Grease-Eaters Power Washing has earned a reputation as pressure washing professionals because of the superior service that we provide. This includes answering any questions that you may have about your exterior cleaning needs!
Do You Work With Commercial Clients?
Yes! From maximum pressure commercial pressure washing for your sidewalks and gas pumps to soft washing for storefront cleaning and building washing, we've got the equipment, knowledge, and determination for any commercial cleaning project, large or small. Fast, reliable, and affordable, but with meticulous attention that will have your business property looking its best, Grease-Eaters Power Washing is the ideal local choice for smart, value-conscious commercial pressure washing service.
How Often Should I Get My House Washed?
Some people schedule regular annual pressure washing for their houses, but there is really no fixed timeframe on how often you should do this. Whether your home requires a pressure wash depends on the situation. Weather and other factors can affect the state of your house. When it comes to pressure washing in Baltimore, the best precaution is to check your home.
All in all, it is pretty hard to "overwash" a home. Having a trusted company come and have a look to ensure a pressure wash would be a good solution for your home is the best thing a homeowner can do. We recommend having your house washed at least once per year. This provides consistent protection from harmful algae, mold, and other contaminants.
I Have Old, Set In Stains. Does Your Service Clean Those Up?
Absolutely! Give us a call and one of our pressure washing experts will blast away oil and rust stains from your exterior concrete surfaces. We can help bring new life to your driveway and outdoor walkways in no time at all.
Are Your Cleaning Methods Or Chemicals Environmentally Safe?
We use top-quality biodegradable cleaning solutions that are always safe for people, pets, and plants. Our eco-friendly products pack a powerful punch that attacks harmful contaminants and organisms at their source, safely removing them and washing them away with clean water.