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Complete Power Wash is a professional pressure washing company. The CPW techs clean the exteriors of homes, businesses and churches in the greater Hagerstown, MD area, including parts of West Virginia and Pennsylvania. Click here to read about Complete’s owners, experience and service area. The techs use the softwash cleaning method, the safest power wash technique.

Pressure Washing Testimonials of CPW’s Cleaning Work

Pressure Washing Testimonials of CPW’s Cleaning Work

Pressure washing testimonials from Complete Power Wash’s satisfied customers tells the story of their business.

A fair wage for a good days work is enough for some businesses. When it comes to paying the bills, that is technically true. However, when you care about the customer AND exceeding their expectations, there is another level to be reached. For the pressure washing professionals at Complete Power Wash Pressure washing deck cleaning by Complete Power Washing in Hagerstown, MDin Hagerstown, MD, that level includes great words from happy customers.

They are grateful that the customers listed below trusted them to do good work and then took time to tell them about it. The CPW technicians hope for the chance to serve them and lots of new customers in 2023. They also hope readers feel compelled to go to the Complete Power Wash Facebook page and leave a nice comment. Additional CPW reviews can be read at this link.

Complete Power Wash Pressure Washing Testimonials

Pressure washing concrete cleaning by Complete Power Washing in Hagerstown, MD“Great job! Professional service. The house looks brand new.” – Terry M.

“Complete Power Wash is a professional, experienced, and trustworthy company. Tim and his staff are very informative, knowledgeable and guarantee 100% satisfaction. Look no further than Complete Power Wash for your next exterior cleaning service!” – Jake A.

 

“The crew from Complete Power Wash did an excellent job on our roof and siding. So nice to come home to a clean house!” – Barry M.

 

Roof cleaning by Complete Power Wash in Hagerstown MD“They did an awesome job cleaning my entire townhouse! I highly recommend this company and will definitely use them again in the future!” – Regina C., Hagerstown, MD

 

 

“They cleaned our home. We are completely satisfied and will differently be using them again!” – Kyle H.

CPW’s Pressure Washing Services

Power washing siding with softwash by Complete Power WashComplete Power Wash techs are the local pressure washing experts in house washingroof cleaning and deck and patio cleaning in the Tri-state area. They use the softwash technique of gentle water pressure and environmentally-friendly detergents. Softwash is the safest way to pressure wash, guaranteeing no damage to your home or property.

This is important when the surface could be damaged, because strong water pressure and inept technique are the wrong combination. This is often the problem with residential equipment and inexperienced operators.

Contact the Hagerstown office for a 2023 Pressure Washing Appointment

If you would like to experience the kind of pressure washing service that the customers listed above enjoyed, contact the Complete Power Wash office. Click here, call 301.842.220 or email sandy@completepowerwash.com.

Click here to see a gallery of CPW‘s pressure washing work in the greater Hagerstown, MD area, and a large portion of Frederick County, MD. The professional pressure washers also clean residences and commercial buildings in nearby Greencastle, PA and Martinsburg, WV. They are also experts in industrial power washing.

Making and Keeping Resolutions in 2023

Making and Keeping Resolutions in 2023

The new year has arrived along with the resolutions for a great 2023.

Each January 1st brings reflections on the old year passing and dreams of the new one. The Complete Power Wash staff members are grateful for another year of helping others with their cleaning needs. They met many new friends in 2022 who they hope to see for years to come. And when they do, New year's resolutions for 2023 in Hagerstown, MDthey resolve to serve them well with pressure washing expertise.

As folks are sitting down now to make their New Year’s Resolutions for 2023, they may need suggestions to consider to change and grow. The internet offers some non-typical resolutions like quitting multi-tasking, investing in your skin care, trying hydrotherapy, and more. Read the full article here for 65 options for your list. For ways to best keep those resolutions you commit to, read these helpful tips.

Pressure washing house cleaning by Complete Power Washing in Hagerstown, MDIf your list of resolutions includes beautifying your home, please let us help. A professional exterior cleaning will amaze you and your neighbors. CPW‘s pressure washing experts know how to clean your home the right way. That right way includes using a softwash approach that will clean all surfaces — shingles, decks, gutters, siding, walkways, awnings, fences and more — with no fear of damage. Only professionals can make that claim. Contact the Complete Power Wash staff by clicking here, calling the Hagerstown, MD office at 301.842.2290 or emailing sandy@completepowerwash.com.

