From your roof to your driveway, we can handle all your house washing needs.
There are many reasons to periodically complete house washing of your home. You may be thinking about selling your home soon and want to maximize its curb appeal and potential value. You may just want to live in a house that looks great. House washing is also important because it helps protect the lifespan of exterior building materials like roofing and siding. Over time, dirt and grime build up on these surfaces, but even more concerning are the microorganisms that set up shop on your home. Mildew, mold, bacteria, and algae can cause damage to the surfaces they live on.
As a homeowner in Kentuckiana, you may be wondering what you can do to keep your home safe and looking great. You can always turn to us here at Lily’s SoftWash to discuss your needs for house washing. From your roof to your driveway, we can handle all your house washing needs. Unlike traditional pressure washing methods, we are trained and certified to use the soft washing. We want to help you achieve the top notch results you deserve. With over 30 years of experience in the industry, we choose to offer soft washing because:
- It is eco-friendly: It uses one-third the amount of water compared to pressure washing. The cleaning solution is water-based and biodegradable and is safe for pets and landscaping.
- It is effective: Not only does it remove unsightly dirt and grime, but it also neutralizes the microorganisms and allows us to easily rinse them away, leaving the surface more sanitary.
- It is long-lasting: Soft washing lasts four to six times longer than pressure washing because it doesn’t leave behind microorganisms.
If you need house washing, don’t hesitate to give us a call today.
At Lily’s SoftWash, we offer house 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.