Deck cleaning is vitally important to the regular upkeep of your deck. A poorly maintained deck quickly turns grey in color. This is because your deck deteriorates due to dirt, mold, and algae that gradually tear apart the surface of the wood. Soon splinters form, creating a rougher surface which is more inviting to dirt and grime.
Preventing this type of situation is easy if you keep your deck treated with a professional grade deck staining or wood deck sealing product that has been applied properly.
But before you purchase a wood sealer from your local home improvement store, you should know that sealing decks is only one part of what it takes to do the job properly. Before deck stains or sealers are applied, the wood needs to be thoroughly washed and cleaned with a pressure cleaner to remove the dirt, grime, and soil that has been imbedded deep into the wood’s grain. For most homeowners (and inexperienced professionals), using a pressure cleaner on wood can be very difficult. It is very easy to damage your deck inadvertently. We will not only restore your deck to like-new condition, but you can rest assured that the work will be done correctly and without the worry of damage, providing for years of future enjoyment.
Add Some Curb Appeal To Your Home With Clean Concrete
No matter how much effort you put into cleaning your home, stained driveways and walkways will diminish the overall look and take away from the beauty if not cleaned to match. Power washing concrete will add curb appeal to your home and provide a welcome path to your doors.
Pool Areas Need Cleaning Too
Time to clean up around your pool area? Our pressure washing technicians clean pool decks and other nearby areas to make your pool as clean and inviting as possible. We clean concrete pavers, tile, stamped concrete, or any other surface that surrounds your pool.
Our Total Service Pro pressure washers can blast away a whole winter’s worth of leaves, bird droppings, grime, dirt, debris, and so much more! Your deck and concrete will look great when we’re done cleaning!
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About Clifton Park, New York
Clifton Park, New York (population, close to 60,000) is located in Saratoga County and is part of a larger Albany metropolitan area. Clifton Park contains several small communities including Ballston Lake, Elnora, Flagler Corners, Grooms Corners, Rexford, Round Lake and Vischer Ferry; almost all of these hamlets are located along Route 146. A small-town charm creates a sense of community within the town that is appealing to those who choose to live there. The town has a strong focus on the environment and is home to several parks, including CDP Park and Clifton Park Nature Preserve. The latter offers a variety of hiking trails as well as an observation tower.
The first settlers in what is now Clifton Park, New York were established in the 17th century. The town or area was named in 1707 by Nanning Harmansen, who sent letters to Lord Cornbury requesting letters of Patent for Land he bought from the Indigenous Americans. In those letters, he stated that he wanted the patent to be known by “Your name of Cliftons Park”, and the patent was named the Clifton Park Patent. The Iroquois name for the Clifton Park Patent was Shenendehowa (meaning “Great Plains”) which is where the school district derives its name.
Neighborhoods in Clifton Park, New York
Calico Colony Park, Clifton Park, Burnt Hills, Alplaus, Clifton Park Rest Area, Clifton Common, Halfmoon Beach, Murphy Pond, William K. Collins Memorial Park, Clifton Knoll, Garnsey Park, West Sky Natural Area, Clifton Park Town Hall, Clifton Gardens Park, Boyack Road Park, Dwaas Kill Nature Preserve, George T. Smith Park, U-Haul Neighborhood Dealer, Kinns Road Park, Indian Kill Nature Preserve