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Leesburg, Virginia

Power Washing in Leesburg, Virginia


When you live in a mid-Atlantic town like Leesburg, VA, you can never know exactly what type of weather to expect any given year. Generally, we plan for rainy springs, humid summers and a few snowstorms to wrap up the year. After many consecutive years of such weather, our homes naturally start showing some signs of wear and tear. Hidden beneath the dirt and algae coating our homes is their original, squeaky-clean aesthetic. When it’s time to restore your home to its original beauty with a power washing or house washing, Leesburg, VA residents should trust Shine Select for the job! 

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


Our extensive experience house washing and roof cleaning has brought us all over the Northern Virginia, DC, and Maryland. When we encounter tough staining, we have the experience to find the right solution to make it disappear in just one visit. Critically, we understand that using high pressures to blast stains away isn’t always the best idea, as accidental damage can easily take place. That’s why we’re always adjusting our approach depending on specific situations. 

When cleaning delicate areas of the home, we implement a Soft Wash method that allows us to dial the pressure back and lift stains with a careful selection of bio friendly cleaners. During a house wash, the Soft Wash method prevents damage to siding and windows. Soft Washing can also ensure you avoid voiding your roofs warranty by accidentally exceeding the recommended washing pressure. 

When is it Time for a House Washing?


If you start to notice greenish/ brownish or black growth on the exterior of your home, it’s safe to say you should consider a house washing. These substances are most likely, algae, bacteria, mildew, mold or even a little bit of each. Not only do they reduce curb appeal, but the substances will likely only continue their spread and can begin to wear away at the surfaces they rest on. 

When is it Time for a Roof Cleaning?


Ultimately, there is a good chance that growth is beginning to spread to your roof if it has already appeared on the exterior of the rest of your home. When determining if it is time for your next roof cleaning, we recommend keeping these key factors in mind:
  • Amount of rainfall
  • Amount of shade surrounding your home
  • Accumulation of debris
  • Accumulation of snow

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
 

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


Don’t put off power washing your Leesburg, VA home! Here are five reasons to schedule your roof cleaning and house washing with Shine Select Today:

Extend the life of your home’s exterior surfaces. The unsightly growth we notice on the exterior of our homes can slowly eat away at their surfaces over time. Routine roof cleaning and hose washing can extend their lifespan greatly depending on the weather conditions and moisture of your location. 

Keep yourself safe. Mold, fungus, mildew, and algae are all allergens that can worsen your outdoor experience. If left to grow, they can even worsen your indoor experience assuming they manage to spread inside your attic. 

Boost curb appeal. After a morning or afternoon of roof cleaning and house washing, your home will look the best it has since the day you moved in!

Slight energy efficiency improvements. When a home’s exterior darkens over time due to algae growth, it will absorb more solar energy from the sun and heat up your home as a result. 

Homeowner’s insurance compliance. Homeowner’s insurance usually covers damage incurred to roofs. Keep up with your roof cleanings to ensure that there is no doubt that potential damage only occurred in the first place by ignoring infestations or avoiding general maintenance.