Residential Retaining Wall Cleaning Without Pressure Washing
Residential Retaining Wall Washing
Retaining walls whether practical or decorative add value to your property. With constant exposure to the elements they accumulate dirt, algae, moss, mildew, fungus, lichen, streaks and stains. Nick’s Exterior Cleaning uses Soft-Washing technology to safely remove all signs of weathering from retaining wall surfaces like wood, rock, stone, brick, concrete and more.
Soft-Wash cleaning is a completely safe and environmentally sound way to restore the beauty and functionality of your retaining walls. We thoroughly prep and spray the wall with our eco-friendly Soft-Wash solution, where it seeps into cracks, crevices and pours to kill the moss and algae ruining the surface. All dirt, stains and organic matter easily rinse away with no damage done to the retaining wall and the results will last for years!
Why use Soft-Washing to clean your retaining wall?
- Will not harm your retaining wall. Safer than pressure washing.
- No-pressure application will not drive dirt deeper. Customized Soft-Wash solution does the work.
- Soft-Wash solution is biodegradable and non-toxic. It will not harm plants or animals.
- Soft_Washing technology is environmentally responsible by using less water and eco-friendly soap.
- Results are reliable, long-lasting and guaranteed.
Nick’s Exterior Cleaning prides itself on customer satisfaction and safety. We take care to protect your plants and bushes and do a full clean-up before we leave. You don’t even have to be home so there is no disruption of your day.
Return the appearance and functionality of your retaining walls to their former glory. Nick’s Exterior Cleaning professionally washes all retaining wall surfaces using safe, long-lasting, environmentally friendly Soft-Washing technology.
Call or email Nick's Exterior Cleaning for a free, no-obligation quote: 604-475-6610
Nick’s Exterior Cleaning - your Soft-Washing Experts! Faithfully serving the Fraser Valley, Maple Ridge, Langley, Surrey, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, and the entire Vancouver lower mainland.