Commercial Washing, Kentuckiana

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Our team offers thorough commercial washing services to help you keep your building in great shape.

Our team at Lily’s SoftWash understands that you care about your business, and we want to help you take care of your facilities. Maintaining your commercial property is an important part of keeping any operation running smoothly, and we are here to help you keep yours in great condition. We offer top-notch commercial washing services that will keep your facility’s exterior looking its best and protect it from the damaging effects of mold, mildew, and other contaminants.

Commercial Washing

The method we use for our commercial washing services is known as soft washing, which gets its name from the fact that it uses a lower, softer water pressure than traditional power washing. This method involves first treating the target surface with a specialized blend of cleaning solutions that break down dirt and grime, making them easier to remove, then spraying the surface with low-pressure jets of water to wash it all away. In addition, the cleaning solutions are designed to kill mold, mildew, algae, and similar contaminants, which will keep your building much cleaner for much longer, as these contaminants are what cause dirt to build up on the exterior in the first place. On top of that, these types of organisms will damage your exterior over time, so by getting rid of them, our commercial washing services ensure that your building will remain in better long-term condition.

We are proud to serve the community here in Kentuckiana, and we want to help you do what’s best for your business. If you are looking for thorough, effective washing services for your commercial property, just give us a call to get our commercial washing experts on the job.

At Lily’s SoftWash, we offer commercial washing services in Kentuckiana, including Louisville, Prospect, Goshen, Crestwood, Simpsonville, Shelbyville, and La Grange, Kentucky, as well as Clarksville, Jeffersonville, New Albany, Georgetown, Floyds Knobs, Sellersburg, Corydon, New Salisbury, Charlestown, and Greenville, Indiana.