While looking forward to a great new year, the staff also thought to search for good news from 2022. The CPW staff members heard plenty of good news in the greater Hagerstown area, but you may have missed some of the great headlines (see below) that can put a smile on your face.

 

Good News Headlines from 2022

The Nurses Who Saved 35 Newborns From a Fire

How Mariachi Brings a City Together

North America’s First Whale Sanctuary

Turning Old Tires into New Playgrounds

To read one or all of these 56 good news stories from Reader’s Digest, click on this link.

Happy New Year!

Merry Christmas from the Complete Power Wash Staff

Merry Christmas from the Complete Power Wash Staff

Everyone at Complete Power Wash wishes you a wonderful Christmas season!

Merry Christmas“It’s the most wonderful time of the year.” Many would agree with the words of this famous holiday tune. For those we hope it gets better with each passing day right up through Christmas. For those who are stressed by the season, the staff hopes you can find some joy in time spent looking at lights, visiting family and friends, or looking forward to a great new year.

This is also a great time for the staff to say “thank you” to all of Complete Power Wash‘s clients, who helped highlight a great 2022. The hope is that they will have the privilege of serving you again in the future. They hope and pray that 2023 is a great year filled with peace, joy and success.

Please reach out to the CPW office if you are in need of pressure washing services for your home or business. Click on the following links to find out more Before and After pressure washing by Complete Power Wash in Hagerstown, MDabout Complete Power Wash cleaning services. Those services include house washing, roof cleaning and deck and patio cleaning. The CPW techs are also trained in commercial and industrial power washing, using the softwash technique. This cleaning approach uses gentle water pressure and environmentally-friendly detergents. It’s the safest and best way to pressure wash.

Click here to see a gallery of Complete Power Wash‘s pressure washing work in the greater Hagerstown, MD area. Use this link to send them a message or call the Hagerstown, MD office at 301.842.2290.

Enjoy reading about these well-known Christmas traditions while you’re waiting for Santa to arrive on the 24th.

 

Christmas Traditions Through the Years

The holiday traditions all started somewhere. Most think the traditions are very personal, because they are “our decorations.” However, most of these traditions have old and deep roots that make them even more special. Below are some of the history lessons surrounding these Christmas staples.

 

Christmas traditions in Hagerstown, MD. Complete Power Wash does pressure washing before Christmas gatherings.Christmas Trees

Decorated trees date back to Germany in the Middle Ages. European settlers popularized Christmas trees in America by the early 19th century. A New York woodsman is credited with opening the first U.S. Christmas tree lot in 1851. The American Christmas Tree Association estimates 81 percent of houses with Christmas trees are artificial and 19 percent are real.

Advent Calendars

This tradition started in Germany in 1903 by a publisher. It offered a way for children to count down to Christmas by opening one “door” a day to reveal a Bible passage, poem or small gift. Today’s U.S. version often uses candy as the daily gift.

Ugly Christmas Sweaters

This now-popular fashion began in Canada in the 1980s and became an international trend in 2001. According to Fox Business, the ugly sweater industry is a multi-million business. There’s even an Ugly Christmas Sweater Party Book.

Door Wreaths

Wreaths have been around since the ancient Greek and Roman times. The evergreen Christmas wreath took on a Christian meaning, symbolic of Christ’s crown of thorns and blood, according to the New York Times. Today’s wreaths come in all varieties and are most often seen as a secular winter tradition.

A Visit from Saint Nicholas

Made popular by the book The Night Before Christmas. The reading of this classic by poet Clement Moore is an American holiday tradition. According to the U.S. Library of Congress, the author and professor at the General Theological Seminary in Manhattan, was “embarrassed by the work. It was made public without his knowledge in December 1823. Moore did not publish it under his name until 1844.”

Poinsettias

These plants native to Central America, known at the Christmas flower, were brought to the United States in the 1820s. They were brought by the country’s first U.S. ambassador to Mexico, botanist Joel Roberts Poinsett. It was a California horticulturist who brought the plants to the masses 100 years later. He donated the plants to TV shows, and, according to the Los Angeles Times, the poinsettia became the best-selling potted plant in the nation by 1986.

Christmas traditions in Hagerstown, MD. Complete Power Wash does pressure washing before Christmas gatherings.Click on this History Channel link to learn about other traditions — like the Elf on the Shelf — and how they came to be.

