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Top Reasons to Power Wash
Curb Appeal and Pride
Keeping your home, deck, driveway, etc., clean is simply satisfying. Your home is likely the largest investment you will ever make; taking care of that investment not only shows pride in ownership of your property, it conveys pride throughout your neighborhood.
The bottom line is, having your property power washed is a preventative measure, it's value preserving, and it's gratifying
Helps Prevent Mold and Illness
Each year, as spring arrives, allergen levels begin to elevate. Homeowners can reduce the level of allergens in and around their home by having the exterior power washed. In doing so, this can help to greatly reduce the allergen levels and assist you and your family in mitigating allergic reactions.
If left unchecked, a build up of mold, mildew, and algae can affect your family’s health. The longer the exposure, the greater the potential harm for you and your family. It is good practice to have your home, deck, patio, etc., power washed routinely.
Impacts Property Value
Power washing is recognized as one of the most affordable ways to increase the value of your property. According to the National Association of Realtors, power washing can increase a property's market value by as much as $10,000-$15,000. Regular (annual or bi-annual) power washing is also a great way to maintain your property and avoid extra costs to restore it's appeal if left neglected for too long.
Keeping the exterior of your home clean also helps to ensure that it is free from webs and insect nests. This in turn greatly reduces the presence of all the little creepy-crawlies that inhabit such dwellings. Once they've established residency on your home, it is only a matter of time before they find their way inside it, especially when the weather becomes cold or inclement. Bee stings alone are responsible for the largest number of animal related deaths in the U.S. An annual power wash can also help to detect/prevent the formation of a hive.