Power Washing

Power Washing Brooklyn Queens Manhattan

New Yorkers lead busy lives. Sometimes, keeping the exteriors and floors of homes and businesses clean becomes a chore that falls to the wayside. New York City residents are also subject to various cleaning laws. Aside from trash removal and sweeping, power washing is the solution. Grime and caked-on dirt, rust, and stains build up outdoors on asphalt, front steps, driveways, fences, windows, most metals, and outdoor furniture. Business owners with high amounts of vehicular and foot traffic are even more susceptible to dirt and grime. As grime builds over time, this may require you to repaint your entire home or building, resulting in an unnecessary and expensive project.

Power Washing Offers Protection

A dirty curb or surface area that hasn’t been power washed by professionals can decrease your residence’s value and detract potential buyers or customers. Power washing the curb will protect you and your family members and passing neighbors and strangers from algae that grow in the rain and creates a slimy slip and fall hazard on the cement. Excess bad bacteria growth thrives on unclean surfaces, which can stick to our shoes and spread illnesses.

Surface Area Treatments

Different surfaces, such as driveways, siding, concrete, and decks, need different cleaning and treatment types, and houses, sidewalks, and storefronts may require stripping and sandblasting. Other delicate surfaces, such as stonework, masonry, glass, or the siding of your home, require soft-washing with gentler detergents and a nozzle with a low psi (pound per square inch) that uses less pressure. Our specialists at Color Divine Painting will use the proper cleansers and pressure amount for each surface.

Power washing is neat, efficient, and speedy. Color Divine Painting will save you time, money, and energy and remove the toughest stains and grime.

Inspect our quality work and contact Color Divine Painting for immediate service.

We offer professional power washing services across the five boroughs – Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, the Bronx, and Staten Island, including Long Island.