Why Rain Is No Substitute for Power Washing

After a wet spring and summer, be prepared for more rain as we head into September. With an annual average of nearly 4 inches of rainfall, September is the wettest month of the year for our region. But that doesn’t mean homeowners throughout Maryland should put off power washing. Despite what you may have heard, rainwater
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Salute Summer with a Patriotic Labor Day Party

Labor Dayt

We never like to see summer come to an end, but at least we get a chance to send it off in style this Labor Day weekend.  Use the upcoming holiday as a great excuse for one last patriotic party. If you’re not sure how to throw the ultimate end-of-summer celebration, we have a few simple tips
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Eco-Friendly Solutions

eco-friendly pressure washing

Eco-Friendly Pressure Washing Solutions for Your Pressure Washer After working in this business for more than a decade, we’ve found a number of eco-friendly ways to make pressure washing more effective. Oil, grease, grime, mildew, rust stains, bird droppings—you name it. While we never know what stains will pop up next, we can use a
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Before You Pressure Wash Your Siding…

things you need to know for pressure washing

Is your siding looking a little rough these days?  Whether you’re dealing with mold, algae, or general grime, take a second before you begin to pressure wash.  Especially if you’re thinking about DIYing this particular project, we want to share some professional insights!  From all of us at Peak Power Wash, here are things you
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How to Prepare for Spring Allergies

how to prepare for spring allergies

Spring has almost sprung! It’s time for warmer weather and outdoor activities—including power washing. Soon the gentle breezes will be wafting fresh pollen into your indoor/outdoor living spaces. Aggravating allergies across Central Maryland and Southern Pennsylvania.  If your household struggles with springtime allergies, you can start taking steps to mitigate irritants (like mold, mildew, algae,
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One Step Ahead of Winter Weather

how to prepare for winter weather

‘Tis the season for winter weather!  Throughout Maryland and Pennsylvania, this season bring unpredictable conditions.  While you can’t prepare for everything, you can certainly try!  With these tips on how to prepare for winter weather, you should stay one step ahead of what’s in store. 1. Winterize Your Home As the first step, you can
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A Better Way to Clean: Soft Wash

is soft wash effective

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 as people wonder whether soft wash is effective.  Today, we want to get into specifics.  We prefer a soft wash
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Before You Paint, Power Wash

why you should power wash before you paint

When you want to change up your exterior paint color, before you hire a residential painting contractor remember to power wash first!  Although this may not be the first step you think of, it’s nevertheless a very important one.  Just schedule this right in between picking a color and scheduling the painters, so you can
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Outdoor Décor:  Fall Edition

With the official start of fall only a few days away, now’s the time to swap out those summer decorations for something a little more festive.  Just because temperatures are cooling down doesn’t mean you can’t continue to use your outdoor spaces!  Follow these tips and you’ll have a cozy area on your deck, porch,
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Pressure Washing in the Rain:  Is it Safe?

is it safe to pressure wash in the rain

This year, we’ve had one of the wettest summers on record.  Just because the rain won’t stop doesn’t mean you can put your projects on hold. When it comes to pressure washing, you’re probably wondering is it safe to pressure wash in the rain?  While safety is a concern, the professionals at Peak Power Wash can
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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.