Day of Service Expectations
On the Day of Service: Pressure Washing
Please have all windows and doors shut tightly.
Please ensure you shut off all outside electrical outlets and fixtures at breaker box prior to arrival.
Please have screens removed for better rinsing between windows if you have heavy debris between window and screen. Must remove if you are having windows cleaned specifically.
Please clear the work areas of all items and remove all sensitive materials from the areas being washed such as flags, doormats, and vehicles.
On the Day of Service: Sanitization (Disinfectant Defogging)
The service is safe for animals, plants, and humans. However, we ask that spaces to be serviced are free of open food, loose papers, uncovered desk top fish bowls, and other clutter. This helps our pros navigate the area more efficiently, avoid trip hazards, and prevent blowing away loose papers with the misting technique. Electricity should be on and available to the pro. Property staff should plan to leave the space vacant for 30 minutes after the treatment is completed.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Do I need to be home for you to perform services?
A: No, you do not have to be home on the day of your service. We will contact you before arrival.
Q: What time will you be at my home?
A: We attempt to maintain an accurate schedule. You will receive a call before arrival.
Q: How long will it take to perform pressure washing and/or sanitization services?
A: Each job is unique, and we take as long as is necessary to clean each affected surface until it’s perfectly clean.
Q: What happens after the service is completed?
A: In general, we do everything we can to ensure 100% customer satisfaction. If you are home on the day of service, we will show you around the property after the work is complete. However, if you are not home, we will notify you upon service completion. Should anything arise, do not hesitate to contact us.