We are the Deck, Patio & Sidewalk Cleaning Experts
Many homeowners in Western Maryland and the surrounding areas rely on hardscape surfaces for their walkways and patios. These surfaces, like most outdoor surfaces, need to be pressure washed. The professionals at Complete Power Wash are experts in cleaning hardscapes!
You can read about the different surfaces below or click on our blog to see why we are experts at deck and patio cleaning and other pressure washing needs.
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Brick Cleaning Specialists
However, brick has special cleaning requirements. Did you know that too much pressure can damage your brick & mortar surfaces, requiring expensive repairs? Although brick is generally a durable material, they require special care.
We use a softwash, a low-pressure, detergent-based process on your brick so that the beauty can show through again. Some inexperienced pressure wash technicians make the mistake of turning up the pressure, believing the surface will withstand even the harshest of water pressures.
Composite Decking Cleaning
Composite decking has many advantages over wood decking. It resists splitting, is splinter-free, and it doesn’t warp like treated wood decking. But one thing that composite decking does — just like wood — is get dirty. Once again, the proper softwash technique is needed to restore your composite deck back to its former glory, without damage.
No matter what surface needs cleaning around your Tri-State area home, we have the equipment, expertise and technique to clean it safely and effectively.
The SoftWash Process
Complete Power Wash techs use gentle water pressure to apply the cleaning detergent, and then gently rinse the exterior of your home. High pressure applications can damage the surface of your home, even hardscapes.
Our softwash technique also keeps water from being forced behind the siding, which can lead to more serious damage in the future. Trapped moisture can lead to mold issues.
As a final step, your home will be rinsed using a water softening agent that will help minimize water spots on your windows. And because the detergents are environmentally-friendly, it doesn’t harm plants or other landscaping around the house.
Our Pressure Washing Service Area
Complete Power Wash serves the entire Tri-state area of Maryland, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. In Maryland, our technicians travel to Hagerstown, Clear Spring, Hancock, Smithsburg, Boonsboro and Myersville. In nearby Pennsylvania, we clean businesses and residences in State Line, Greencastle and Waynesboro. We serve those in Falling Waters and Martinsburg in the Panhandle of West Virginia.
Call our Hagerstown, MD office at 301-842-2290 to schedule an appointment.
Working During the Coronavirus Pandemic
We are pressure washing homes and businesses during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We are following local guidelines and will make sure to take every precaution, because we want to keep everyone safe. If you have questions, please contact us here or call our office phone (301.842.2290).
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“Our dirty roof was gross! It ruined the whole exterior appearance of our home. Immediately after you treated it, the roof looked like new… nice and clean! Thanks for doing such a good job..” – Sue M.
“Great job! Professional service. The house looks brand new.” – Terry M.
Our Pressure Washing Services
Among the residential pressure washing services offered by the Fields are siding cleaning, roof cleaning, deck and patio cleaning. Beyond this, they will entertain special washing projects, and are even trained in commercial and industrial power washing. They even clean church steeples.
If you would like to see a gallery of our work, click here.
To read our expert advice on pressure washing in the Tri-state area of Maryland, West Virginia and Pennsylvania, click here to read our Complete Pressure Washing Blog posts. Click here to read reviews posted on our Facebook page.
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