 

Merry Christmas from Complete Power Wash!

 

Clean Your House Before Christmas Guests Arrive

Clean Your House Before Christmas Guests Arrive

Schedule a house washing before family and friends start arriving for the holidays in about three weeks.

Time is running out. Are the Christmas decorations up? Are the presents purchased and wrapped? Don’t forget to make it to some of the great events around the greater Hagerstown, MD area (see the link below). Now, there probably isn’t much time to get the exterior of your house looking sharp for Christmas guests at a holiday party in Hagerstown, MDthose guests that you’ve invited for the Christmas and New Year celebrations. The good news is that you only need about 15 minutes for that if you decide to contact the pressure washing professionals at Complete Power Wash.

Contact the office today for one of the last available appointments of the year. You can click here, call Complete Power Wash pressure washing company in Hagerstown, MD301.842.2290 or email sandy@completepowerwash.com to reach the Complete Power Wash staff in Hagerstown. They are the area’s professionals for house washing, roof cleaning, deck cleaning and restoration, and sidewalk and driveway cleaning.

Then start thinking about what you can do with the extra day you now have because you won’t have to clean your home’s exterior. Below are a few ideas that can help make this a special holiday season.

 

Christmas guests at a holiday party in Hagerstown, MDChristmas Traditions

This is the perfect time of year to make memories with family and friends. Some of the holiday traditions are easy to name, such as:

  1. Watching Christmas movies
  2. Listening to a Christmas concert
  3. Making Christmas decorations
  4. Cutting down and decorating a live tree
  5. Looking at local Christmas lights
  6. Making Christmas cookies

But if you want to add to this list, click on this link for some new Christmas traditions. These are memories that will last and can make for great photos. Keep them for yourself or share with others on social media. Click here for a list of December events in the Tri-state area to add to the Christmas fun.

If you’re more into sitting in front of the screen as the temperature drops outside, here is a list of great holiday movies:

  • A Muppets Christmas Carol
  • The Grinch that Stole Christmas
  • Love Actually
  • Christmas guests at a holiday party in Hagerstown, MDHome Alone
  • Miracle on 34th Street
  • It’s A Wonderful Life

Click on this link to get a complete list of the top 100 Christmas movies from the Rotten Tomatoes website.

 

Christmas Quotes

“The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear.” – Buddy the Elf

“I will honor Christmas in my heart, and try to keep it all the year.” – Charles Dickens

“Gifts of time and love are surely the basic ingredients of a truly merry Christmas.” – Peg Bracken

“Blessed is the season which engages the whole world in a conspiracy of love.” – Hamilton Wright Mabie

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Here’s hoping you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

 
Happy ThanksgivingThe staff at Complete Power Wash in Hagerstown, MD hopes that Thanksgiving is a time filled with gratitude for this year’s blessings. They also hope that it will be a safe and happy holiday for you, your friends and your family.
Contact the CPW office staff right away if you’re considering a professional cleaning before the end of 2022. The cleaning techs are happy to work your home into the year-end schedule, as long as openings remain and the weather cooperates. House washing by Complete Power Wash in Hagerstown, MDThey pride themselves on helping homeowners get ready for holiday decorating and welcoming guests for these special occasions. It’s a great time to make memories. We suggest you do it right after a good house washing, because you want your home looking it’s best this time of year.
In addition to house washing, they are experts in roof, deck and driveway cleaning. They also have experience with pressure washing commercial and industrial properties.
And while you’re enjoying the days leading up to Thanksgiving, enjoy these interesting holiday facts.

Thanksgiving Around the World

Most people know what to expect with Thanksgiving in the U.S. It’s all about family, turkey and football. But a number of other nations celebrate in different ways. Here’s a list of the eight countries and territories that set aside a holiday to give thanks. Click here to read all the details.

1. Canada: It may surprise most to learn that Canada’s first Thanksgiving celebration actually predates America’s first holiday. In 1578, an expedition led by the English navigator Martin Frobisher held a ceremony to give thanks for the safety of their fleet.

Thanksgiving guests are the reason to pressure wash before the holidays

                                  Photo by Element5 Digital

2. Germany: The German equivalent of Thanksgiving is Erntedankfest, or “harvest festival of thanks.” During a typical Erntedankfest, celebrants may carry an Erntekrone — harvest crown of grains — fruit and flowers to the church in a solemn procession.

