- Save the sewers – installing drain guards to catch all oil and sediment from entering the water
- Apply the eco-foam to eliminate dirt, grime and buildup
- Pressure wash the areas clean
- Before and After photos
A hose might be enough to water a garden or get chalk off of a driveway but for those more stubborn stains, it takes a bit of heavy lifting. The right approach can have properties looking like new again while the wrong one means all sorts of destruction. Professional Saskatoon pressure washing can treat problem outdoor areas.
From grimy driveways and cluttered concrete to packed patios and rough-looking retaining walls, our experts can handle it all. The power washing process might look simple from the outside but these high-pressure sprays can cause damage in the wrong hands – so leave it up to the experts!
The Importance of Regular Pressure Washing Services
For many property owners, the key to success with cleaning is pressure and scrubbing. The truth is, even with a bit of added pressure, washes are only successful with the right technique. Over time, bits of debris and invasive growth begin to layer over the more dense materials around your property.
A bit of moss or algae on a walkway can make surfaces slippery, turning your home or workplace into a hazard. In addition to being a danger, growth like this invites moisture, which leads to breakage. It might feel hard but concrete is a porous material, which means unwanted items can seep down, weakening it from the inside, out.
Our experts recommend twice annual treatments in order to keep properties looking their best. Regular care also helps to avoid the costs of unnecessary repairs and treatments associated with aging construction materials.
Our Pressure Washing Methods
At Gorilla Property Services, we offer up more than quick sprays from pressure washers. Eco-friendly cleansers and disinfectants work to beat back bacteria, while highly-trained technicians secure your outdoor areas. Mobile power washing techniques allow our specialists to reach even the most difficult areas.