4 Reasons to Power Wash Your Home Exteriors Before a Party

why you should power wash your home before a party

In this article, I’m going to tell you why you should power wash your home before a party.

If you’re like us, summer never seems to last long enough. It’s August already and we’re still anxious for more cookouts, pool parties, and reunions. After all, outdoor entertaining is what summer is all about. And with the global pandemic having put a pause on festivals, fairs, concerts, and sporting events, our main source of fun has become our own back yards. But often lost among the menus, music, games, and decorations of party planning is power washing. Cleaning home exteriors is an important part of hosting a big event, however, and its effects are far-reaching. Here are some of the ways it can benefit your bash.

It Gets the Place Clean

First impressions matter, so you want to ensure that guests are greeted by a clean, welcoming home. But too many exteriors are marred by caked-on dirt, unsightly black streaks, algae stains, and even mold and mildew growths. It could take all summer long to clean the mess by yourself, which is why we recommend hiring a power washing service. Simply put, power washing is the quickest and most effective way of cleaning outdoor surfaces. And by scheduling an appointment with Peak Power Wash, you can focus on preparing for your party while we wash your exteriors. We’ll be finished in a snap, and your home, deck, sidewalks, and other spaces will sparkle with that brand-new shine.

It Makes Your Home More Safe

Perhaps even more important than a clean home, you need to have a safe space for guests to gather. Much of your party will take part on the deck, which means the area needs to be inspected for safety issues. This includes making sure deck railings and steps are secure, metal fasteners are in place, and deck boards are stable. Power washing actually helps ensure your deck is safe and sound. Peak Power Wash pays close attention to the surfaces we clean, and if we find any wood rot, loose boards, or other concerns, we’ll promptly let you know.

It Lets You Spend More Time with Guests

It can be difficult spending one-on-one time with visitors during a large gathering, but it’s an important step in making everyone feel welcome. And power washing home exteriors actually helps you get more of that important guest time. By having invested in a quality power washing, you’ll know that your outdoor spaces are clean and presentable, saving you from running around looking for what you may have missed during your cleaning. It also provides you with confidence knowing your structures are safe and secure, so you can spend less time worrying and more time mingling.

It Makes Visitors More Comfortable

Cleaning your exteriors has many benefits, and one of them is that it removes insects and their nests from between siding and deck boards. This means there will be fewer bugs to buzz around your guests and crash the party. Power washing also removes the pollen that is coating outdoor surfaces this time of year. That will be greatly appreciated by guests with allergy problems, and frankly, eliminating coughs and sneezes from your gathering in this time of COVID-19 will help all your visitors breathe easier.

We know you’re proud of your home, and our pledge to you is that we’ll treat it with the tender loving care it deserves. We’re so confident that you’ll love how your home looks after a Peak Power Wash cleaning that we back every job with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.



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