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A Point Painting & Remodeling LLC

Toms River Painting Contractor, Painting Company and Painter

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My team is well educated in the safe and efficient use of pressure washers. Wood, concrete, metal, brick: if you need it cleaned quickly then my team can get your moderate to large scale Wall Township pressure washing project done with precision and professionalism. We have some of the most powerful pressure washing equipment available; combine that with a well-trained technician and it is easy to see why I get calls from people looking for quick, accurate and safe service.

Time and the elements will coat any surface with a resilient layer of dirt and grime. To give your Wall Township home the sparkling appeal it had when it was new get in contact with my team and I. With XX years of experience you can rely on us to get the job done right.

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Pressure washing QandA

Q: Will pressure washing damage my wood?

If you leave pressure washing too long on a single area, then yes, pressure washing can mark or even scar your deck or woodpaneling, cutting the wood in places that may not be noticeable at first. Think of this: extremely high powered pressure water is used to cut steel in the automotive industry. Granted, the pressure washers used in exterior remodeling are not as powerful but it gets the point across, i.e. water under intense pressure is a very powerful thing.

Fortunately, during the course of my XX years in the business, I have refined my skills with pressure washing and know how to apply just the right level of exposure to leave your wood deck orpaneling clean but not damaged. When it is done correctly, pressure washing can be highly effective at removing the most resistant grime from your deck, leaving your Wall Township wood or exterior, looking fresh and clean.

Whether you should have the underside of your deck sealed is a question that really depends on how your deck is built. Typically, if you have, say, a patio beneath your deck, then it is a good idea to seal it so that you can fully protect and extend the life of your wood.It also depends on the type of wood your deck is made of because certain woods are more prone to being damaged by water than others. After a quick inspection of your Wall Township deck I will be able to tell you exactly what your deck is best suited for and how to have it protected as long as possible.

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