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INVEST IN YOUR PROPERTY

Protect Your Concrete Surface

Your outside areas are a vital part of your property. Whether a multi-family unit, restaurant, medical facility, or office building, one thing remains a fact: your concrete surface factor into your visitor experience. We invest in the positive first impression of your property and its long-lasting care to match. Even if your concrete surfaces are not the main attraction of your building, they are still a component of investment maintenance.

Concrete areas are high-traffic spaces by the nature of the material. They need an extra boost of care. Our team uses an industry-grade pressure washing service. We prepare your exterior areas for a clean, safe surface with long-lasting results. Using a professional versus a DIY method can prevent build-up beneath the siding of mold, algae, and mildew. Our professionally trained technicians use the latest designed equipment that allows us to control pressure and water amounts while targeting those critical areas.

Invest in cleaning your concrete areas at least once a year to keep them in tip-top shape. Before starting, remove items from the area while inspecting the areas for cracks or chips. Sometimes, necessary repairs should happen before the cleaning process begins. Sweep or use a blower to clean off the surface of your concrete to get an accurate assessment if repairs are needed. We will spot treat stains, such as rust, or focus on removing dangerous grease and oil stains. Once the concrete is clean, prevent further staining by applying a concrete sealer or masonry primary and top coat. For additional guidance, contact us for a complimentary consultation.

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