Concrete can reveal its age by the surface appearance. This appearance may not seem important. But when trying to make an impression, the appearance is taken into account. A bad appearance will require serious consideration about the amount of work that has to be done. This may result in a lower than expected offer or may turn off a potential buyer. These are some of the ways the appearance can be improved with a pressure washing.
Surface dirt can get ground into the concrete. This occurs with a high amount of traffic in the area. A Concrete Cleaning Baltimore MD can get rid of some of the more stubborn dirt stains. Just by removing these darker areas a fresh clean look will emerge. This can make the concrete appear less used than it actually is. Buyers are not as likely to notice it with that first impression.
Another item which can get removed with a good cleaning is liquids which have caused staining on the concrete. Ideally, the cleaning should be done as soon as possible after a spill. Color left too long can set into the surface. Additional products may have to be used with the power washing to help get all of the color out. Items such as oil stains may take a little longer to get out of the surface. However, as long as sand is applied soon after the spill, this stain is easier to get rid off.
Sometimes, a constant moisture level contributes a growth of organisms. A green or black film is usually the result. The organisms usually attach themselves to the surface of the concrete. This can result in a super slick layer which makes it dangerous to walk on. A Concrete Cleaning Baltimore MD can get rid of these organisms without the need to use harsh chemicals which can damage surrounding plantings.
If the concrete surface is heavily stained, has a lot of dirt or organisms growing on the surface, it can look like a neglected part of maintenance. This can damage the perception people have about it and other associated items. Contact Mr. Clean Power Washing LLC for more information on refreshing the look of your concrete surfaces.