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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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  At Peak Power Wash, we believe that it’s better to come up with new and better techniques, rather than relying on outdated methods and brute force.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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Masonry Maintenance 101

Masonry

For thousands of years, we’ve been improving how we utilize and care for masonry in our homes. Naturally, this feature can improve the appearance and value of your home whether you’re planning to live in it or sell it. You may think you already have clean and beautiful brick. But what does your masonry really look
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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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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.