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Exterior Cleaning in Montreal

Window Cleaning

No matter the time of year, be it during the mild winter or during the hot and humid summer, you can count on us to clean your windows. Our window cleaning service is efficient, fast and durable.

How do we do it? Very simply, we set a meeting date with you, to suit your schedule, and one of our experts goes to your home to clean your windows using our state-of-the-art equipment. of technology.

The satisfaction of our customers is for us a priority, so we will be with you from the beginning to the end of the process!

Gutter cleaning

Whether your gutters are filled with dust, litter, dead leaves or even snow, contact Maintenance 123 now to get your quote on gutter cleaning.

It may seem trivial to have to deal with an external company to clean your gutters, but you also ensure the cleanliness of your gutters, their durability and your safety. Rather than having to do some acrobatics at the end of a ladder, trust the certified expert professionals at Entretien 123.

High pressure washing

There was a time when washing was necessarily done with succinct rubbing and a lot of effort. With the arrival of the high-pressure jet wash, sweat drops and back pain are a thing of the past.

Instead of paying a small fortune to get your own high-pressure jet washing equipment, trust the 123 Maintenance Experts. Not only will you benefit from high-pressure jet washing, you’ll also benefit from the 123 Maintenance expertise. as well as advice from our experts to maximize the high-pressure jet wash.

Evolution of Montreal for 10 Years

The city of Montreal has evolved considerably since the last decade: construction sites have proliferated, be it construction sites on roads, condominiums, new buildings, etc. In addition, it is now possible to benefit from many services for which it was mandatory to travel online. That’s without counting the administrative, political, population changes and so on.

Despite this blatant evolution, Entretien 123 remains and will remain the reference in terms of window cleaning, gutter cleaning and high-pressure jet washing in the beautiful region of the city of Montreal.

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The Montreal neighborhoods we serve and their particularities


It’s since the municipal reorganizations of 2002 that the Ahuntsic and Cartierville neighborhoods are one. Located north of the island of Montreal, on the banks of the Rivière des Prairies, the Ahuntsic-Cartierville neighborhood is one of two nuclei in terms of population in Montreal. A stone’s throw from Laval, the Ahuntsic-Cartierville neighborhood is renowned, among other things, for the Ahuntsic College and the private André-Grasset College.


Anjou is located at the intersection of Highway 25 and the Metropolitan Highway. Historically speaking, Anjou takes its name from Anjou, a city founded in 1956 from the parish of Saint-Léonard-de-Port-Maurice. Today, Anjou is known for its shopping centers, which make it the place of choice for Quebeckers.


Formerly two former cities annexed to the city of Montreal, Côte-des-Neiges and Notre-Dame-de-Grace met during the Quebec municipal reorganizations of 2002. Côte-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grace is the the most populous borough of the island of Montreal with its 168,000 inhabitants. There are many students; the district is also known for being very multicultural, welcoming nearly 75 different ethnic groups.


It is no surprise that the Lachine borough takes its name from the canal of the same name, the Lachine Canal. Located in the southwest of the island of Montreal, Lachine is a municipality resulting from the merger of the cities of Lachine and Saint-Pierre in the year 2000. Today, Lachine is known to have in the one of the largest industrial districts of the metropolis.


Located in the southwest corner of the island of Montreal, on the shores of the St. Lawrence River and facing the Lachine Rapids, the LaSalle borough experienced a boom in its development thanks to the industrial activity of the Lachine Canal. Today, LaSalle still has a prominent industrial sector within the metropolis, and is considered a commercial area near the city center.

Le Plateau-Mont-Royal

Generally referred to simply as Le Plateau, Plateau-Mont-Royal is located east of Mile End and Milton Park. The neighborhood is divided into two distinct sections: West Plateau west of Christopher Columbus Avenue and East Plateau, east of Christopher Columbus Avenue, all bounded by Sherbrooke Street to the south and by railroad to the north. The Plateau is one of the most populous arrondissements of metropolises with some 100,000 inhabitants.

Le Sud-Ouest

The Southwest borough, as the name suggests, is adjacent to southwestern downtown Montreal. In the past, the Sud-Ouest borough consisted of villages whose vocation was rural or semi-rural. Today, the neighborhood continues to grow after more than 30 years of decline, thanks to the reopening of the Lachine Canal in 2002.


Consisting of the former municipalities of L’Île-Bizard and Sainte-Geneviève, L’Île-Bizard-Sainte-Geneviève borough has an area of almost 25 km2 and a population of nearly 20,000. The district is part of the archipelago of Hochelaga and is thus wet by the Lake of Two Mountains both on its western and northern shores.


Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, Mercier-Ouest and Mercier-Est, three working-class neighborhoods divided by Highway 25, make up the Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve borough. Located east of the island of Montreal, the Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve borough is renowned for its tourist attractions, including the Montréal Botanical Garden, the Olympic Stadium and the Biodôme. Thanks to the Green Line, the borough is connected to downtown Montreal.


Obviously the Montreal-North borough is located north of the island of Montreal! With a surface area of approximately 11 km2 for nearly 85,000 inhabitants, the borough is recognized for its few important commercial sectors, including the Henri-Bourassa Boulevard from Salk to Rolland, Pie-IX Boulevard and Léger Boulevard. from Lacordaire to Langelier and rue Charleroi.


Former municipality became today a borough of the city of Montreal, Outremont occupies a superfice of 3.84 km2 for a population of nearly 25 000 inhabitants predominantly French-speaking, with a significant Hasidic Jewish community. The Côte-Sainte-Catherine Road is the most important artery passing through Outremont, while the shopping streets are Laurier Avenue West, Bernard Avenue and Van Horne Avenue.


Formed the former cities of Pierrefonds and Roxboro, the Pierrefonds-Roxboro borough north of the west of the island of Montreal. Three of Montréal’s 22 major parks are located there: the Bois-de-Liesse Nature Park, the Cap-Saint-Jacques Nature Park and the Anse-à-l’Orme Nature Park. Occupying 27 square kilometers for a population of approximately 70,000, the Pierrefonds-Roxboro borough also has two large libraries on behalf of the former cities: the Pierrefonds Library and the Roxboro Library.


Formed of the former municipalities of Rivière-des-Prairies and Pointes-aux-Trembles on January 1, 2006, the borough of Rivière-des-Prairies-Pointes-aux-Trembles has a surface area of 42 km2 for a population of nearly of 110 000 inhabitants. The borough is also home to Petro Canada’s refinery, which produces 160,000 barrels of oil a day.

Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie

The main arteries of the Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie borough are Beaubien, Masson, Saint-Hubert and Viau Streets, Papineau Avenue and Rosemont, Saint-Laurent and Pie-XI Boulevards. Occupying an area of 16 km2 with a population of nearly 140,000, the Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie borough is located southwest of the island of Montreal and is accessible by metro stations Rosemont, Beaubien and Jean-Talon.


Named in honor of Laurent of Rome, the Saint-Laurent borough is one of the largest boroughs in the city of Montreal, with nearly 100,000 inhabitants. Saint-Laurent is located in the heart of Montreal, surrounded to the north by the Cartierville district, to the south by the city of Mount Royal and to the west by the city of Dorval and the Lachine borough.


With a surface area of 14 km2 for a population of 75,000, the Saint-Léonard district was formerly known as Saint-Léonard-de-Port-Maurice and keeps its name in honor of and in memory of Léonard Chaigneau, a Sulpician arrived in Canada in 1688. Located in the northeast of the island of Montreal, the Saint-Léonard borough is recognized for its new aquatic complex built in 2006, the Aquatic Complex of Saint-Léonard.


A residential neighborhood and borough of the city of Montreal, Verdun is located southwest of the island of Montreal on the shore of the St. Lawrence River and downstream of the Lachine Rapids. In 2016, there were nearly 70,000 inhabitants. Today, Verdun’s main vocation is residential and is predominantly French-speaking. It includes the Verdun Hospital, the Douglas Mental Health University Institute, the Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs Church, as well as four buildings by German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe on Île-de-France. sisters.


It is in the Ville-Marie borough that we find the business center and the historic center of the city of Montreal. The name Ville-Marie comes from the original name of colony founded in 1642 which will eventually become Montreal, comes from the concept of Marian city. Today, the Ville-Marie borough occupies the central part of the city of Montréal, nestled between Mount Royal and the St. Lawrence River.


Comprising the three neighborhoods of its name, Villeray, Saint-Michel and Parc-Extension, the Villeray-Saint-Michel-Parc-Extension borough has an area of 16 km2. Located north-east of the island of Montreal, the borough was once a vast countryside dotted with farmland. Today, the borough is residential and francophone, although it is still full of many local businesses.

West Island

The West Island borough is cosmopolitan, with modern buildings and numerous houses side by side. The borough is unsurprisingly located west of the city of Montreal, and is full of large green spaces along the rivers, bike paths, nature parks, museums, cross-country ski trails, ecological farms, golf courses and cultural venues.


Located on the western slope of Mount Royal, the Westmount borough is predominantly English-speaking and the average income of families living there is 3.6 times higher than elsewhere in Montreal. The Westmount borough has close to 20,000 people on an area of 4 km2. Westmount’s main commercial arteries are Greene Avenue, Victoria Avenue, Sherbrooke Street and St. Catherine Street.

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