3. Liberia: Freed slaves from the United States established Liberia in West Africa in the early 1820s with help from the American Colonization Society. In the early 1880s, Liberia’s government passed an act declaring the first Thursday of November as National Thanksgiving Day. Today, Liberia’s Thanksgiving tables boast items such as spicy roast chicken and mashed cassavas. Live music and dancing are also part of the Thanksgiving tradition.      

4. Japan: Japan’s variation of Thanksgiving, Kinro Kansha no Hi (Labor Thanksgiving Day) evolved from an ancient rice harvest festival, Niinamesai. Today, the public observes it as a national holiday, but with none of the huge feasting you’ll see on the American holiday. To mark the occasion, children often make thank-you cards for policemen, firefighters or other municipal workers.

5. Norfolk Island: This remote island in the Pacific Ocean is another unlikely place for a holiday celebration with American roots. Its Thanksgiving tradition dates back to the mid-1890s, when the American trader Isaac Robinson decided to put on an American-style Thanksgiving service in the All Saints Church in Kingston.

6. Grenada: Every October 25, people on this West Indian island celebrate their own Thanksgiving Day. It marks the anniversary of a joint Caribbean and U.S. military invasion of Grenada in 1983 to oust a corrupt government. To show their own gratitude, many people in towns and villages hosting the soldiers invited them to dine and celebrate with them, even surprising them with such non-native island foods as turkey, cranberry and potatoes.

7. The Netherlands: The people of today’s Leiden continue to celebrate their ties with the Mayflower’s passengers by holding non-denominational church services on the fourth Thursday of November.

8. Puerto Rico: After becoming a territory of the United States in the late 19th century, its residents enthusiastically adopted many of the traditions of the Happy Thanksgiving from Complete Power Wash in Hagerstown, MDholiday. They celebrate it on the same day (fourth Thursday in November) and put their own twist on the traditional turkey feast.

Random Thanksgiving Trivia

1. What year was the celebration that is most commonly considered to be the first Thanksgiving?

A: 1621. This is the celebration that people most often talk about when they are talking about the “first” Thanksgiving. But there are others that are claimed to be the first Thanksgiving. There was another celebration in Plymouth in 1623 and one in Boston in 1631 that people claim was the actual first Thanksgiving.

2. How long did the first Thanksgiving celebration last?

A: Three days. It was celebrated much earlier than our current celebration, possibly in late September. There were about 50 European settlers and around 90 native Americans who attended the 3-day feast.

3. Under which president did Thanksgiving become an annual holiday?

A: Abraham Lincoln. The U.S. has celebrated Thanksgiving off and on since 1774. In 1789 George Washington made a proclamation that the country would celebrate a day of thanksgiving to God on November 26th. Some presidents after him continued the tradition, declaring different days of Thanksgiving. But it wasn’t until a proclamation by Lincoln in 1863 that the last Thursday of November became the official Thanksgiving holiday.

Happy Thanksgiving4. In what year did both the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and America’s Thanksgiving Parade start?

A: 1924. Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade was started by Louis Bamberger in Newark, New Jersey but was transferred to New York City where it is now held by Macy’s. America’s Thanksgiving Parade in Detroit was inspired by Eaton’s Santa Claus Parade in Toronto, Ontario.

5. Which president was the first to give a turkey a presidential pardon?

A: Ronald Reagan. John F. Kennedy was the first president on record for unofficially sparing a Turkey in 1963. The Reagan administration in 1987 gave the first official presidential pardon to a turkey as a joke. The turkey was spared and put into a petting zoo. George H. Bush made it an annual tradition in 1989 and each president since has carried on the tradition.

Complete Power Wash for Pressure Washing

If you would like to schedule CPW to clean your home before the last of the holiday guests arrivecontact the office by clicking here. You can also call 301-842-2290 or email a staff member at sandy@completepowerwash.com. The CPW techs specialize in using the softwash technique, which is best for cleaning all surfaces is a safe manner.

 

November is Energy Awareness Month

November is Energy Awareness Month

It’s Energy Awareness Month and costs are expected to be higher this year.

We care about clean homes and energy-efficient homes. November is the month to make sure your home is clean and ready for the holidays. It’s also the month to make sure you are ready to keep energy costs in check during the winter months.

