House Cleaning Tips for a Flu-Free Home

It’s that time of year when Maryland and Pennsylvania residents are getting sick of winter. Too many individuals, however, are also getting sick from winter. More specifically, it’s the flu that’s got so many of us under the weather. Cases of influenza have been widespread throughout the area, and there’s still a couple more months
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Go Green When Cleaning Your Home

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Go Green When Cleaning Your Home The sun has set on summer fun, but that doesn’t mean the good times have to end. Just move the party inside—after a little green cleaning.  While there are a lot of products on the market that eliminate dirt, grease, and grime, many contain chemicals that may do more harm
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Make Your Pool Eco-Friendly

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  There’s no better place to spend a hot summer’s day than by the swimming pool. It’s a popular spot with friends and family.  Plus, a quick dip in the water offers the ultimate relief from high temperatures. But while the pool is helping you make the most of the season, it could be harming the
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Work Smarter with Soft Wash

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You’ve probably heard the saying “Work smarter, not harder.” That’s the driving force behind our soft wash technique!  At Peak Power Wash, we believe that it’s better to come up with new and better techniques, rather than relying on outdated methods and brute force. Even though we appreciate the many advantages of pressure washing, we
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A Better Way to Clean:  Soft Wash

It’s officially 2019.  Don’t you think it’s time we find a better way to clean?  At Peak Power Wash, we talk a lot about green cleaning methods and what sets us apart from our competitors.  But today, we want to get into specifics.  We prefer a soft wash approach, as opposed to traditional power washing. 
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Go Green in the New Year

As you’re setting your New Year’s resolutions, try to add a few “green” items to the list.  Becoming more environmentally friendly in 2019 has lots of benefits!  For you, for your family, and for your community.  Plus, it doesn’t have to be hard.  Rather than approach it like a complete lifestyle change, just try to
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Do Leaves Cause Stains?

At this time of year, leaves are everywhere!  In your yard, on your roof, and all over the walkways.  While it may seem like a never-ending task to try to keep up with leaf removal in October, we encourage you to try.  What few people realize is that this common debris can leave lasting stains
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Clean Green

When it comes to cleaning your home, you want to make eco-friendly decisions.  Whether you’re worried about your family, your landscaping, or the environment as a whole, swapping your chemical-laden cleaners for something greener can make a big difference.  Even when trying to remove harsh stains from your exterior, you don’t have use harsh materials. 
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How You can Help the Chesapeake Bay at Home

As a part of the Chesapeake Bay watershed, our day-to-day habits affect this huge body of water more than you might think. This area extends all the from Virginia to New York, including parts of Pennsylvania and West Virginia. If you live pretty much anywhere in Maryland or Delaware, chances are you’re within the watershed.
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Go Green at Home

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When it comes to being more eco-friendly, a little goes a long way.  You don’t have to completely change your lifestyle in order to have a green household.  By switching up a few of your everyday practices, you can lighten the load on the environment and reduce the amount of harsh chemicals within your home. 
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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, and Woodbine in Carroll County. Ellicott City, Clarksville, Columbia, and Elkridge in Howard County. Reisterstown and Upperco in Baltimore County. New Market, Walkersville, Thurmont, Emmittsburg in Frederick County. Hagerstown, Boonsboro, Smithsburg in Washington County. Other areas include Spring Grove, Gettysburg, Littlestown, Waynesboro, Chambersburg, and Hanover Pennsylvania.