Power Washing Greenville SC
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Introducing another great service from Ron's Carpet & Air Duct Cleaning! As with everything that Ron puts his mind to, he does it best! His powerful ProWash System can output a whopping 4,000psi at temperatures exceeding 190º F. His service technicians have been trained in the latest technology so that you can be sure your property is being cleaned by a professional.
Don't risk ruining the exterior of your home! Trust the experts at Ron's ProWash to do the job right. Give us a call today at (864) 297-6440 or contact us online to schedule service.
Residential Pressure Washing
Ron's ProWash excels at cleaning tough stains and hard-to-remove substances from residential homes and properties in Greenville and the surrounding areas. We use 190º F water at 4,000psi to blast away months or years of built up staining caused by paint, oil, grease, tire marks, etc. Our residential services include driveways, sidewalks, gutters, roofs, playground equipment, walls, new construction, decks, pools, patio furniture, siding, mailboxes and curbs.
Commercial & Industrial Pressure Washing
A customer's first impression of a business is the storefront and entry of your building as they approach the front door. A filthy, stained entry can detract from your clientele's overall impression of your establishment. Ron's ProWash keeps the Upstate businesses looking fresh and new by steam-cleaning and pressure washing away tough stains and grime that build up over time. Make a good first impression by letting us power wash your entry to remove the gum, grease, oil, and other substances that typically occur outside your front door. We pressure wash sidewalks, parking lots, benches, awnings, block/brick walls, service entrances, garbage areas, heavy commercial equipment, commercial fleets, tractor trailers, gas stations, restaurant dumpster pads, etc. Contact us for a pressure washing in Greenville today.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is power washing?
Power washing, or pressure washing, is the growing application of high pressure water spray. Produced by specially designed pumps, this spray is a hundred times more powerful than the typical garden hose. On concrete it is used to remove unsightly mold, bubble gum, and other dirt stains. Wooden decks are returned to the look of new wood, void of graying and fatigued finishes. On houses, the appearance of siding (namely aluminum and vinyl) is greatly improved by removing pollution, mildew, and other signs of neglect.
Why should I pressure wash my home?
To keep it clean, for one. A dingy or dirty home exterior can throw curb appeal out the window and leave your home looking years older than it is. We've put together a more thorough answer here at Why Pressure Washing?
Are all pressure washing companies the same?
Anyone can purchase a pressure washer. Simply owning a pressure washer and advertising you offer a service don’t mean you can operate it effectively. A pressure washer in the hands of an unskilled operator can cause a great deal of damage, such as carved-up wooden surfaces, death to plants and lawn, blown-off siding, peeled paint, and even cut up or etched concrete.
What are these dark stains on my siding and can they be removed?
The dark stains you are seeing is mold. All mold needs to grow is moisture (humidity) and a food source and it will grow anywhere. Mold can be removed with low pressure and the right chemicals.
What are these black streaks on my gutters and can they be removed?
The black streaks on your gutters are in the oxidation layer of the paint. The black streaks can be removed with low pressure and the right chemicals.
What is this white powdery stuff on my masonry and can it be removed?
The white powdery stuff is called Efflorescence. It is caused when water seeps through and dissolves salts inside then evaporates leaving the salt on the surface. It can be removed with the right pressure and chemicals.
Why does wood turn gray and can you bring back out the color?
Wood turns gray because it is being exposed to water and the sun. In order to prevent your wood from turning gray, stain and seal your deck or fence every 2 years.