Maryvale Prep Wood Restoration

One of our specialties includes the restoration and maintenance of all types of wood. Last month we had the pleasure of restoring Spanish Cedar wood back to its natural beauty over at Maryvale Preparatory School located in Lutherville, Maryland.

It’s always a fun project when a lift is involved right?!

 

More about Spanish Cedar :

  • Spanish cedar has a light red or orange pink coloring to it

  • Spanish cedar is also referred to as Brazilian cedar or Jamaican cedar

  • Typically used for furniture, boat building, doors, or cigar box lining

  • Resembles Mahogany at first glance

Our April Newsletter

clean playground
Allbrite Pressure Wash, Inc technician cleaning and sanitizing local playground.

 

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FAQ – House Washing

When do I need to get my house washed? When the siding of your home is green. Our house wash cleaning service eradicates those infestations also known as mold, mildew, and algae. It’s like giving your house a bath.

Below are frequently asked questions about our house washing service. If you have a question that is not answered below, please do not hesitate to reach out. We are always happy to help.

    • Why is the green mold and algae worse on one side of my home?
      • The northern side has the least exposure to the sun and stays wet the longest. Algae, mold and mildew thrive in wet areas.

       

    • How often do I need to get my house cleaned?
      • Every house is different due to the many factors involved. As noted above, the northern side will get dirtier the fastest. If your home is surrounded by a lot of trees and landscape, it will get dirty faster. Our general rule is anywhere between 18 months – 3 years.

 

    • How much pressure are you using on the siding?
      • Our process allows us to use minimal pressure in comparison to using just high pressure alone. We vary our pressure tips according to the growth of algae, age of siding, etc. so it’s hard to say what exact pressure is being used as each property is different.

 

    • How can you reach the peak without putting a ladder on the siding?
      • We can reach about five stories without needing an extension ladder.

 

    • Is it safe for plants?
      • We water all plants prior to applying soap, after applying soap and do a final wash with a neutralizer for safe measures. The concentration level of the soap for house cleaning is minimal.

 

 

 

FAQ – Roof Cleaning

Roof cleaning has made it to the home maintenance list and it has become a necessity. Below are some frequently asked questions, if you have a question that is not answered please do not hesitate to reach out as we are happy to answer any questions you may have!

Our roof cleaning is done by using manufacturer’s recommendations only.

  • Will my roof leak?
    • We use a soft wash method that has been proven to clean and extend the longevity of your roof without damaging pressure. Our method will not make your roof leak. Your roof will only leak if there are pre-existing cracks or leaks in your roofing system.

 

  • Are my plants and landscaping safe?
    • We take proper precautions after our technicians run a property protection plan to keep all plants and landscaping safe. We keep plants wet before, during and after the treatment application. We also apply a plant fortifier at the end of the treatment.

 

  • Why are there still spots on my roof?
    • The areas of moss and lichen that are still left behind have a root system that has embedded itself into the shingle. The roof cleaning treatment will slowly break down the root system and deteriorate. All roof cleanings include a free 30-day follow-up.

 

  • How much pressure are you using on my roof?
    • Our roof cleaning pumps do not exceed 100psi.

 

  • Do you get on the roof?
    • In some cases, yes. If the roof is above a 4/12 pitch, we treat from the top of a ladder rather than getting on the roof.

     

  • How long does it last for?
    • We warranty our roof cleanings for 5 years.

 

What are the benefits of our roof cleaning treatment? Click Here for more information!

Our March Newsletter

 

Allbrite Pressure Wash, Inc. 
March Newsletter

Inside This Issue

Coronavirus Cleanup

Spring Maintenance Checklist

Spring Special!

DIY Hand Sanitizer

Coronavirus Cleanup

In response to COVID-19, we are doing our small part by donating cleaning services for playground equipment at the local schools, parks and other community centers.

The crews cleaned and sanitized the playgrounds at the 7 following schools and centers:

Liberty Christian School
Celebree School of Eldersburg
St. John Catholic School
Little People’s Place Child Development Center
Carroll Lutheran School – CLS
Head Start and Early Head Start of Carroll County
Westminster Church of the Brethren

Thanks to everyone who has reached out to help coordinate all of this on such short notice. We want to do as many of these as possible and are just looking for approval to get started!

If you know of more locations who can use our services, please send them our way. We just need approval and we’ll handle the rest!

UPDATE: We just received approval for all Carroll County Public School playgrounds.

**DISCLAIMER: this is not a promise or guarantee of the removal of COVID-19. This treatment used EPA approved chemicals that kill 99.9% of germs & bacteria. Continue to follow government guidelines on how to protect yourself.**

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DIY Hand Sanitizer

Hand sanitizer must have at least 60% alcohol concentration to be effective. 

Here’s what you’ll need: 

-Container for hand sanitizer
-91% Isopropyl Alcohol
-100% Pure Aloe Gel
-Optional- Essential Oils (tea tree oil recommended)

Mix alcohol, pure aloe gel, and oil in container to make your homemade hand sanitzer. 

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Eldersburg, MD 21784

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Playground Sanitation

 

In response to COVID-19, we are doing our small part by donating cleaning services for playground equipment at the local schools, parks and other community centers.

The crews cleaned and sanitized the playgrounds at the following schools and centers:

Liberty Christian School
Celebree School of Eldersburg
St. John Catholic School
Little People’s Place Child Development Center
Carroll Lutheran School – CLS
Head Start and Early Head Start of Carroll County
Westminster Church of the Brethren
Carrolltowne Elementary
Cranberry Station Elementary
Ebb Valley Elementary
Eldersburg Elementary
Elmer A. Wolfe Elementary
Freedom Elementary School CCPS
Friendship Valley Elementary School
Hampstead Elementary School
Linton Springs Elementary
Manchester Elementary
Mechanicsville Elementary School PTA
Mount Airy Elementary School
Parrs Ridge Elementary School
Piney Ridge Elementary
Robert Moton Elementary School
Runnymede Elementary
Sandymount Elementary
Spring Garden Elementary
Taneytown Elementary
Westminster Elementary School
William Winchester Elementary School
Winfield Elementary
South Carroll High School
Liberty High School Drama Club and Booster Organization
Manchester Valley High School

Thanks to everyone who has reached out to help coordinate all of this on such short notice. We want to do as many of these as possible and are just looking for approval to get started!

If you know of more locations who can use our services, please send them our way. We just need approval and we’ll handle the rest!

 

**DISCLAIMER: this is not a promise or guarantee of the removal of COVID-19. This treatment used EPA approved chemicals that kill 99.9% of germs & bacteria. Continue to follow government guidelines on how to protect yourself.**

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/protect/