Will you walk me through the process of what you do when you clean my house?
So, when you call, I always try to get a few key pieces of information such as your name, address, and phone number. Once that is complete, we will talk about the scope of the project. Depending on the scope, I’ll give you a quote over the phone or in person. For most projects, I can look at Google Earth and call you back with a quote and time for the project to be completed within just a few moments.
When you accept the quote and time, I or another technician will come out on the scheduled day to clean your house.
The first thing we do is hook our water hose to your spigot. This allows our tanks to fill, while we are removing any furniture or personal belongings from around your house. Then we will start the process of cleaning your house, driveway, roof, or whatever may be in the scope.
We always use low pressure when cleaning your home. For the most part, the only times high pressure should be used is when brick stains are stubborn or when concrete is being cleaned. There are exceptions such as paint prep jobs.
When cleaning your home, we start by wetting the substrate and any shrubbery. From there we spray your house with our cleaning solution and let it dwell a few moments. Then we proceed to rinse the sprayed areas and any shrubbery.
After finishing your home, the driveway, walkway, and any other concrete discussed in the scope gets cleaned. The concrete will be sprayed with our solution if needed, and then it will be pressure washed with a surface cleaner. If the driveway isn’t up to par after the pressure washing, a post treatment will be sprayed to finish the cleaning.
When we have completed all tasks of the scope, we will call or text you to let you know we are finished. At that time, we talk about payment and recurring cleanings. RB Pressure Washing accepts cash, check, or credit card. We like to schedule cleanings as often as every 6 months but not more than every two years. Recurring customers also enjoy the benefits of discounts for the yearly cleanings.