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House Power Washing – Greensboro NC

House Power Washing – Greensboro, NC

Services

The home power washing experts at Peak Power Wash can handle even the most challenging jobs. Our top priority is providing our clients with home pressure washing services of the highest quality, at an affordable cost. All of our friendly technicians are highly trained in every type of power washing. Read on to learn more.

 

Soft Washing

Are you concerned about the dingy state of your home exterior? If your siding or deck has seen better days, then you may be considering power washing as an easy alternative to outright replacement. However, you may be worried about traditional pressure washing damaging your outdoor surfaces. At Peak Power Wash, we specialize in soft washing, which cleans without causing damage. Using a low-pressure stream of water and biodegradable solutions, our team will safely and effectively remove dirt, grime, and mildew from your siding, deck, and more. Not only will soft washing leave your home looking like new, but it will also extend the life of your outdoor surfaces.

 

House Washing/Vinyl Siding

The types of siding we clean are as follows:

  • Vinyl
  • Aluminum
  • Cedar
  • Stone
  • Veneer
  • Asbestos
  • Stucco
  • Brick

We can even clean up that pole barn or shed in your backyard!

Patio/Masonry Washing

We offer high-quality patio/masonry cleaning services that can help to restore the appearance of your home. Over time, the accumulation of dirt, moss, mold, mildew, oil stains, rust and other unsightly stains can take a toll on masonry surfaces around your property. Our team of experienced professionals use the latest equipment and techniques to get rid of all those tough stains, leaving your masonry patio looking like new again. Not only does this improve the curb appeal of your home, but it can also help to increase its value. So if you’re looking for a way to breathe new life into your property, our masonry cleaning services are the perfect solution.

Composite/Wood Vinyl Deck and Fence Washing

Over time, every deck will lose its original luster. If it’s been a few years since you built your deck or moved into your home, chances are it’s due for a makeover through deck washing.

A multitude of factors are considered when deciding which cleaning or stripping agent will be used to restore the wood to its original state. Choosing the right type of cleaner is essential to avoid damaging the wood. After pressure washing the wood, a neutralizing process must be done to ensure that the sealer or stain will adhere properly. Once the wood has dried, it is time to apply a contractor-grade sealer or stain.

Composite decking is often thought of as being maintenance-free. In reality, it needs to be properly cared for like everything else and is especially susceptible to mold and mildew growth. We can restore your composite deck to its original beauty.

About Us

Founded in 1998, Peak Power Wash has been providing Chambersburg, PA and the surrounding areas with high-level professional pressure washing services. We pride ourselves on our expertise and customer satisfaction above all else. We are a family-owned and operated business based in Chambersburg, PA that serves Franklin, Adams and York counties of Pennsylvania as well Carroll and Frederick county areas of Maryland. Our 100% satisfaction guarantee is offered with every job.

About Greensboro, NC

Despite an abundance of emerald foliage, the Greensboro name doesn’t reference a color. Greensboro honors Gen. Nathanael Greene, who led American forces in the Revolutionary War’s Battle of Guilford Courthouse in 1781.

But where is the final “e” in Greensboro? It seems to have tumbled out of the middle of the city’s name. In fact, it was never there. As a consequence, many think Greensboro is named for its greenery. Why county commissioners – who paid $98 for 42 acres in 1808 to start Greensborough, as originally spelled – dropped the general’s last letter is a mystery. The “e” still appears in Greene Street, Greene Township, Gen. Greene School and Nathanael Greene School.

Saura and Keyauwee Indians were the earliest inhabitants of Piedmont North Carolina. The first settlers in the Greensboro area were mostly Germans, Quakers of Welsh and English descent, and Scotch-Irish who came from Northern colonies. Permanent settlement began around 1740. To thwart the invasion of North Carolina by 1,900 redcoats under Lord Cornwallis, American Major General Nathanael Greene deployed 4,400 rebels in three battle lines at Guilford Courthouse on March 15, 1781. Cornwallis lost one-quarter of his army, which hastened his eventual defeat at Yorktown seven months later. In 1808, elected officials mapped out a 42-acre tract of land, paid $98 to purchase it, and suggested that it be named Greensborough after the patriot commander Nathanael Greene.

Greensboro’s downtown is a thriving economic center and has been vibrant since the late 19th century, with new construction almost a constant. Even during the Great Depression of the 1930s, construction was noticeable. During the 1950s, business slowed and people flocked to the suburbs for space and expansion. Emptiness gradually increased over the next 30 years, but in the 1990s, the downtown area reignited and thrived with new beginnings towards becoming the destination that it is today. Downtown Greensboro is a prosperous and vibrant urban center today, memorable and meaningful for those who choose to live, work, and play here.

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