House Exterior Washing
When a home becomes covered with dirt, grime and other unwanted substances like mold and mildew, it is time to take action by pressure cleaning the home’s exterior.
House washing is necessary if you want to keep your home looking great and especially if you want to maintain or even increase the value. Also, it is a known fact that keeping the outside of houses clean will extend or at least get the full life out of the exterior products used to cover the walls like vinyl siding and especially wood.
Concrete Cleaning for Cement Driveways, Walkways & Sidewalks
Cement can be one of the most challenging substances around a home to clean. Concrete is very porous which allows dirt, tree sap and rust stains or actually mineral stains, to sink deep down making it almost impossible to clean with just soap and water. In order to clean concrete effectively, you must use a commercial grade power washer along with professional grade cleaners made for cleaning concrete.
Deck Fence Cleaning and Wood Restoration
Cleaning decks and Fences is one of the most popular pressure washing services. If you have a wood deck or Fence that hasn’t been cleaned recently, you need to consider having it cleaned and sealed before the wood becomes damaged. Restoring a Fence or deck is a much simpler process if the wood is still in good condition and can save you thousands in replacement costs if done on a regular basis.
Windows that are professionally cleaned stay cleaner longer and are much easier to spot clean between cleanings. Professional window cleaning requires mastery of special techniques using tools such as a microfiber and squeegee. The use of proper window cleaning tools results in a better clean than home methods such as rubbing windows with newspaper or a wet rag, or using common household window cleaners such as windex.
An important and often overlooked part of home maintenance is to keep the gutters and downspouts clean and free of debris.
If debris collects in the gutters, it can impede the water from draining properly and cause water to run over the edges, which can lead to foundation problems or leakage to basements.
Bring back that curb appeal. Your neighbors will be jealous.