• When Is the Best Time for Commercial Pressure Washing?

    How to know when to call in your commercial services team for some pressure washing.

    Pressure washing the siding of a small office building

    Commercial services are key to keeping your business in tip-top shape, including pressure washing. But how can you tell when it’s time to have it done? Here are some clues to look for:

    Dingy Exterior

    If your business is looking a little dingy and drab, the best thing to do is shine it up. Pressure washing can get rid of the dust, dirt and grime that builds up on windowsills, awnings, and outside walls and signage. Proper washing can leave your business exterior looking new without causing any damage.

    Graffiti and Gum

    Nothing can knock down the curb appeal of your business like graffiti. And what about all of that gum on the sidewalk? Even though most of the time pesky exterior issues like paint and gum are not related to your business, they affect the impression your customers and potential customers have of you and your company if they walk up and that’s what greets them. When gum and graffiti start to show up outside, it’s time for some pressure washing to get rid of them.

    Safety First

    Commercial pressure washing is about more than just how your business looks; it’s also about safety. The oil and grease that build up on sidewalks and walkways turn into a slip hazard over time. Removing it makes for a safer walkway and also makes the surface moisture resistant to help reduce accidents when the weather gets wet. Regular washing can help remove the risk.

    Cleaning the inside of your business is probably on your regular to-do list, but don’t forget about the exterior. Regular pressure washing can keep your business looking great and keep it safe for your customers.

    To make your next appointment for commercial pressure washing or other commercial services, contact the team at Whitehall Carpet Cleaners by calling 803-732-3200 or by clicking here.

    By: Matt Lashway Wednesday, September 02, 2015
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