As we enter March, temperatures begin to warm, days become longer, flowers bloom and trees bud. Finally we can say goodbye to winter and hello to spring. But let’s not forget that the coming of spring also means; spring break and of course… SPRING CLEANING. Now you may ask yourself, what does spring cleaning mean? By definition it is; a thorough cleaning of a house or room, typically undertaken in spring.
Spring cleaning is a key component in the maintenance and upkeep of your home.When it comes to home improvement it is crucial that the exterior of the home receive the same care as the interior. Most homeowners aspire to extend the longevity of their property and are eager to remove the unsightly stains that may have accumulated during the winter months. Adding pressure washing to your spring cleaning checklist will assist in protecting your homes most valuable components & systems.
There are some myths and misconceptions when it comes to pressure washing. The most frequent being; will pressure washing remove paint, will pressure washing damage windows, and will pressure washing remove deck stain? The three main types of residential washing include; power washing, pressure washing, and soft washing. A professional cleaning company will know the difference and determine which type is appropriate for the job. These methods clean exterior surfaces such as; your roof, deck, patio, siding, fence, gutters, & driveway safely and thoroughly. The biodegradable chemicals used in the process safely remove organic life (dirt, mold, mildew, pollen, algae) without damaging surfaces.
Pressure washing has an array of benefits including; keeping your home looking its best by adding curb appeal to the overall aesthetic, reducing irritants that cause allergies and respiratory infections, extending the longevity of your property by maintaining paint and masonry, and increasing its value by $10,000 – $15,000 (according to The National Association of Realtors). Like they say “A Clean Home is a Happy Home”.