Pressure washing the exterior of your home, building, or structure is one of the best ways to revitalize the look of your property. Most masonry materials are naturally porous and over time, rain, dirt, and mold can make a structure look dingy and aged.
There are some important factors to consider before approving any pressure washing work to be done on your structure.
ABOUT PRESSURE WASHING
Not all masonry should be treated equal when it come to pressure washing. Some softer materials need special handling so that the water pressure doesn’t break or chip away the surface of the stone, brick, or concrete.
Pressure washing should be done by a trained expert who is familiar with the type of material that needs the treatment. All of our technicians at Brick Restoration are trained to know what materials can handle each level of pressure and the best technique to use with each structure.
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Our Restoration Specialists are trained to treat appointments as consultations. With this approach we focus on providing expert advice and recommendations on how to cost effectively achieve your goals. After discussing the scope of work to be done and addressing any possible concerns, your Restoration Specialist will determine if an estimate can be prepared on the spot. In some cases more time is needed to prepare the most accurate estimate possible.
We’ll have a written proposal emailed to you within 24 hrs for your review. You can approve it by just replying to the email or call us if you have any questions or concerns. Once the proposal has been approved, we will secure a date for the work to be completed. Once scheduled, most jobs can be completed in one day.
The day before your scheduled work date your Restoration Specialist will call you to let you know which crew will be working on your property and what time they will be arriving. The Crew Lead will notify you upon their arrival and upon completion of the work for you to give the final seal of satisfaction.