Metal roofs are popular in the Clearwater area for both homes and businesses because of their ability to withstand the high winds of tropical storms and hurricanes. The average lifespan of a metal roof is slightly longer than for asphalt.
Residential and commercial roofs in the Clearwater area can sure take a beating during the course of a typical year. High humidity levels and salt spray, if you are near the ocean, do their work daily, while the occasional tropical storm pounds dirt and debris and make a dingy roof look even worse. Soon, moss, algae or lichen can begin to take hold and slowly damage your roof, shortening its life.
We hope you have a really spoooookey time tonight!
Watch out for trick-or-treaters to get into the mood for a fun Halloween night tonight ...
We are trying to make it fun for you to get all your pressure washing needs covered this Holiday Season. A spooky video-clip will set the mood. Read on ...
We went to clean a community in Seminole the other day and were very happy to receive such a positive response from the president of this building complex after we were done.
Some older homes and commercial buildings in the Clearwater area can have roofs or cement siding that contain asbestos. Asbestos was commonly used as a component in many different building components between 1930 and 1950. Older building materials that contain asbestos can also include base flashing, cement wallboard, asphalt and vinyl floor tile and vinyl sheet flooring.
When it comes to cleaning your roof, you have two options: do the job yourself with rented equipment or hire a qualified professional to do the work for you. Because of the hassle of climbing up on a ladder and the danger involved in doing so, many homeowners opt to have a contractor do the job instead. At the same time, however, some may put off the job, thinking that the cost will be prohibitive.
Cleaning your roof is much less expensive than you think, especially when the method used is power- or softwashing.
Almost every day we hear reports on the news about how consumers need to pay attention to the environment to save the Earth from pollution, global warming and similar issues. In many instances, maintaining a clean home and property in Clearwater, FL, will, by the use of harsh cleaning solutions, contribute to the degradation of our environment. When you use pressure washing as part of your cleaning regimen you can significantly reduce the impact on Mother Nature.
Tile roofs are common in the Clearwater-Tampa Bay area. After all, they are the perfect accompaniment to the Spanish architecture that our regional favors for construction. A well-constructed terracotta tile roof can last 100 years and even longer with the proper care. Not only are tile roofing materials durable, but they are also fire resistant.
In a climate like here in Clearwater, the exteriors of buildings take big beatings. Sun, heat, humidity, winds and tropical storm all combine to batter your home or business. One of the exterior areas that takes the hardest beating is your roof. Because the roof is up high, we often don't think about it until it becomes discolored or otherwise show massive amounts of accumulated dirt and debris.
I'm wishing you a really
fun and enjoyable
Labor Day Weekend!
Since many homeowners in Clearwater and the Tampa Bay area take care of their pools themselves, we thought we have Matt from Swim University, who is a self-proclaimed "algae hater" ;-) tell you in his video how to get rid of that nasty green algae himself.
For many parts of the country, termites, aka wood destroying organisms (WDOs), are a significant problem that cause millions in property damage annually and create unsafe living conditions.
Do you need a quick and simple way to remove those pesky weeds growing out of every nook and cranny outside of your home?
Here is a short video about using a pressure washer to clean and remove weeds from cracks between your pavers.
Wishing you a fun afternoon and evening tomorrow!
Happy 4th of July!
Surely you have heard about the controversial discussions about this. Reviews are important to judge the good from the bad eggs. But today I would like to tell you about posting Google Reviews and Facebook Comments in the heat of the moment.
Spring and early summer is the season for Pool Screen Cleaning. It's when we get the most inquiries and are the busiest. Many times, we have to clean the top of the enclosure first and that has to be done with a pool brush or a broom. This task can be tricky: The screen is delicate and pushing or pulling makes it pop out of the frame easily or the meshed material breaks.
If you attempt to do this job yourself, here are some tips on how to go about it.
One week ago, my trusted staff Edwin and I had a special cleaning job on our calendar.
The Ford dealership in St. Petersburg, Fl, needed their workshop floors pressure washed and it was a dirty business on a time crunch:
We had 2 days for 38,000 sqft of oily surfaces.
If you'd like that, please read on!
At the beginning of this month I received this customer testimonial which gave us a nice pat on the back:
I found this DIY website which recommends 9 different plants that will help to keep the bug growth in your yard and home in check.
Not only does this look good but it also surrounds you with the lovely smells of lavender, lemongrass or mint, to name just a few.
Check it out and give it a try.
9 Pest Fighting Plants That'll Save You This Summer
I'm wishing you a really
Are you not afraid of heights? Then cleaning your own roof might be the right job for you :-)
There are two options: Pressurewashing or Softwashing.
I have chosen two short videos that explain the process and its risks i.e. advantages. Both examples show an asphalt shingle roof being cleaned but the same is true for almost any other type of roof.
So, if you are considering cleaning your roof yourself, I recommend watching these two videos:
Why repaint when a professional softwashing from my company can bring your house back to life, not only saving you time but also a costly repainting bill?
Here are some more images to demonstrate my point:
Hello! Today I am going to answer a question about water usage / consumption when pressure washing. This is something, that often comes up when I talk to a potential customer. The question is usually, "How much water does the pressure washer use?" or "How much water will you need to wash my roof/house/patio, etc.?".
Ella May + Luna Marie + Amelie Rose Munoz:
We like to help our Dad to promote his pressure washing and window cleaning business in Clearwater and Tampa Bay. Hope you enjoy this blog ;-).
Charlotta Munoz + kids