February 5th, 2020
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
February 6th, 2019
Winter is rough time for most of us—and our sidewalks. Between the temperature fluctuations and excess moisture, it’s no wonder they’re cracking! In Maryland and Pennsylvania, we have especially inconsistent weather that only contributes to this problem. If you have concrete sidewalks, though, youmight be making it worse. Not sure how? Well, we’ll explain. Why Concrete?
October 24th, 2018
Throughout Maryland and Pennsylvania, temperatures have dropped drastically in the last few weeks. Whether or not you’re a fan of cooler weather, a change like this inevitably brings questions. Like, “Can you still schedule power washing?” or “When does it get too cold to pressure wash my home?” Since it seems like fall’s here to stay
January 18th, 2018
Snow, slush, and ice can be treacherous. While winter is a beautiful season, this doesn’t change the fact that freezing and snowy conditions will leave surfaces difficult to travel on both in a vehicle and on foot. It’s easy to just brush off slippery conditions, but consider that a bad fall could lead to potential