22 Jan January 22, 2012

Pressure Washing Churchton Maryland

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pressure washingThinking about pressure washing your home?

There some things to consider. Are you going to do it yourself, have a friend  or neighbor do it, or hire a professional. Did you know setting a ladder against siding can crack the siding? High pressure can cut lines in window screening, push water past seems. High pressure is not the way to go. Pressure does damage. We at Gutterdogs use low pressure to wash your house. Traditional pressure washing requires setting ladders against your home, requires high pressure and does not give the same cleaning effect as our method.

Low pressure washing

What is low pressure washing? The first thing to washing a house is to know what it is you are washing, the type of surface, stucco is much different to wash than siding, and what soaps are best for this and gives the highest cleaning results. Also not to damage anything to get those desired results. This takes equipment, training and experience, which Gutterdogs has!

Get a free pressure washing estimate!

Call 240-355-1110 for a fast free estimate or if you have any other questions. We also restore wood too, certified in roof cleaning, we can make sidewalks look brand new too. The trick is knowing the surface, what is it you are removing and how to remove it safely with the highest cleaning effect possable.

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Here is a video of a happy customer describing how we pressure washed their house!  click here.

On siding we add a wax too. Why? It refreshes the color of the siding and creates a less pourous surface for the dirt to stick too!

One last thing to think about too. Did you know that the BBB states that the majority of their complaints come from the lowest price guy?

 

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