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- Pressure washing involves using high-pressure water to remove dirt, grime, and other types of stains from surfaces such as concrete, brick, wood, and other materials. This method is effective at removing tough stains and is often used to clean driveways, sidewalks, and the exterior of buildings.
- Soft washing is similar to pressure washing, but it uses a lower pressure and a specialized cleaning solution to gently remove stains and dirt from delicate surfaces such as roof shingles and painted walls. This method is less likely to cause damage to the surface being cleaned and is often used to clean roofs and the exterior of buildings.
- Roof cleaning involves using specialized cleaning solutions and techniques to remove dirt, algae, and other stains from the surface of a roof. This can help to extend the lifespan of a roof and improve its overall appearance.
- Deck staining involves applying a protective coating to a wood deck to preserve the wood and enhance its appearance. The staining process involves cleaning the deck, applying a wood cleaner or brightener to prepare the wood, and then applying the stain. Deck staining can help to protect the wood from weathering and UV damage, and it can also improve the overall appearance of the deck.