Frequently Asked Questions

We provided a list of answers to some of our most frequently asked questions. If your question is not answered here be sure to contact us and we will gladly answer them.

We ask that all windows and doors are shut and properly sealed so that no water gets through.

No, you do not need to be at the property we are pressure cleaning. We will keep in touch with you throughout the process.

We have 2 Million General Liability, Commercial Auto, Umbrella and Workers Compensation. Other words - we are no risk to you while working at your property.

Yes, our company works with a variety of different customers. Depending on the service request we can provide you with a similar reference.

Yes, we accept Visa, MasterCard, and American Express.

Typically we use the customer’s water unless no water access is available at the property.

Yes, we are capable of supplying 600 gallons of city water using specialized equipment and proper permits.

The more frequently we service the better price we can give to you. It's always much easier to maintain than to clean something that hasn't been cleaned in awhile.

Yes, be sure to ask us about our maintenance programs.

Whatever it is that we are cleaning our crew pays close attention to clean the surrounding areas that may have got dirty in the process.

No, we use low pressure when washing your house to insure no damage is done to your paint trim or siding. However we cannot guarantee this against already failing paint trim or siding.

Yes, with our professional equipment and state of the art technology our trained technicians are capable of reaching up to 3 stories in height.

Our equipment is the best in the industry. All of our machines are mounted on a flat bed or trailer, at least 5 GPM (Gallons per minute), 3500 PSI (Pounds per square inch) and capable of reaching 225 degrees Fahrenheit.

We try our absolute best to remove stains and are usually very successful; however some stains such as stains sitting on the surface for awhile may leave a light shadow – clean and untraceable to the touch of a white glove.