Pressure washing cleans stucco and other difficult surfaces on your home or building. This process can make everything look new again, without the hassle of painting.
New laws also require that companies have the necessary waste water retrieval units to recapture the polluted water and recycle it or dispose of it in an approved manner. We have this equipment and expertise and look forward to helping you on your next project.
We have all the necessary equipment and expertise to recapture all of our waste water and stay in compliance with State and Local Laws.
Our supervisor will walk the project with you, discuss what will be cleaned, provide a written quote and explain how we will dispose of the waste water in accordance with the new regulations. Upon completion, we will issue you a certificate of compliance, elaborating on the process and how it was done.
If a cleaning contractor gets caught letting water get into a storm drain or gutter, the homeowner, cleaning contractor, property manager or building owner could be fined up to $10,000 a day, in addition to the cost of removing the polluted water. Don’t take this chance – it is not worth it.
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Pressure washing & steam cleaning removes:
- Bird Droppings
Surfaces that can be cleaned:
- Parking Garages
- Tile Roofs
- Wood Decks
- Tile or Stone Floors
- Mexican Pavers
Many companies have cold pressure washers purchased from Home Depot for about $700 – this does not mean they are qualified. In the photo below, an inexperienced company tried to use cold water to remove a stain on concrete. The concrete was ruined in the process. At Pacific Cleaning Services, Inc., our crew uses hot water and chemicals to break the stain down so the concrete doesn’t get etched like this (see below).
It is recommended to insist that whoever is hired to clean should use plywood to protect landscaping, appropriate biodegradable chemicals to break down the stains, and hot water.
Mexican pavers can be very difficult to clean, because the grout line is lower than the level of the tile. Typical floor machines won’t work as well on these types of surfaces. Pressure washing is a great cleaning process for cleaning Mexican pavers because the solution is sprayed and reaches in areas that are not leveled with the tiles.
We were able to clean these Mexican pavers at a home in Laguna and made them look new again.