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FAQs - General

We ask that all animals are secured and safely put away and any pet waste is picked up and removed from any areas that may have to be accessed to clean your areas. We also ask that any furniture, including barbecues, be moved away from the site to be cleaned.  

Yes, we can clean the whole outside of your home gently and effectively.  

No, many customers choose not to be home while we clean. We can get to all areas scheduled to be cleaned, and water is on at the property. There is no need for the owner to be present.

We accept Cash, Credit Card, and Zelle. (Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, JCB, Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, and G Pay)

Depending on the specific conditions around your home, like tree coverage, and the closeness to water sources, we recommend some locations as soon as six months, and other sites can go as long as 4 years. In general we recommend around every 2 years.

Pressure and water are not enough to get the job done by themselves, and most pressure washers sold on the consumer market do not have enough force to effectively remove stains, mold, and algae and keep them away. Our equipment, paired with our soap, explicitly mixed to remove and kill mold and algae, help achieve a deeper clean that can last much longer.

We will take the necessary precautions to reduce the chance of damage. We recommend soaking the soil before we arrive; we will wet down any plants and grass that may come in contact with our soaps when we arrive. We will continue to wet things while we are there and as we rinse and finish your cleaning. Doing this will help prevent any plants from drinking the soaps we use by giving them water to fill up on instead. 

Mud daubers use very acidic saliva while building the nest. If the nest has been in place for a long time, the acidity in the nest can change the paint and leave a shadow behind. We recommend removing any mud dauber nests as soon as possible to prevent staining.  

These streaks are called tiger stripes in the pressure-washing community. These are caused by paint oxidation; the aluminum underneath can bleed through the paint over time, causing these marks. These can be more noticeable after a deep cleaning that removes algae and dirt that may have been hiding the flaws before. Oxidation is a normal part of Florida life because of our constant sun and humidity. Repainting is recommended to remove these marks.  

This can happen when crews and bolts used to build the structures have rusted over time because of our lovely Florida rain and constant humidity. Sometimes after heavy rain or cleaning, these streaks can be more noticeable.  

Mold and algae flourish with shade, moisture, and heat. Here in Florida, that means that Northside! The Northside spends more time in the shade and doesn’t see much of the sun, causing accelerated growth of mold and mildew.

We do not offer window cleaning, but our product will leave your windows cleaner than before by removing dirt, pollen, and algae from the gas and frames; this alone gets the window very clean. But this differs from a specialized window cleaning company that uses purified water and water-fed poles to leave no water spots and streak-free surfaces. 

Sorry, we do not offer this service. We scour the gutters outside but do not clean the inside debris out.

A quote from Ain’t No B.S. is good for 3 months.

Yes, we will clean the exterior of your business just like your home and make it look fresh and new.

Yes, we use the correct pressure and product to clean each surface without causing damage.

Cleaning a roof with LOW pressure will not harm your roof. We do not use high pressure to clean a roof. High pressure can cause damage to shingles and other roofing materials. In the pressure washing industry, we use a cleaning method known as “soft washing” to clean any delicate surface roofs are one of those. This technique uses a combination of specialized chemicals and low water pressure to clean surfaces.

Yes, we use a combination of chemicals and soaps in our process. The one special chosen for your home or business will be decided by several factors like surface type, how dirty it is, and what it is dirty with.

FAQs - Pressure Washing

Your individualized quote will be priced per square foot of the areas you want to be cleaned. Generally, this is the driveway surface, the sidewalks, and the front entry walkway. This will cover removing dirt, mildew, pollen, algae, and tannin.

 A clean driveway will remove unwanted dirt and algae. However, it will not remove oil, rust, and other automotive-related stains. These stains require specialized products and different cleaning techniques to lessen their appearance.

Our patio and lanai cleaning will remove dirt, pollen, mold, and algae from the deck of the space, the walls of the home that the lanai is connected to, and any screens and frames inside and out.

Our cleaning service does not include moving furniture. If you cannot carry your furniture, we can help you for an extra charge. We ask that all Rugs, cushions, mats, plats, and remote controls are moved. Outdoor TVs and speakers can be covered to prevent damage. 

FAQs - Stain Removal

Yes, we can use our specialized mixtures to remove these stains. However, these stains will return and need to be treated again without treatment of the water or installing a water softener to remove some of the iron from your water. 

Yes, there is a minimum charge for this service regardless of size because of the specialized degreasers needed to mitigate these stains. Because concrete is like a microscopic honeycomb, grease, and oil can become embedded. This means we can not remove 50-70-% (up to 100%) but cannot guarantee these results. Contrary to social media claims, there are no products on the current market with a guarantee to remove 100% oil stains. For best results, it is time sensitive to remove like stains within a short period; a few days is best. The longer it sets, the less chance of complete removal.

50-70% up to 100%, but we cannot guarantee results.

