The Ashley E. called asking for their house to be pressure washed and all the pine needles to be removed from their roof. Upon arriving at their home on the scheduled date, I completed my initial inspection of the property. I then covered any outlets or lights with plastic bags or tape. I continued protecting the property by spraying fresh water on the grass and bushes to protect them from the cleaning solution. I used a leaf blower to clean off the pine needles from the roof. Once the roof was cleaned I applied a solution to the siding with my soft wash system. Once the solution had enough dwell time I came back and rinsed the house with a low pressure rinse.
Products Used: Sodium Hypochlorite and a surfactant
"I really wish I took a before and after picture, because the difference was outstanding! We have been working on remodeling the exterior of our home and the dullness and amount of pine needles on our home was so unappealing! After Jason came by and power washed our house and cleaned the roof it looked extremely clean and stands out!! I absolutely love it!!"
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