Over the course of time, many surfaces, such as concrete and brick, develop mildew spots, various deposits, and the obvious dirt. These trouble spots can be easily treated with power washing. Sometimes a home owner’s association requires that the porch, and other areas like the driveway leading up to the house be power washed. For smaller houses, it will probably be cheaper to buy your own power washer than to have us come out for that one service alone. But if you’re already having us clean your windows, why not add a power washing to the walkways, patios, and decks?
Here is a helpful video from Lowe’s showing you how to pressure wash your own driveway and brick.
For commercial buildings, power washing is a good way to go for a quick and easy all-around clean. It’s also the best way to get to some of those areas that are hard to reach.