Power Washing for Retirement Communities and Assisted Living Facilities
Over the past 30 years, Rolling Suds has had the opportunity to work on different projects that require their own unique style of power washing. Rolling Suds has created a relationship with many property managers and facility owners located in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, New York, Virginia, and Maryland.
Our equipment allows us to reach buildings as tall as 20 stories, while our fleet allows us to tackle communities with shorter buildings that are further spread out, including, clubhouses, tennis courts, greenhouses, gazebos, gyms, pool decks, picnic tables, and other shared areas. We can also offer competitive pricing because of the equipment we have on hand. Our efficient and modern 20+ trucks allow us to complete larger jobs faster.
Maintenance Package for Commercial Clients
Rolling Suds offers maintenance packages to all commercial clients, including retirement communities and assisted living facilities. This helps managers maintain a clean, inviting, and exciting atmosphere for all current and potential residents. We offer discounted rates to commercial clients through our maintenance packages.
Our team is thoroughly trained and updated on techniques for using a custom blend of soap rather than relying solely on high pressure. This process is sometimes referred to as soft washing. It allows us to remove algae, stains, mildew, mold, and dirt with minimal damage.
Contact Rolling Suds to Learn More
If you’re interested in learning more about our maintenance packages or your retirement community or assisted living facility needs a spruce up, give us a call at 215-355-1631 or fill out our quick quotes form for a free estimate.
Retirement Communities and Assisted Living Facilities Cleaning FAQs
How much pressure do your machines have?
We can get pressures up to 4,000 PSI. For most of our jobs, we use less than 1,000 PSI.
How often should building exteriors be cleaned?
All buildings are different, but typically surfaces stay clean for years. However, trees and shrubs in shaded areas will increase the growth of mold and mildew.
I have small, dark spots on my siding. What is this?
Most likely they are artillery fungus spores. This fungus lives in mulch and will shoot its spores into the air. This often lands on your siding. They are not always completely removed with normal power washing.
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