Pollen season is almost over and a lot of people are hanging in there, waiting for the dust to finally settle and then be done with it for this year. But for now, the unsightly yellow dust, the dry pollen strands and the “silk-worms” are still dangling from the trees.
Which trees produce these clouds of yellow dust?
Here in Florida we especially get hit with pollen from our beautiful oak trees, but also from cypress and cedar, Australian pines and others. The wind carries the pollen and the dried pollen strands through the air and it doesn't matter if you have trees in your yard or not - the pollen (and strands) are carried well over some distance and happily land on your front porch, your car, porch & screens, well, literally everywhere.
How long is “Pollen season”?
Typically, pollen season begins mid-February, then the season peaks in the middle of March and usually is mostly over by the end of April.
Hang in there!
If you are not good at performing a rain-dance but don’t like the yellow powdery film and dry strands covering your walk- and driveway, the window screens and basically everything else, hang in there! It´s going to be over soon. However, don´t wait until then to call us. Get on our schedule now, so we can take care of the problem once the pollen season is over. (Experience shows that many people have the same thought once the pollen stops falling and we don´t want to make you wait.)
And don't forget your gutters!
While a pressure washing technician is on your premises, let them clean your gutters as well. The pollen strands and falling leaves quickly block the water flow and create an overflow that spills down your walls - leaving ugly yellow runlets on your siding or stucco. Yuck!
Schedule your pressure washing service today and stay on top of this seasonal problem!
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