Are your unsightly decks & fences diminishing the curb appeal of your home?
At Affordable House Wash, we commonly hear the story of how a homeowner loved the appearance of their decks & fences when they were new, but over time they can become a real eyesore. The good news is you don’t have to live with unsightly decks & fences at your home in or near Bealeton, Virginia. Oftentimes, a professional cleaning can make your home’s exterior components look like new again.
We can provide expert cleaning services for a variety of decking and fencing building materials, including:
- Wood: Keep your wood looking beautiful season after season.
- Composite: While composite fencing is known for superior strength and durability, it still needs to be maintained over time.
- Vinyl: We are familiar with the special cleaning recommendations from common manufacturers.
No matter what materials your decks & fences are made with, you will need to have them thoroughly cleaned once in a while. Generally, we recommend cleaning these at least two times a year to extend their lifespan and make sure that you keep them looking their best and maintain the curb appeal of your property. This regular cleaning will protect and restore their appearance. It will also allow you to monitor the material for any other maintenance needs that may arise because you will be able to see its true condition.
When caring for your decks & fences, we will never cut corners. Our specialized equipment is powerful enough to cut through tough grime and other buildup, but gentle enough to avoid damaging your surfaces. If you have any kind of spill, it is important to reach out to us quickly for an additional cleaning to preserve your stain warranty. Call us today with any questions or to schedule services.
At Affordable House Wash, we can wash decks & fences in Prince William County, Bealeton, Warrenton, Culpeper, Opal, Madison, Gainesville, Manassas, Bristow, Haymarket, Nokesville, Calverton, Catlett, Marshall, Rapidan, Goldvein, Sumerduck, Hartwood, and Falmouth, Virginia.