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Commercial Concrete Cleaning

Monday, 15 May 2017 by

If you walk onto a business property and the sidewalk is stained or covered with mildew or bubblegum, you tend to make an impression of that business. Well so do your customers. Your driveways and sidewalks may be the first impression that you have of a company so make a good one with a commercial concrete cleaning of

When a puddle of water mysteriously appears on the basement floor, or water seeps into a house and leaves an ugly yellowish-brown blotch on the wall or ceiling (a prime breeding ground for mold), you might look for a leak in the roof, or cracks in and around the walls, windows or doors. BUT, that

Spring Pressure Washing With spring right around the corner, the home improvement season is about to start. But before you get started with all those cool projects, you should take care of first things first. CLEAN EVERYTHING! That means pressure washing. Winter can be harsh on our homes. The first step to is to clean

Even though this winter has been milder than most, your deck and home exterior has likely seen better days. Along with spring cleaning, many people will clean up their yards and outdoor spaces as well. When it’s finally warm enough to appreciate your outdoor deck and backyard, you won’t want to wait until it looks

An Easier Way to Parking Lot Cleaning

Saturday, 21 January 2017 by

Maintaining a parking lot doesn’t sound like a very complicated task. You just need to make sure there are no obstructions on the entrances and exits, right? Well, it can be a little bit more involved than that. Parking lot cleaning does take some thought. At times, snowplowing during the excessively snowy season or clearing

Exterior house cleaning is not something that most of us think about very often. Truth be told, most of us even neglect it, but making sure that the exterior is reasonably clean can’t only make our homes look better but also help prevent expensive fixes in the future. When was the last time you cleaned

When the winter arrives and freezing temperatures bring the dual hazards of ice and snow, householders’ main concern is to get on with their daily lives. Many residents take steps to ensure they can continue to safely use their sidewalks and keep their drives clear of snow. Often this means salting areas they regularly use.

10 Power Washing Safety Tips

Wednesday, 09 November 2016 by

10 Power Washing Safety Tips Most people don’t realize it, but pressure washing equipment can cause serious injury. A pressure washer’s powerful spray can cause skin lacerations, bruises, or punctures. It can also cause eye damage, sometimes as serious as blindness. Should you be using a pressure washer, it’s important that you use the following

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