A clean curb to your property can be inviting to your guests, and no one wants to have “The Dirty Home” in the neighborhood. Dirt build-up, spider webs, and bird droppings can be unsightly to the image of a home.Cleaning the exterior of your home can be done with a power washer, but incorrect use can lead to a damaged home. It might seem simple to point and shoot a high-pressure stream of water at grime, but doing so incorrectly can lead to further complications and issues such as damaging tiles or destroying personal belongings. We specialize in removing dirt, fungi, and spider web build up around the exterior of houses, with a rinse or a whole house wash.
Along with pressure washing, we can also use a soft washing technique. This is generally much safer and actually kills the mold spores that can attach to the outside of your home. This prolongs the amount of time that your home will stay clean. It often takes a little longer, but it is much safer for the outside of your home. Using a trusted line of products ensures that yourself, children, animals, and plants are safe.
Before and After Power Washing
Cast Stone Cleaning
Cast stone is a soft, porous stone typically used around windows or entryways here in Collin County. It is very common to see black algae growing on cast stone. These algae growths aren’t going to do any major damage quickly, however, over time they will grow into cracks and crevasses, eventually degrading the surface. A high-pressure power wash will also do damage to the cast stone. It will appear to provide great results in removing the grime, but just like algae, a power washer can degrade the surface of the stone. It can also remove mortar holding the stone in place. We buy from a very trusted line of commercial grade products that are safe. This means it won’t change the natural color of your stone. Depending on the growth of the algae, sometimes it takes a while for the product to work. This is because it gets to the root of the cause and will leave a more lasting result.