November is Energy Awareness MonthThis is a great time of year to take an “energy inventory” around your home and in your life. Using energy wisely makes sense for the planet and for your monthly budget. Turning out lights in unoccupied rooms and keeping the thermostat at a comfortable temperature is a good start. You can go as far as closing down vents and closing doors to unoccupied rooms. Make sure rooms with pipes have enough heat, because you don’t want to pay a plumber what you didn’t have to pay for heating fuel.

Another easy change is replacing traditional light bulbs with LED bulbs. Larger home upgrades like energy-saving appliances — including a new furnace — along with new windows can pay for themselves in a few years. Here is a great article on the top 21 things to do to save energy around the house.

And while you’re researching and planning those changes, contact the Complete Power Wash office in Hagerstown, MD to schedule a cleaning of your home’s exterior. Make it ready for the Thanksgiving and Christmas guests that will be showing up in just a few weeks. Weather and availability tightens the schedule as the year comes to a close, so reach out soon. To schedule our cleaning experts, click here. If you prefer to talk to a CPW staff member, call the office at 301-842-2290 or email sandy@completepowerwash.com.

Complete Power Wash’s Cleaning Services

Roof cleaned by Complete Power Wash in Hagerstown, MDComplete Power Wash pressure washing techs are the area’s experts in house washingroof cleaning and deck and patio cleaning.  From the headquarters in Hagerstown, they serve the greater Tri-state area of Maryland, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. That area includes Hagerstown, Boonsboro, Clear Spring, Smithsburg, Williamsport in Western Maryland. It also includes Greencastle, PA and Falling Waters, WV. Those techs — using the softwash cleaning technique — are also trained in commercial and industrial power washing, even removing graffiti to restore your Concrete cleaning in Smithsburg, MDproperty to it’s original beauty.

The softwash technique mentioned above is the use of “just the right water pressure,” combined with gentle, environmentally-friendly detergents. These detergents are used to weaken the grip of dirt, mold, mildew and other natural elements.

 

CPW’s Pressure Washing Reviews

The Complete Power Wash leaders love the kinds words of satisfied clients.

“They did an awesome job cleaning my entire townhouse! I highly recommend this company and will definitely use them again in the future!!” – Regina C.

“They are on time and courteous and professional at there job and have always done a five-star job. The house always looks like new. We have used them before and will surely use them again.”– Sandra N.

“These guys absolutely rock! Top notch work, excellent communication, and friendly too. Thank you for everything!” – Stanley H.

 

 

 

Plan for November Fun and Clean Gutters

Plan for November Fun and Clean Gutters

This is time of year is for Halloween fun, November plans and cleaning leaves from your yard AND your gutters.

The kids are getting ready. They are picking out their Halloween costumes and dreaming of a night of trick-or-treating. No doubt those dreams are filled with lots of large candy bars and very few boxes of raisins. Soon after that, families will be filling their evenings and weekends with Fall plans in the greater Hagerstown area, when they aren’t raking leaves. To quote Jim Gaffigan, “Don’t the leaves look so pretty before they fall to their death?”

Fall fun is better when you have clean gutters and your home is pressure washed by Complete Power WashThe problem isn’t when the leaves fall to the ground, it’s when they fall into your gutters and cause issues for your home and your family. Complete Power Wash techs clean gutters and can handle all the exterior cleaning on your Hagerstown, MD-area home. These cleaning experts can make sure your gutters and the rest of your property are safely pressure washed.

 

“Why Should I Care if I Have Clean Gutters?”

dirty gutters to be cleaned by Complete Power Wash in Hagerstown, MDClean gutters work properly. Dirty gutters do not work properly. This is simple, but how many homeowners think about their gutters and what’s on the inside? And how many think about what happens to rain water and melting snow that backs up in clogged gutters?

The cleaning professionals at CPW know that mold, mildew and other fungi lead to health risks, such as severe allergies, that result in respiratory illness. The triggering of an asthma attack is the most dangerous possibility. The more severe asthma cases can cause hospitalization or even death.

Misdirected rain water can also damage your home’s structure. The wood behind the gutters can rot. The house’s exterior walls can be damaged. And, if the water continues to pool around the base of the house, the foundation can be compromised, causing thousands of dollars of damage.

