Regarding cleaning off your pool deck, Edward's Enterprises can help our Newbury Park customers with:
Cold pressure washing home sidewalks
Cleaning driveway stains
Rinsing down outdoor furniture
Spraying off stubborn concrete algae
Cleaning home decks & patios
Steps & stairs pressure washed
Block walls & masonry cleaned
Garage floors cold rinsed down
Prep fencing for paint
Spray down walkways
Our service is ideal for small areas in your front or backyard like a patio cover to prepare it for painting or a side yard that has been recently cleaned out & needs a quick pass with over 3000 PSI.
Residential cold water pressure washing of sidewalks, patios, or fences can give a property a fresh clean appearance. It is a terrific solution to increase property value or as a yearly clean-up.
Why rent when you can have one of our employees bring the machine right to you? & you save time with one of our pressure wash service calls, rather than spending your own time on scrubbing the areas yourself. Stubborn spots can get extra attention, & we can manually agitate with concrete cleaning product prior to cleaning to help loosen grease & grime.
We want to talk with you about your residential pressure washing ideas. Try us by phone to go over the details of your patio cover spray cleaning plans!
To pressure wash your home sidewalk, start with having the proper eye protection (such as eye safety glasses or googles), some detergent, safety gloves, a fully operational power washer with nozzle (test it to make sure it still works & is up to par), a leaf blower or plain broom, & optional baking soda (with a sandblaster attachment). You'll then want to prep the respective area by first clearing out all obstacles or impediments. Them, use that broom or blower to either sweep or blow any loose debris that happens to be on the sidewalk.
Next, optionally, you can choose to dampen up any surrounding vegetation, properly covering up shrubs & more, so as to prevent them being damaged. It always helps. Take the time to do this step. & then, test that power washer on any small portion of the sidewalk, to get a feel for the rest of the process & make sure things go smoothly. Put your detergent on the sidewalk, set your nozzle for about 5 to 10 minutes, & then wash – section by section, distributing evenly.
Time yourself accordingly. Give every side of the sidewalk its rightful application. Do not under/over-wash certain portions. Keep the evenness.
2745 Teller Road
Thousand Oaks, CA 91320
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