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   House Washing has come a long way in the past decade or so. Now we use a method called "Softwash" to get the algae, dirt, and spiderwebs off of the exterior surfaces. We first wet the surface with water in order to cool the surface, then we gently apply the algecide solution and allow it to "dwell" for a few minutes in order to completely kill the organics and as a detergent for the dirt, and finally, we gently rinse away the grime. This is a video that we edited for time and uploaded to TikTok to advertise. If you watch the center of the frame, there is a nasty algae spot that you can watch "melt away" in the time lapse. That's the magic of what we do! Kind of fun to watch!

Here are a few examples of surfaces we clean

Log house before and after
White church before and after
Brick chimney before and after
Stucco chapel before and after

Fallout Removal

Fallout cleaning before and after

   Fallout is a term used in the pressure washing industry for the yellow cast that accumulates under the eaves of a home, usually associated with white vinyl or aluminum sided houses, but can also affect other colors in a lesser manner. It is a culmination of dirt, smoke residue, and various environmental factors that settle in on the siding. Usually you notice it in the upper parts of a house because the soffits of the home prevent it from being rinsed regularly by rain. It is a tricky thing to clean because just a pressure washer alone(no matter the temperature or intensity of the pressure) cannot remove this on it's own. It requires special chemical mixture to be applied after a basic softwash and then very thorough rinsing.

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