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Services We Offer
We deliver value to our customers in both residential and commercial pressure washing services. We use state-of-the-art equipment, the best chemicals, and expert knowledge to provide the highest level of service. We also offer eco-friendly pressure washing solutions to minimize chemical footprint to the environment around your home.
PAVER SEALING AND RESTORATION
This important investment will protect your pavers value, enhance their beauty, and simplify maintenance. We seal and restore pavers using a high end sealer. It’s more than just a product, it’s a system. It is recommended that you seal your pavers at least every two years, contact us today for more information.
SAFE NON-PRESSURE ROOF CLEANING
Gloeocapsa magma is a photosynthetic cyanobacteria consisting of a small group of algae spores. Over time this bacteria will eat away and significantly decrease the lifespan of your roof.
We utilize a chemical application that delivers immediate night and day results. Keeping your roof clean will make it last longer, lower your cooling bill, and of course boost the curb appeal of your home.
Along side being able to softwash your exterior and interior gutters we also can clean out your gutters to allow waterflow to be at its maximum efficiency. Shingle granules, leaves, dirt and debris as well as bacteria creates a growth inside the gutter and will stop your gutters from operating as intended.
Nasty waterspots on your windows? Screens looking dingy and clogged, we have a solution. We offer window cleaning using an ionized water filtrated solution that will bring new life to your windows. We remove all your window screens, wash the windows and wash the frame, sills and remove any other growth that is present.
RUST STAIN TREATMENT
Rust stains on your homes exterior can sometimes be found anywhere from concrete, stucco, brick and many other places. We utilize chemicals to help remediate the ugly rust stains taking away from the curb appeal of your home. Contact us today to find out how we can help get rid of those ugly rust stains present on your investment.
Frequently Asked Questions
How often should I get my house pressure/soft washed?The frequency of house pressure washing all depends on the environment and conditions of your house and property, and can vary from once a year to several times per week – but we recommend you aim for at least once per year. We offer a wide range of services tailored to fit your personal needs, not just that extra-large driveway! If you’re looking for more than just a one-time wash, we also offer professional cleaning and detailed power washing packages. Contact us today for more information about our maintenance plan! Our friendly staff is always happy to assist in finding the best package for your home or business.
What to look for when hiring a pressure washing business?A quality cleaning business has a website, an active social media presence, and is willing to answer any questions you have. They should also give you references from previous customers. Ask for these references ahead of time before paying them or checking their online reviews online. When they arrive they will have the appropriate professional equipment to complete the job to your satisfaction. They will have insurance and be licensed to provide the services you are hiring them to do.
Can you pressure wash pavers without damaging them?Pressure washing pavers is a process that not only cleans them but can provide additional benefits such as an immediate, hands-on assessment of the overall condition of the pavement. The last thing you want to do is use coarse sandpaper or stone cleaner to clean and expose your high quality paver materials due to risk of damaging it even more. It’s much better for you and your pavers if you seal them first with a commercial, all-inclusive paver sealer. This keeps those expensive pavers looking fresh and long lasting by preventing scratches that lead into cracks in existing joints like asphalt paving sealing does.
Is soft washing an effective way to clean your house exterior?Soft washing is a very effective way to clean your house exterior. Soft wash works by spraying large volumes of water onto the surface to be cleaned, and then soaking it for a minute or two before using a cleaning solution mixed with fresh hot water to scrub away stains. The molecules of dirt become so tightly bonded with the surface after being soaked in warm soapy liquid that they can be easily removed without any heavy scrubbing from brushes. In this manner this type of cleaning will work even on surfaces like brick and concrete, which are not too accessible for normal cleaners and need an aggressive cleaning regimen like hand scraping and wire brushing before you can move on to wetting them down with solvents.
How often should I get my roof cleaned?Roof washing is something you should consider every year or two. Roofs often age and dust, even pollen accumulates on them, so water doesn’t flow as effectively, and the roof will gradually leak and cause more damage to your home. Choosing a roof cleaning company can be an overwhelming task, but one important consideration is that the company you hire has done this type of work before and has the right equipment and chemicals to complete the job.
What’s the difference between soft washing and pressure washing?Soft washing is the process of spraying water mixed with detergents/chemicals onto a surface to clean it. Pressure washing uses high-pressure water that can cause damage if precautions are not taken. Generally, pressure washer will have settings for different levels of power and force. The soft washing does most of the cleaning, making for less physically demanding work than using a pressure cleaner to achieve results. Companies have had training and proper handling of detergents/chemicals to achieve the proper results.
Can you pressure wash roof shingles?Pressure washing roof shingles is not recommended because you could damage them. A better option is soft washing, which uses a low-pressure water and detergent to clean the surface without harming the shingles.
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