MR. HANDYMAN OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA - ARLINGTON TO HAYMARKET specializes in repairing, maintaIning and enhancing residential and commercial properties. one of the routine services we provide is pressure washing.
Pressure washing is simply using water under pressure to clean off surfaces such as decks, patios, fences, brick, and siding. As exterior surfaces are exposed to the weather elements or are shaded by trees, these surfaces can become discolored. By properly pressure washing these surfaces, the dirt, grime, and discoloration will be removed, leaving the surfaces looking new again.
Pressure Washing Brick and Cement Stairs and Patios
Mr. Handyman of Northern Virginia - Arlington to Haymarket pressure washes brick and cement stairs and patios. By applying the correct amount of water pressure, the dirt and grime can be removed from these surfaces without damaging the bricks or concrete. In some cases, once the cement is pressure washed our service technician may paint the cement stairs or patio, but only after the concrete has had time to dry thoroughly.
Pressure Washing House and Siding
The south-facing or west-facing side of the house is typically the side of the house that receives the least sunlight. For this reason, one or two sides of your home will usually appear to have a green color which is a result of mold, mildew, algae, or moss accumulating on the house. This can easily be removed by pressure washing the home. Mr. Handyman of Northern Virginia - Arlington to Haymarket can handle all your pressure washing needs.
Pressure Washing Decks and Fences
The other most common items to pressure wash are decks and fences. An easy way to revitalize your fence or deck is to give it a bath and some tender loving care. What that means in terms of deck and fence maintenance is pressure washing and replacing some of the damaged boards. Once the fence or deck is thoroughly dry, a coat of stain will give your deck or fence new life. This is what Mr. Handyman of Northern Virginia - Arlington to Haymarket does for our clients in the Northern Virginia area.