roof cleaning berlin md 21811

Discussion in 'Power Washing' started by lkendall, Oct 18, 2012.

  1. Green-Man

    Green-Man LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Yeah good point. Most people around here have black top so there isn't much I could do with that or concrete cleaning. So roofs would probrably be the best thing to start doing
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  2. lkendall

    lkendall LawnSite Member
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    Here in Md we are getting all of our equipment tuned up and ready for the spring roof cleaning season! 2 home shows, one in Feb, and one in March
     
  3. lkendall

    lkendall LawnSite Member
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    figured I would update this thread with some new pictures! Enjoy!

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  4. lkendall

    lkendall LawnSite Member
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  6. Joel D

    Joel D LawnSite Member
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    I am looking at getting into home exterior cleaning next year. I am going to buy a commercial grade pressure washer around 3300 psi with chemical injector. If I decide to start getting into roofs later on will that work? I know I do not need a bunch of pressure for siding and roofs, but I want the power for concrete and other hard surfaces. I can always turn the pressure down. Also, any suggestions on cleaning chemicals for different surfaces would be great.

    Thank you,

    Joel
     
  7. lkendall

    lkendall LawnSite Member
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    A few last roof and exterior pictures from around the Berlin Maryland and Ocean Pines area. Wrapping up the season with this 66 degree weather in December!

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  8. lkendall

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  9. Green-Man

    Green-Man LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Wow that looks awesome! Must have been a lot of work.
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  10. lkendall

    lkendall LawnSite Member
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    Yes sire! This whole roof and exterior project took a FULL day. The roof wasn't to bad. The house sat empty for about 3 years and was 4500 sq ft with a huge front porch and enclosed patio off the back by the pool. Cleaning the pool fence was a large job in itself!
     

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