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Great Falls, Virginia

Power Washing in Great Falls, Virginia

Great Falls, VA residents know that we deal with all types of weather throughout the year. After a rainy spring and humid summer, we usually endure a few snowstorms as we move toward the start of a new year. Year after year, these conditions begin to leave our homes covered in a noticeable layer of dirt and algae. Beneath that layer of grime is the original aesthetic of your home, and our job is to help homeowners in Great Falls, VA reveal that beauty once again. When the time comes to restore the exterior appearance of your home, Great Falls residents should trust Shine Select for their house washing and roof cleaning. 

Why Should Great Falls Homeowners Choose Shine Select for House Washing and Roof Cleaning?

Shine Select has extensive experience house washing and roof cleaning for clients throughout Northern Virginia. Naturally, that means we’ve encountered a lot of tough staining. Our power washing methods safely eliminate it in just one visit from the team. While many other power washing companies rely solely on high pressure washing to blast stains away, we realize that simply won’t work on more delicate areas of the home. If your home needs cleaning on its delicate surfaces, we can make sure it gets taken care of without any damage whatsoever. 

Our Soft Washing method allows us to dial the pressure back and still deliver amazing results with a careful selection of bio friendly cleaners designed to lift staining. This protects windows and siding during a house washing and ensures our team won’t void your roof’s warranty during our visit. 

Which Surfaces Does Shine Select Clean?

Between our standard house washing and Soft Wash methods, we can ensure the following areas are squeaky clean with no damage whatsoever:

House Washing
  • Vinyl
  • Aluminum Siding 
  • Stucco
  • Wood 
  • Brick 
Roof Cleaning
  • Asphalt Shingle
  • Metal
  • Wood Shake
  • Slate/Tile

When is it Time for a House Washing?

Any sort of new growth on the surface of your home is a sign that you should consider scheduling a house washing. If you notice black spots, green growth or discoloration on the surface of your home, you are likely seeing mildew, algae, bacteria, mold, or a mixture of each. If these substances are left to continue spreading, they can begin to attract pests and wear away at the surface. Instead of letting these effects worsen over time, Great Falls, VA residents should eliminate them entirely with a house washing. 

When is it Time for a Roof Cleaning?

If you’ve noticed new growth on your home, there’s a good chance it exists on your roof as well. You don’t want to ignore this growth, as it could potentially spread inside your attic and trigger allergy symptoms indoors. 

In Great Falls, VA, the usual time between roof cleanings will mostly depend on:
  • Amount of rainfall
  • Amount of shade surrounding your home
  • Accumulation of debris
  • Accumulation of snow

Why Should You Avoid Delaying Your Roof Cleaning and House Washing?

Don’t delay roof cleaning and house washing for your Great Falls, VA home! Here are five reasons to schedule your home’s power washing with Shine Select now:

Maximize the life of your home’s exterior. The black streaks that start appearing on our roofs and siding can be unsightly in the short term, and slowly wear away at our homes in the long term. Routine roof cleaning and house washing can extend their lifespan greatly depending on the conditions and moisture of your location. 

Stay allergen free. Mold, mildew, fungus, and algae are allergens that worsen your outdoor experience. If they spread from your roof to your attic, they can even trigger symptoms indoors.
Boost curb appeal. After a power washing, your home will look as perfect as it did the day you moved in. 

Improve your homes’ energy efficiency. Roofs and exterior walls are the main heat absorbers in a home, so if your home’s exterior is dirty or dark, it will absorb more solar energy from the sun and heat up your home as a result.

Homeowner’s insurance compliance. In most cases, homeowner’s insurance covers damage to roofs. However, insurers may not cover the damage to a roof if they believe that it was only caused by neglect or avoidance of routine maintenance.