• What Is Included in Commercial Pressure Washing Service?

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    Only select cleaning companies are qualified to provide commercial services.

    Commercial services provided to companies and business facilities often include more than the list of maintenance tasks for homeowners. Businesses serve more people than a home, and their buildings are often under more stress. A special level of care is needed to keep the property looking clean and fresh.

    Commercial vs. Residential Pressure Washing

    Most businesses today are still made of wood or brick. The roof is likely asphalt shingle, and the driveway is typically stone or concrete. In other words, the building materials may not be as durable as those often seen in commercial buildings. Metal roofing and siding, concrete, and blacktop can stand up to intense pressure washing that would leave a home in shreds.

    At the same time, a commercial business deals with a lot of traffic. More cars leave more oil in their parking areas. They tend to be larger and collect more dirt and debris. They even store more garbage, a common reason behind on-site sludge and smells.

    Commercial pressure washing handles these issues quickly and affordably. You can end mildew, algae, and grime in an instant and eradicate odors before they drive away clientele. Most importantly, of course, dirty or slick surfaces located in stairwells or walkways can be blasted away, leaving a clean and safe surface your employees and customers can use for entry. A professional cleaning company will perform all of these tasks while preserving your property.

    Schedule professional power washing and other commercial services with a business you know can handle the job. Contact our team of experts at Whitehall Carpet Cleaners and Restoration today to protect your property and clean up your image.

    By: Matt Lashway Wednesday, September 07, 2016
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