Pressure Washing

House Washing in Amador CountyMaintaining your home or business’s curb appeal is very important, and shows you have interest in your investment. A clean, nicely painted and maintained property is perceived to be more valuable than one that is dirty and in need of repair. Allow us to help maintain your property’s aesthetics with our pressure washing service!

Your property begins showing age shortly after it is built, and without proper care a five-year old building can look like a twenty-year old building.

The elements, dust, soot, and other pollutants build up over time, making your property look old and run-down before its time. Power washing, or pressure washing, is a process in which water is forcefully sprayed to effectively clean off years of damaging buildup.

We understand that you don’t want to paint your building year after year to maintain that just-painted beauty and pressure washing once a year is a great way to save money and maintain that fantastic look of your building’s exterior. That’s where power washing comes into play. We have the experience necessary to power wash your most delicate paint finishes with ease.

Our Services

  • Building Exteriors (including brick, vinyl, wood, and other types of siding)
  • Sidewalks
  • Paving Stones
  • Decks, Patios and Porches

Pressure washing may look simple, but pressurized water can be very destructive. Wood, for example, can splinter and split under the pressure if incorrect techniques are used. Care must be taken with each type of material to be power washed, and protective gear worn to prevent injury. Certain chemicals are damaging to the finish of your home, and may kill shrubbery or other foundation plants.

Our team of experts has the knowledge and experience required to power wash your home without damage to paint, shrubbery, or pets. We can power wash any type of house regardless of the type of siding. Call or email us today for a free consultation and estimate. We’re happy to discuss your project and offer ideas.

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