John M. Byron


John established Clearview Exterior Cleaning Solutions in the summer of 2004. This life-long dream to self-employment started in the back of a rusty Subaru station wagon. With self motivation, trial & error and as his wife likes to say, "A whole lotta Jesus" he proudly owns, operates and manages Clearview Exterior Cleaning Solutions along with his wife, Angela. His laid back nature, understanding of others needs, and expertise in the field has driven Clearview to be the success that it is today. His vision brings knowledge, continuing education and industry leading technologies to our valued clients. He gives all glory to God and his amazing co-workers & clients who make coming to work each day a joy. 


"Owning my own business was always a dream of mine. I started my first "odd job" business at 10 years of age with an advertisement in our local Pennysaver News for $2.50/hr. I dug cellars, mowed lawns, weeded gardens and raked leaves. In my teen years I went on to own a hot dog cart, up-selling toppings to local summer tourists. After college I worked in a service based industry for several years. My mind was always brewing with a business that could deliver a service that people would love and would personally connect me to my client base. All of that dreaming, motivation, life lessons and hard work ethic in my formative years provided the foundation and motivation to start Clearview Exterior Cleaning, LLC. We are currently the areas highest rated window cleaning & gutter cleaning/guard installation company and I am a blessed man to be able to follow my passion daily, working with so many amazing clients over the years!"


"My wife Angela and I have been married for 21 years and have created an amazing family which, in addition to two legged members, includes one furry labrador retriever and two guinea pigs for good measure. All of whom are the reason, motivation, and intention behind what I do each day. As a family we enjoy attending weekly worship services, volunteering, hiking, kayaking, fishing, mountain biking, and spending time with the ones we cherish. We have come to value that in this life the greatest things are the smallest of things that we experience each day, bringing us all together."

“Whatsoever you do, do it to the glory of God.” 1 Corinthians 10:31