 

Fall fun is better when you have clean guttersNovember Activities in the Greater Hagerstown Area

The Tri-state area generally has mild days and chilly evenings in the Fall. It’s the perfect time for sweatshirts and hot cocoa. It’s also a great time for you to enjoy outdoor activities when weather permits and indoor activities when it doesn’t. Click here to see the schedule of November events you can enjoy, knowing you have clean gutters and peace of mind this Winter and into the Spring.

 

Contact CPW Today for Clean Gutters Tomorrow

Gutter Cleaning in Hagerstown, MD by the pressure washing experts at Complete Power WashClick here to contact Complete Power Wash for clean gutters and to schedule a pressure washing appointment. You can also contact the Hagerstown, MD office at 301.842.2290 or email sandy@completepowerwash.com.

Complete Power Wash pressure washing techs use the softwash technique to safely clean every surface. They are the experts in house washing, roof cleaning, and deck and patio cleaning. They are also trained in commercial and industrial power washing.

October Events in Hagerstown, MD

October Events in Hagerstown, MD

October is the start of a great season of events in the Tri-state area.

Fall festivals are great for people of all ages and there are plenty in the greater Hagerstown area. Every weekend can be filled with outdoor fun — or indoor concerts — right up until the kids trick-or-treat. Click on this link to see the many events you and your family can enjoy. The weather is great and the events Fall fun in Hagerstown, MD where Complete Power Wash pressure washes homes and businesses.are happening. Leave room on the to-do list for “Fall fun” before its time to carve the turkey and welcome family.

If cleaning your home’s exterior is on that to-do list, scratch it off and call the pressure washing professionals at Complete Power Wash. The CPW techs can take your home or business from shabby to sharp in a short visit. They are the area’s experts in house washingroof cleaning and deck and patio cleaning.  From the headquarters in Hagerstown, they serve the greater Tri-state area of Maryland, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. That area includes Hagerstown, Boonsboro, Clear Spring, Smithsburg, Williamsport in Western Maryland. It also includes Greencastle, PA and Falling Waters, WV.

 

Fall Fun Ideas

Maybe the October events link above didn’t provide any inspiration for you. You might be the type of person that just wants to take a bike ride, go apple picking or make a scarecrow for the front porch. Well then this list of 62 ideas might be more for you. There are many options that make it easy to make memories as long as YOU make the time to do it.

Below are some nice words of people who had us professionally clean their properties so they could focus on other things they needed — or wanted — to do.

“A great job!” – Willie Eby of Mt. Tabor Builders in Clear Spring, MD

“These guys absolutely rock! Top notch work, excellent communication, and friendly too! Thank you for everything!” – Stanley H.

“They are (always) on time and courteous and professional at their job and have always done a five-star job. The house always looks like new. We have used them before and will surely use them again.” – Sandra N.

Before and after pressure washing of sidewalks by Complete Power WashClick here to see a gallery of Complete Power Wash‘s pressure washing work.

 

Contact Complete Power Wash for Pressure Washing

To schedule Complete‘s cleaning techs for a pressure washing appointment, call the Hagerstown, MD office (301-842-2290) or click here. You can email the CPW office at sandy@completepowerwash.com.

The Complete pressure washing techs are also trained in commercial and industrial power washing. They can even remove graffiti and restore you property to it’s original beauty.

End Summer Well & be Ready for the Fall Season

End Summer Well & be Ready for the Fall Season

This checklist will help you wrap up the Summer season.

Make your end of summer checklist for a great fall and add pressure washing by Complete Power WashAs September 2022 comes to a close, warmer days will keep people clinging to Summer for at least a few more weeks. The cooler evenings are a preview of what is to come. School buses are now on the roads and Halloween decorations are now starting to go up on houses around the Tri-state. This means that families have already jumped into the Fall season, because Summer is in the rearview mirror. The Complete Power Wash staff wants you to head into this busier season with a plan. The checklist below can be a great start to that plan.

“An hour of planning can save you 10 hours of doing.” – Dale Carnegie

Mr. Carnegie proved to be wise and quite successful. He would probably recommend to plan for having a great Fall season. There are some other wise words below about choosing a professional pressure washing company.

Share your end of summer harvest for a great fall and call us if you need pressure washingHere are some highlights from a popular list to end Summer and plan for a great Fall season.

  1. Clean and store summer gear
  2. Set up a family calendar for Fall and Winter
  3. Plan for easy weeknight dinners
  4. Share the harvest from your garden
  5. Organize family photos
  6. Clean carpets and floors
  7. Organize for back to school
  8. Check emergency kits
  9. BONUS: Inspect your property for pressure washing needs before the holidays.

