Get Your Deck Ready for Summer with a Power Wash

Get Your Deck Ready for Summer with a Power Wash

When you look at your deck in the spring, what do you see? A deck made of wood or similar materials can suffer significant damage during the winter. Not all deck material is durable without proper maintenance. Power washing your deck to get one of the most used outdoor living spaces ready for summer is a must. However, power washing using the wrong techniques and pressure can actually further damage your deck.

At Carolina Power Washing, our technicians are industry trained professionals who know how to approach restoring the original aesthetic properties of any deck type. The secret is in using the right pressure, temperatures, and detergents to make a deck positive glimmer in the summer sun.

Mold & Mildew

Effectively removing mold and mildew with power washing is one of the most problematic issues when cleaning a deck. During the winter season, mold and mildew have all the ingredients needed to expand. Decks are particularly susceptible to mold and mildew, so hiring industry experts who can deliver a solution is recommended. If power washing mold is not done correctly, spores may release into the air and spread throughout your property.

Dirt & Grime

As well as mold and mildew, your deck will suffer from a buildup of dirt and grime over winter. Blasting dirt with a high pressure hose is not recommended. This method can damage wood decks and only serves to drive dirt deeper into the grooves of the wood. Dirty water may also splash against other exterior structures, making an even bigger mess. Carolina Power Washing technicians use a low power cleaning technique that is safe and effective for removing dirt and grime from your deck.

To find out more about the benefits of bringing in the professionals from Carolina Power Washing to restore your deck, call and speak to a member of our team today. We provide services to customers in Charlotte and surrounding communities.

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