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Frequently Asked Pressure Washing Questions - Answered By H2O Home Improvements, LLC

We do a lot here at H2O Home Improvements, LLC. We don't cut corners, and we're here to answer any questions you have about our business. Below are some of our most frequently asked questions.

How Often Should I Get My House Washed?

We recommend houses get washed at least once a year. Sometimes homes need more than one pressure washing. The environment around your house plays a significant role in how often you should get it washed. To keep your house looking nice all year round, H2O Home Improvements, LLC can set up scheduled house washing services throughout the year.

Is That Black Stuff On My Roof Really Not Dirt?

Yes...and no. The black stuff on your roof is a build-up of algae deposits and dirt. Basically, it's a form of mold. Not quite dirt in the way you imagine, but still dirty. Depending on what material your roof is made of, we don't recommend pressure washing your roof. It can cause damage to your shingles, for example. We do provide roof washing services.

I Have Old, Set In Stains. Does Your Service Clean Those Up?

Our pressure washing equipment is up for the challenge. We can remove all sorts of grime, dirt, mold, mildew, and challenging stains. We take stains and pressure washing in Lynchburg seriously.

Are Your Cleaning Methods Or Chemicals Environmentally Safe?

Yes, we use products and methods that are biodegradable and 100% environmentally safe.

Don't see an answer to your questions? Give us a call at 434-381-0141, and we'll be happy to answer.

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