Commercial Pressure Washing

From your storefront to your dumpster pad- We have the knowledge and experience to keep your business looking its best! With our assortment of cleaning services we are able to deep clean the outside of your business before your first customer arrives. We can set up a one-time cleaning or a regular routine cleaning schedule to meet your needs and budget. Contact us today for your free estimate.

  • Concrete Cleaning
  • Building Washing
  • Dumpster Pads
  • Drive-Thru Lanes
  • Awnings
  • Graffiti Removal
  • Gum Removal & more

Frequently Asked Questions

The benefits of commercial pressure washing are numerous. Pressure washing can remove dirt, debris, and stains from hard surfaces like concrete, brick, wood, and more, leaving behind a clean, bright look. Pressure washing can also help reduce the risk of slips and falls on your property’s walkways and parking lots, making your property safer for occupants. Not only that, but regular pressure washing can help extend the life of painted surfaces on walls and buildings, saving you money on expensive repairs and repainting.

When it comes to how often you should have your property pressure washed, it depends on the environment and environment of your area. For example, if you are located in a coastal region with high levels of salt and humidity, you may want to pressure wash more frequently than a property in an area with lower levels of moisture and salt. Generally speaking, it is a good idea to have your property pressure washed at least once a year, or every few years depending on the environment.

When it comes to pressure washing tips and tricks, safety should always be a top priority. Make sure you are wearing protective clothing and safety glasses while pressure washing, and that the area you are working on is properly contained with no open windows or doors. It's also a good idea to use a pressure washer that is specifically made for the type of surface you're working on, as some pressure washers are too powerful for certain materials.