A Clean House. Done Right. Guaranteed.
All fall and winter, mildew has been growing . . . creeping . . . discoloring your house. Right now everyone can see the ugly, murky mildew stains camouflaging your house.
But you are busy. Preoccupied with work. Aggravated with the difficulties that you have to deal with every day at the office. Tired. Who has time or the energy to even think about cleaning your house? And then hauling ladders around the house, much less getting to those seemingly unreachable high points?
For you, my friend, I’ve got a SOLUTION!
Your local neighborhood pressure washing guy here . . .
Last summer or fall, you may have seen my red truck in your neighborhood.
Or you might have caught a glimpse of me hanging off the side of your neighbor’s house 32 feet off the ground, pressure washing or scrubbing a gutter by hand.
I know it’s hard to believe, but 2019 is here. Now is the time to clean up your house and get it ready for the spring and summer.
Why it generally takes me two to three days to clean your house.
Instead of relying on a long, telescoping pressure washing wand, working only from the ground, I put up ladders to get up close to the side of your house.
So that means I visually inspect your entire house for mildew.
There’s no hoping.
No guessing that the mildew is all gone.
So, to help me with this, I use a lot of different ladders . . .
And there’s even a HEAVY 40′ to make sure I can get up to the highest areas to work.
While I’m up there, I carry a bunch of sponges and two types of cleaner with me to clean the tough areas of your house by hand, if necessary.
Cleaning Your Windows
A pretty popular add-on item is exterior window cleaning.
Here’s how I clean your windows. I scrub the glass and window frames with a sponge and cleaner. And then gently rinse away the mess with water.
(You wouldn’t believe the dirt and debris that can get lodged in those window frames).
Then I clean and rinse the screen frames.
When the windows are dry, I follow up with glass cleaner and paper towels to give them one last cleaning.
If you want your interior windows cleaned, I can do that too!
I’ll Bet . . .
By now you’re probably thinking I’m a detail guy.
Well, you wouldn’t be the first! 🙂
“David does an excellent job! Very detail oriented, thorough, and has fair prices for the work he does. Highly recommended by many people in The Village!” — L. Johnson, Homeowner.
Other Popular Add Ons
A long time ago, I had a manager who stressed presentation . . . how the store looked when a customer walked in.
Similarly, think about how just a few of these add ons could set apart your house and sharpen its curb appeal.
- While not exactly the red carpet that the president gets, a clean walkway framed by a freshly trimmed lawn I’ll bet comes real close. You’ll want to linger a bit . . . just to enjoy the experience.
- Include your patio and you can enjoy a relaxing, fresh environment.
- If you have a deck you’re planning to stain later this year, you’ll want to get the wood prepped and ready.
- You also might want to clean your deck furniture.
- Clean your gutters, avoid clogging, and an overflowing waterfall when it rains. Instead be sure water is going into your downspouts.
- If your yard is fenced, cleaning your fence will add the finishing touch to your yard.
In fact, power washing might just be able to do more than clean up your property and increase it’s curb appeal.
As I show you next . . . .