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Getting Down and Dirty on Window Cleaning

Getting Down and Dirty on Window Cleaning

Window cleaning is a dirty job, but someone’s got to do it, right? If that “someone” is you, can you honestly say it’s a chore you don’t dread twice a year? If you live in a tiny little ranch-style house, maybe it’s a quick, easy task that barely disrupts your precious day off. But if you […]

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New Year's Resolution: Schedule Pressure Wash Contractor for Spring

New Year’s Resolution: Schedule Pressure Wash Contractor for Spring

If you’ve let another year slip by without cleaning and pressure washing your home’s exterior, it’s probably too late to try it now. With too little sun and early nightfall, you shouldn’t risk having water freeze on your exterior surfaces after a cleaning. Unevaporated water in concrete pores, under siding and in wood grain can expand and damage […]

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Keep Your Deck Looking Good With These Preventive Measures

Fall Preventive Measures for your Deck

As fall arrives, many homeowners are assuming that their deck maintenance chores are finally over for another year. However, there are a few simple steps that you can take during this season to help your deck avoid damage throughout the winter and look its best when spring arrives. Take care of these four fall preventative […]

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Add These Chores to Your Fall Maintenance Checklist

Regular maintenance of your home’s exterior is essential to reducing overall costs from repairs and damage while extending the lifespan of siding, roofing, doors and windows. Summer is coming quickly to a close, and with it, the return of autumn and home maintenance season! The following checklist will help make sure you don’t miss any of […]

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don't overlook driveway maintenance

Don’t Overlook Driveway Maintenance

Your home is your most valuable asset. Although you might be good about maintaining your home, there may be one area that you are overlooking—your driveway. Dirty, worn concrete or cement driveways can reduce the curb appeal of your home over time. Driveways worn by the effects of excessive heat and cold, winter road salt, oil […]

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