Patio Washing Overview
Springbrook Power Washing has perfected the art of patio cleaning. Our team can transform your concrete, stone, brick, or paver patio from dingy to like-new. By using the best industry-leading detergents and equipment, we safely and effectively deep clean contaminants such as mold, algae, or dirt. Let us do the dirty work of getting your patio ready for relaxing and entertaining again. Call or click today for your free estimate; you’ll be glad you did.
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Common Patio Washing Problems
Green Mold & Algae - Usually found on the north side of homes, decking, railings, concrete, paver or stone patios and anywhere that is shaded for periods of time during the day. Mold buildup can become a fall hazard due to its slippery nature on horizontal surfaces such as concrete, brick, pavers, pressure-treated wood or composite decking. It can also cause or worsen allergy symptoms and respiratory problems. Mold and algae can be fully removed from patios with Professional Power Washing.
Black Mold - Commonly grows on shaded concrete driveways, paver patios, steps, terraces, and walkways. The worst type of mold can cause allergy symptoms and respiratory problems. Professional Patio Pressure Washing can fully remove black mold from your stone patios.
Porous Surface - Brick, Concrete Paver or Natural Stone Patios are naturally porous surfaces that absorb water. However, your patio surface will also absorb other contaminants along with that water. These contaminants build up and form visible stains on your patio.
Moss growing in Patio Joints - You may be wondering how to remove moss from your patio. It's common for moss to compromise the joints in your natural stone, brick or paver surfaces. This moss will build up in your brick paver joints and compromise the integrity of the surface, shortening its useful life. Power washing can safely remove this moss and leave the joints ready to be re-sanded. We do not provide re-sanding services.
Cracking Concrete - Over time, the water absorbed into concrete, paver or natural stone patios will freeze during our New England winters. When the water freezes it expands, and this causes the surface to crack. Concrete steps, paver patios, and walkways should be sealed yearly to preserve and protect these valuable areas at your home.
Patio Washing Process
Upon arriving at your home, we will make a thorough inspection of the patio area to make sure no windows are open nearby, and sensitive items are away from the work areas. We take extra precautions that our hoses do not affect any landscaping, garden areas, or other objects near the home.
At this time, all landscaping surrounding the work area will be wet down with water. We will then apply our exclusive detergent solution and mildew preventative treatment to your concrete, brick or paver patio. Detergent is allowed to dwell for several minutes allowing the mold to soften to eliminate all growth.
Each section of your patio is then thoroughly pressure washed and rinsed to remove dead mold and detergent, leaving your patio looking like new! All landscaping is rinsed with fresh water again during this phase as a preventative measure.
Finally, we perform a walk around after all your scheduled services are complete to make sure we did not miss anything. We reconnect your garden hose and leave the work area neat and orderly. We will then mail/email you an invoice, or we can accept payment on-site if someone is home. For payment, we accept personal checks, credit cards, or cash.
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You can trust SpringBrook Power Washing. With over 32,000 homes washed and more than 18 years in business serving Rhode Island, Eastern Connecticut, and Massachusetts, we have experience pressure washing thousands of patios, pool patios, and paver surfaces. We CARE about your property and getting you the right information and services for your home. Contact SpringBrook today for results that your neighbors will envy.