To read all the details about this list, click here to link to the article from the HOUZZ website.

CPW Cleaning Services & Service Areas

Complete Power Wash pressure washing company in Hagerstown, MDComplete Power Wash techs use the softwash technique. They use “just the right water pressure,” combined with gentle, environmentally-friendly detergents. These detergents are used to weaken the grip of dirt, mold, mildew and other natural elements.

CPW employs the area’s cleaning experts in house washingroof cleaning and deck and patio cleaning. The pressure washing reviews below speak volumes about their work.

Complete‘s cleaning techs serve the greater Tri-state area of Maryland, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. That area includes Hagerstown, Boonsboro, Clear Spring, Smithsburg, Williamsport in Western Maryland. It also includes Greencastle, PA and Falling Waters, WV.

Click here, call 301.842.220 or email the CPW office at sandy@completepowerwash.com to schedule a pressure washing appointment.

 

 

Reviews from Pressure Washing Customers

Below are reviews from Complete Power Wash customers.

“They did an awesome job cleaning my entire townhouse! I highly recommend this company and will definitely use them again in the future!!” – Regina C.

“They are on time and courteous and professional at there job and have always done a five-star job. The house always looks like new. We have used them before and will surely use them again.”– Sandra N.

 

 

Clean Your Deck Before Inviting Guests

Clean Your Deck Before Inviting Guests

Cool evenings are perfect for Fall gatherings and a clean deck is needed for entertaining.

Fall parties on your deck or patio in Hagerstown, MDSeptember is here and it’s the time for outdoor gatherings on your deck or patio. Warm days and cool evenings create the perfect atmosphere in the Tri-state area for hosting friends and family. The smell of cookouts and the glow of patio lights will fill the air for the next two and half months. It’s what many people long for following the scorching hot days of summer. This idea of hosting such an event is an easy decision for most homeowners. However, if the deck is not clean, it could put a damper on the excitement to invite guests over to gather.

Many people don’t even look at their deck closely until this time of year. Then they scramble to make it presentable.

Wood deck in need of pressure washing by Complete Power Wash in Hagerstown, MDDoes your deck or patio have ugly stains hiding the wood or composite decking’s beauty? If so, just know that these dark areas can be more than the difference between a beautiful or unsightly outdoor living space. And while these stains do take away from your deck’s beauty, the real problem may not present itself for many years. These stains are much like the symptoms of disease that are there for years before death. The cause of those stains can lead to costly damage, because they are the result of harmful elements. That buildup of grime, mildew and algae can break down the deck materials.

The good news is that the cleaning professionals at Complete Power Wash in Hagerstown, MD are the Tri-state area’s deck cleaning experts.

 

Safely Cleaning Your Deck is the Right Choice

The pressure washing experts at CPW have years of training in the proper cleaning of deck materials, hardscapes and other exterior surfaces. They use the softwash cleaning technique, ensuring your surfaces will be cleaned safely. Softwash is a combination of gentle water pressure and environmentally-Pressure washed deck by Complete Power Wash in Hagerstown, MDsafe detergents. This approach is the best for thoroughly cleaning with no threat of damage to wood, composite decks or patio materials. Amateur pressure washers likely won’t take this approach.

Many amateurs think you can just “blast away” grime on patio blocks and concrete. That’s a bad assumption, because block can break under intense water pressure and concrete can scar, like a knife in hot butter. This damage is costly to a homeowner, especially if the “cheaper option” is not insured. The Complete Power Wash techs are trained to clean the right way with the right products. 

CPW’s cleaning experts will also assess your other building materials in need of cleaning. Failure to remove grime can shorten the life of siding, fences, outbuildings, etc…. 

Contact CPW to Pressure Wash Your Deck

Complete Power Wash uses softwash in Hagerstown, MDTo schedule Complete‘s cleaning techs to pressure wash your deck or patio, call the Hagerstown, MD office (301-842-2290) or click here. CPW techs are the exterior cleaning experts in the Tri-state area of Maryland, West Virginia and Pennsylvania.

In addition to cleaning decks, CPW‘s pressure washing pros are experts in roof cleaning and house washing. They are also trained in commercial and industrial power washing. Click here to see a gallery of Complete‘s pressure washing work in the Tri-state area.

 

 

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