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Prep Your Outdoor Space for Summer!

Spring is here, and the summer months are on their way! With the weather change and time for spring cleaning arrival comes more time spent outdoors soaking up the sun. But what is the condition of your outdoor space? Is it ready for barbecues and birthday parties? Is it ready for April showers and the
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Pressure Washing VS Power Washing. What’s the Difference?

Considering giving your outdoor space a firm scrubbing, pressure vs power washing? You’ve probably heard both the terms power washing and pressure washing as good options for cleaning applications. But do you know the differences? Are you trying to decide whether to employ Power Washing or pressure washing? Let us help you decide! Similar Tech,
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Gas vs Electric – What’s the Best Choice For You?

If you’re considering doing power washing yourself or even purchasing a power washer to own, there are two main options when it comes to how they’re powered, gas vs electric. Both of course will employ water, but how that water gets run through the Washer can vary. The two main categories we’ll be discussing today
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Is Power Washing Necessary?

Power washing has become a mainstay of home and business exterior upkeep. Though it isn’t always necessary, it can make short work of very large scale cleaning jobs. So how do you decide whether this type of cleaning is the correct application? Let’s go over some considerations. Concrete and Asphalt The first item to consider
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All About Soft Washing

The purpose of soft washing is the fact that it can gently clean the exteriors of your home at a reduced pressure.  There are just some home exteriors that you cannot use a power wash for. The high pressure can cause more damage to the surface.  What Should You Know About Soft Washing? For exterior
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Fall Deck Pressure Washing

Fall deck pressure washing will keep your outdoor space in style. In the Fall, it’s always nice to be able to sit out on your deck next to a warm bonfire and taking in the crisp air. Prevent damage to your wood deck by pressure washing correctly. There are several benefits for getting your wooden
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There are certain things that should not be pressure washed

Wood Siding It is very difficult to pressure wash wood siding correctly. Most of the time it is done incorrectly and can bring consequences. The water tends to get under the exterior surface, and this can heavily damage insulation and result in mold growth. Wood siding is the one scenario in which if it is
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Suggestions for places to power wash around your property

Gutters & Siding Regardless of the material used on the exterior of your home, Peak Power Wash can pressure wash or power wash your stucco, vinyl, or brick facade to give your home the impressive curb appeal you’ve been seeking. We have a variety of extension wands to reach even second and third story siding,
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5 Things to Know About Power Washing

Power Washing vs. Pressure Washing Though they sound very similar, power washing and pressure washing are two different house cleaning services. In the case of power washing, technicians heat the water. Pressure washing which uses cool or cold ground water is more suitable for projects like concrete, wood, stone, and painted surfaces. It’s Dangerous Many
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The Top 3 Reasons To Have Your Home Power Washed This Summer

The Weather Is Perfect Weather can make or break the ability to complete outdoor projects. Since summer months here in the north east are mostly sunny, it is the ideal time to hire Peak Power Wash. Another benefit of the summer months is the longer days, enabling more work to be completed, especially on larger
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Our home power washing and home pressure washing service area includes, but is not limited to: Westminster, Finksburg, Hampstead, Sykesville, Eldersburg, Manchester, New Windsor, Mt Airy, Taneytown, Woodbine in Carroll County. Ellicott City, Clarksville, Columbia, Elkridge in Howard. Reisterstown, Upperco, in Baltimore County. New Market, Walkersville, Thurmont, Emmittsburg in Frederick. Hagerstown, Boonsboro, Smithsburg in Washington County. Other areas include Spring Grove, Gettysburg, Littlestown, Waynesboro, Chambersburg, and Hanover Pennsylvania.