We were doing some work on Stonington Place in Zanesville last week. The patio off the back of this condo unit gets a lot of shade. Therefore, it is a good place for mildew to grow on the concrete. We were able to use the pressure washer along with some soaps to clean the entire patio including the decorative railing. We came back in the afternoon and applied sealer to ensure it stays cleaner for longer.
And, since we do the window cleaning and pressure washing for multiple families on Stonington Pl, as soon as we were done at this condo, we drove 200 feet forward and cleaned the windows for someone else!
We went way down to Logan a month ago for our friends at Century National Bank. We clean a lot of their offices and they asked if we could pressure wash the large office in Logan. So we went rented a 75’ boom lift and got to work cleaning up years and years worth of build up. This was a long hard day of cleaning. We had to be careful with our technique so we didn’t damage the old building. At the end of the day it turned out really good! So many parts of the grand entryway have been rid of dark dirty areas and now it’s bright and welcoming.
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These window frames at Build-A-Bear in Easton Town Center are always so dirty. But that red looks sooo nice after it’s been cleaned up and wiped down!
We always try to wipe off the frames when we are doing commercial windows. It takes us a few extra moments but I think it really makes the appearance stand out!
So instead of leaving water on the edge of the frame we give some extra effort to have the frames wiped down so these businesses can look their best.
Cleaning these windows isn’t all that hard thanks to the Xero 40’ carbon fiber pole and the Reach-it constructor brush.
Ladders can be dangerous. So we have upgraded our tools in order to clean safely from the ground using pure water to wash the windows and leave a spot-free finish.