FAQs - Softwashing

A house wash consists of cleaning and removing pollen, dirt, mold, and algae from the fascia to the ground and all the space in between. This will also remove mud daubers, wasps’ nests, and spider webs. We will clean any small structure that is nonmoveable and agists the house as well. This includes things like AC units, small sheds, pool equipment,  

A house wash does not have the roof or inside/outside of a lanai screen; we can wash both the top and the screen room for a separate service.

No, because our technique is gentle yet effective without causing damage. 

FAQs - Paver Sealing

We ask that you move all furniture, rugs, mats, and plants. If you are unable to move furniture we can help you move this for an additional fee. Please make sure to mention any concerns about furniture when setting up your appointment.

Sealing your pavers can prolong their life and add protection from moisture, freeze, UV ray, pitting, erosion, cracking, chipping, oil stains, wine stains, automotive fluids, BBQ greases, and much more. Sealing gives you the peace of mind that your pavers will last longer and repel stains, stabilize the sand, and enhance the color.

Sealing can help repel most weeds but no sealer can 100% stop all weeds. The sealers we use to stabilize and harden the sand in the joints, this helps mitigate 60-85% of weed growth. Some other companies will claim that sealing can 100 stop weeds. However, this is not a truthful statement, and being honest people we will tell you straight up what our products guarantee.

Professional sealers on average will last 2-3 years. Many factors change the life expectancy of your sealer. Driveways and other areas with heavy wear and tear will lower the life span to around 2 years. For areas in the shade, you can expect a longer life.  

The first seal doesn’t last as long as all seals after the first application because the pores haven’t been completely filled yet.  

The goal of sealing is to slow down the ability of mold to grow by 60-80%. Sealing helps prevents mold from being able to send in deep into the pores and allows for easier cleaning. We live in the tropical Florida environment, and as we know, Mold happens, but we can try our best to slow it down.  

You should retain over 50% of your sand level. Places more prone to losing more sand are right below a roof line, the bottom of a driveway, and higher traffic areas like the edges of the pool because of the splashing of the water and where water beats down on the joints. 

We recommend letting your pavers season for a period of time to see if efflorescence will appear. It is not recommended to seal immediately after installation.  

Yes, it sure does. Having the sand at the right level prevents pavers from being able to shift in place or collapse. We use sand that has been filtered and approved to be used with the sealing process. This helps reduce the chance of mold formation in the sand. We do not recommend using sand that is labeled for play sand or sand from box stores these have not been approved to repel mold and properly work with the sealing process.

because of the driveways location and it being a clear and open space that has plenty of access to ample sun exposure. Grass cuttings, animals, and wind can all carry plant seeds that easily get stick in the joints of the pavers, sealing will help minimize the seeds ability to penetrate into the sand but sealing cannot prevent 100% of the weed growth. 

We have six different sand color options for you to choose from that have been approved form the makers of the sealing product. Our sand color options are; Tan, Gray, Playinum, Black, Fieldstone, and Pearl. 

We have done our best to research and train with the best products available on the market. Because of our tropical environment and torrential rain only water-based sealers are going to last the longest. Solvents and oil-based sealers are an option for other climates but are not best used here in our state. These kinds of sealers can trap moisture and affect the look, or the ability of the product to ahead to the pavers.

No, we will only work with sealers we have trained with and know how to handle. Customer satisfaction is our goal and we know our sealers have the best outcome.  

Please let us know if your pavers are sitting on an existing concrete pad. This is the information we need to take into account when determining the length of time your project will take.

The paver sealing process is a multi step and in most cases multi day process in meticulously cleaning and applying a bond to pavers. Please see the Paver Sealing page for the full step process.  

Efflorescence is when the salt within the stone comes to the top and is exposed to moisture and causing a white film. This can happen when pavers are laid over an existing concrete slab because the concrete under the paver traps moisture and doesn’t allow the paver to fully dry. Pavers over soil and sand are able to allow moisture to fully evaporate.

We use jointing sand that is specifically made for paver jointing, it is properly cleaned, dried, and meets angular specifications. It prevents sand washout, insect infestation, and weed growth. Using this sand ensures optimal stability and long-term performance. We offer 6 different sand color options to ensure the best outcome for your landscape.  

The sealer and finishing products will be cured after 48 hours and your regular activities of daily living may go on as normal. 

While we can clean in the rain sealing is different. We can seal with the pavers lightly damp and with humidity but we can not with properly apply with pooling or puddling of water. We will check the weather the day of your application and continue to do so throughout the application to make sure there is enough time for the sealer to dry before any rain may come. It is optimal to have at least 2 hours of dry time before any rain but the sealer can withstand rain in as little time as 30 minutes in optimal conditions.  

In cases where perviously sealed pavers look cloudy, white, or milky or areas where the sealer looks to be pealing off is possible that these pavers were sealed with an oil base or solvent sealer that has failed. In these cases the sealer would need to be chemically stripped of and new sealer reapplied. This is very costly and adds more time to the sealing process. If the sealer that has been applied is water based it does not need to come off and another layer can be applied over the top. 

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