Mr. Meyers needed to get his house, driveway and sidewalk cleaned. He was talking with his neighbor, an annual client of mine. This client recommended Jason's Pressure Washing to Mr. Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Meyers contacted me to give them an estimate. I arrived on time and discussed with them their projects needing cleaned. They asked how long would it be before I could come out and complete the work. I explained to them i was booking approximately a two week out. They were excited to hear this because other contractors they were working with to replace a door told them they were booking appointments six month out. They excepted the estimate and we scheduled the work.
Once the work was completed they were amazed at how clean the driveway came out. They also appreciated that I did not just spray the chemicals on the house and leave like the previous pressure washing company they had used did. We conducted a walk around of the property and noticed two gutters on the left side of the house did not come out as clean as the gutters on the rest of the house. As I looked at the gutters, I noticed they were starting to get oxidized showing the gray tiger stripping. I showed them with a soft bristle brush that the oxidation would not come off. I explained oxidation removal is an additional service that can be done but they elected not to have those two small gutters serviced.
They thanked me for the service I provided and stated they would be contacting me in the future.
Products Used: Sodium Hypochlorite and a Surfactant
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