, but GE retained certain environmental liabilities that were subdivided into a separate parcel. Burle Industries is a major manufacturer of vacuum tube products, including photomultiplier tubes, power tubes, and imaging tubes. and is the largest U.S. manufacturer of photomultiplier tubes. Burle Industries has completed a voluntary clean-up under the Pennsylvania Land Recycling Program (“Act 2”).