Exterior Home Cleaning, Kentuckiana

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Our exterior home cleaning services are simply the best.

Many homeowners complete exterior home cleaning periodically because they don’t like the way that dirt and grime buildup looks. But what you may or may not realize is that mixed in with that dirt and grime are a variety of microorganisms including mildew, mold, bacteria, and algae. These microorganisms can actually damage the surfaces they live on, whether that is your roof, your siding, your decking, or other parts of your home’s exterior. For this reason, it is important to have exterior home cleaning performed periodically, but what method is safe and effective?

Exterior Home Cleaning in Kentuckiana

Traditional pressure washing can also damage surfaces like concrete, wood, vinyl, and more. It uses a stream of high-pressure water to blast away dirt and grime. Unfortunately, it often leaves behind microorganisms, meaning that the problem comes back much more quickly than you would prefer. If you want to experience a better exterior home cleaning process at your home in Kentuckiana, it is time to contact us at Lily’s SoftWash. From state-of-the-art equipment to a superior cleaning solution, our exterior home cleaning services are simply the best.

We are SoftWash Certified Applicators, and we use water-based biodegradable chemicals that emulsify dirt and grime and break down bug nests and webs. Because the microorganisms are neutralized, we are then able to rinse away the buildup with a much gentler stream of water. The cleaning solution is safe for pets and landscaping, but kills mold, mildew, algae, and bacteria. The results last four to six times longer than pressure washing, too. Call us today to schedule exterior home cleaning.

At Lily’s SoftWash, we offer exterior home cleaning 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.