Power washing your home alone only partially removes algae, mold, and mildew. It will look clean at first, but almost as soon as the power washer is put away, these various types of fungi will begin to grow back and discolor your home once again.
Soft washing is a safe and simple process that, at no extra charge, utilizes cleaning agents with the power washer to kill, clean, and inhibit the return of mold and mildew. Additionally, since this can be accomplished using lower pressure settings, it is much safer for your home...
Driveways and Sidewalks
Nothing can kill your home's curb appeal quicker than a dull, dirty driveway or walkway. Conventional power washing guns are notorious for leaving stripes and uneven results on driveways and walkways. Our high pressure surface cleaner can cut through years of grime in a single pass while leaving an evenly cleaned and stripe free surface.
We combine the effectiveness of our surface cleaner, with a proprietary mix of eco-friendly cleaning agents, to give your concrete surfaces a bright and well-kept appearance.
Decks and Fencing
According to the National Association of Realtors, power washing can add as much as $15,000 to the value of your home. This makes power washing one of the best investments you can make with regard to increasing your home's value.
What better way to start increasing your home's curb appeal, and value, then by reviving your wooden decks and fencing. Wood tends to darken over time, and being exposed to the elements, collecting dirty and debris, only enhances this effect. Before you realize it, your deck is dark, dull, and ashy. Let us restore the look of your wooden surfaces. After a single power wash, you're deck and/or fence can appear new again as the wood is transformed from tired and dull to fresh and revitalized.
Gutters are designed to funnel water to the downspout where it is then directed away from the foundation of your home. This keeps the ground immediately surrounding the house from becoming waterlogged and causing damage to the structure and/or potentially leaking into your basement.
The fascia that holds the gutter system is often constructed of wood; clogged gutters can fill with water resulting in rotting and deterioration of the fascia boards. Keeping your gutters clean not only looks great, it helps to ensure they are functioning properly and can prevent damage to your home.