Patio and Masonry Cleaning

This patio is typical of many 
horizontal masonry surfaces. 
Tree sap, pollen, leaves, etc. 
just settle there. All of these 
very natural materials form a 
very rich fertile mixture for 
mildew, algae and moss 
to grow on and that's fine
....in the woods. 
Deep down
                    Cleaning
Slime
                      Busters
The process begins with 
the application of detergents and
mildewcides applied in  
 
separates steps.
high pressure wash is then 
used to remove material from 
deep in the pores. No amount 
scrubbing can get anything  
close to these results.
The average cost to the customer for 
a patio wash will range between 
$275 and $450. Of course, you have 
the occasional exception. If, however, 
I am already set up and washing your 
siding, for instance, the cost can drop 
to as little as $70. 
Bringing
                    back the beauty
Stone dust is then used to fill in the cracks. A
                    masonry sealer can then be applied.
When  brick has been cleaned, 
stone dust is  often used to fill in 
the cracks. A masonry sealer 
can then be applied to make the
surface less porous.
"Cool Deck" is cool to your bare 
feet when you're walking around the 
pool. This surface, as do pretty much 
all masonry surfaces, cleans up 
beautifully. This and the next photo 
show the work in progress. 
Cleanliness IS Godliness
partially
                      cleaned
It's a real good idea to then seal 
your surface to help prevent the 
grime from settling into this 
porous surface again.
Another brick walkway with its 
beauty hideden beneath the detritus.
Uncovering the
                      hidden beauty
Front steps and landings are included in all house
                      washes.
Front steps and landings are 
included in all house washes.