“Safe and Superior Pressure Washing Service in PG, Calvert, and Charles County Maryland”
For over 10 years we have offered high quality pressure cleaning to both commercial and residential clients.
Your satisfaction is our driving force. We pride ourselves in the quality of our work, competitive prices, and above all else, our customer service. We have no franchise to answer to, we only answer to you, our valued customer.
We offer a safe non-pressure method to clean roof surfaces. If you have black stains on your roof, please be advised that is bacteria, and possibly moss. These organisms feed off your roof and can shorten the life of the roof. Our non-pressure method gently cleans your roof to rid it of bacteria and moss.
We clean both residential and commercial concrete. For residential concrete this can range from patios, driveways, basement stairwells, or sidewalks. For commercial concrete this includes oil stains from cars in the drive thru, oil & grease stains from food, and back door and dumpster pad areas. We can even safely remove gum from concrete too. Very hot water is used for our commercial concrete cleanings.
Our house washing method is a safe low-pressure method, or "soft washing". Our low-pressure method does no damage to window screens, or forces water behind the siding. A wax is included in the house wash as well. Our method gets homes cleaned in ways that most of our competitors can't.
Brick paver cleaning
Our method to clean brick pavers is the same as concrete cleaning.
The black stains on the outside of your gutters are from the shingles. Our house wash mix lightens the black stains on the gutters.
Dryer vent cleaning
Dryer vents are the #1 cause for house fires. We clean from the outside in, and the flex pipe behind the dryer, and can even remove bird nests.
Having your roof/(house) cleaned actually makes sense (in Maryland).
It isn’t just aesthetics. While people like to say that dirty roofs lower a property’s value and may make it hard to sell, the “dirt” on a roof actually shortens its life span and can even present a health hazard. Furthermore, the “dark stains” on a roof act as a sponge to absorb the sun’s heat, which causes a rise in the temperature inside a home or building, creating higher air conditioning bills. Read More
Excerpt from an article written by Dr. Victor H. Morgenroth pertaining to “stains” on roofs.