WOODEN AND VINYL FENCE CLEANING COMPANYFENCE CLEANING
We can effectively remove organic matter such as earth, algae, and mold, as well as non-organic matter like paint or stain from both wooden and vinyl fences.
If you have specific questions regarding residential fence cleaning services or would like to schedule an appointment, send us an email or call 417-222-3456.
SEARCHING FOR A FENCE CLEANING SERVICE?
Do you know what to look for when searching for a quality fence cleaning service? Consider the following: Safety Considerations, Methods & Techniques, and Competitive Pricing.
When considering hiring an individual or company to clean your fence, the first order of business should always be to verify they have proper insurance in place. We include a copy of our General Liability Insurance with every estimate.
Depending on the construction material of your fence, you’ll want to ensure the individual or company has the right equipment. Our van and trailer combination includes high-end, professional gear for both soft-washing and pressure washing.
Finally, ask for references. We encourage all potential clients to review our client feedback and gallery photographs.
Methods & Techniques
Upon interviewing an individual or company, ask about their methods and techniques. The response should be along these lines.
Regarding wooden fences: There are circumstances that require a wooden fence be soft-washed, and other times when pressure washing is more appropriate. It really depends on the desired result. For example, if one is simply wanting to remove earth, algae, or mold, then soft-washing and a moderate rinse would probably be most appropriate. But if one is preparing a wooden fence for a fresh coat of paint or stain, then pressure-washing is probably the way to go.
Regarding vinyl fences: Because the construction material is sensitive to cracking under pressure, a soft-wash technique followed by a moderate rinse should always be utilized. What a soft-wash will include is a chemical application to safely reduce the bond between the surface of the vinyl and whatever organic matter you’re trying to remove.
You’ll likely find an individual with a pressure-washer and a pick-up truck to give you the lowest-estimate. If price is the only concern, then by all means hire that person. Just remember they’re likely uninsured; they probably won’t show up; their vehicle may leak oil in the driveway; they won’t be properly trained; so-on and so-forth.
We’ve invested tens-of-thousands of dollars into professional equipment and have a legitimate business to maintain – and we’re almost certainly not going to be the lowest-priced company in town. But our pricing is transparent and should be reasonably competitive. Our goal is to make a living, not a killing – and be here year after year to service your property.