Barton Creek Power Washing Contractor
Pressure washing is an excellent way to clean the exterior of your Barton Creek house to give it a fresh new appeal.
However washing a house is a cumbersome, huge task involving a lot of labor and effort, and due to lack of time or for other reasons you may not be inclined to take up the work by yourself and prefer hiring a Barton Creek power washing contractor to do the job for you.
Before you award a contract for power washing your house to a contractor, you must be sure they are properly qualified to undertake the work of power washing your house; otherwise you face a risk of sustaining costly damage to your property.
However, you must first educate yourself by doing some dedicated research on the risks involved in power washing and how these risks can be minimized. The knowledge gained will let you understand things better and enable you to distinguish between a company providing quality services and someone doing mediocre work.
1. What services will your power washing company provide?
Every good domestic power washing company should be able to provide high pressure power washing for a house wash, roof top cleaning, cleaning driveways, cleaning brick walls, cleaning garage floors and car-parks, removal of grease, oil, graffiti, gum, cleaning eaves and hard to reach areas and also provide hot power washing where found necessary.
2. What procedures and techniques does your company use for power washing?
Once they provide you with this information you know what to expect. Request a written summary of the work involved outlining the entire cleaning process, as this will help you to ascertain that all the work is being carried out as planned.
Additionally, it will let you make a comparison with other contractors, before you make your final decision on the contractor to water blast your house.
3. Does your company have proper liability insurance?
Don't accept a verbal 'yes'. Ask to see the papers and read them carefully, to make sure that you will not be burdened with any liability in the event of any accidental mishap while work is being done at your premises, resulting in injury, loss. Also check whether they are covered for damage to property.
4. Does your company own the power washing equipment?
Ask if they own the equipment or hire it from some other source just for completing the work. Because power washing is becoming increasingly popular, there are a number of fly-by-night operators in the house washing business. They are temporary service providers without the necessary experience to execute the work properly, and who take advantage of gullible people by making false claims.
Owning substantial equipment is a proof of commitment to the profession and indicates that the company will remain in business and will stand behind the guarantee they provide against the work.