Our client loved so many things about the place they called home: the neighborhood, their landscaping, their floor plan, their quiet street…
There is just one catch. Their dull home exterior was putting a serious damper on their property’s curb appeal. The owners loved their home – but it felt like it was hidden behind a layer of grime and stains. And they needed help.
The Issue: Eyesores vs. Siding
Our southern climate was taking a toll on our client’s home. The temperate weather created ideal conditions for a lot of the elements that you don’t want on your property – and those eyesores were most visible on the client’s home exterior. They were dealing with:
Black clusters were blooming all over the client’s siding – especially in areas that had high shade coverage. The clients were worried that the eyesore was going to creep into their interior. And they were ready to deal with the health issues associated with a mold problem.
The telltale green film was creating a coating over siding, making it look careworn and neglected.
- Dirt and pollen
From afar, the client’s siding looked dull. Up close, it just looked downright dirty. This was due to buildup from dust, dirt, and other particulate matter in the air.
The Solution: A Soft Washing Service
When we arrived at the client’s property, we saw a challenge. But more importantly, we saw a challenge with a solution. Our team applied our soft washing service to restore the home exterior to that bright, shiny, “just like new” aesthetic. This included:
- Advanced soft washing equipment
Our technology uses a low PSI to carefully and safely clean the affected area. It delivers a deep clean without exposing the siding to too much pressure.
- Special cleaning products
We don’t just remove eyesores. We also kill the spores that contribute to mold and algae issues. As a result, you get quality that lasts for longer.
With our dedicated staff on the job, the client’s home exterior wasn’t just cleaner. It truly looked like a brand new home. Our clients were happy – and their property was, too!