Why Should I Have Clearview Washing Soft Wash My House?

The condition of your home’s siding can make or break it’s curb appeal.  Green stains caused by algae, cobwebs, dirt and debris can all significantly detract from the beauty of your home.  Clearview Washing employs the use a low pressure, soft wash method to safely and effectively clean your home’s siding.  The results are immediate, dramatic and long lasting!

What Do I Need To Do To Be Ready For My House Washing Service?

We just need a few simple things from you prior to your service:

  • Please make sure all windows and doors are shut tightly and locked up.  We wouldn’t want to get any water inside your house!
  • Please make sure your pets are inside during the service.  We don’t offer pet bathing, so you’ll have to call someone else for that 
  • We will need access to a functional exterior water source.
  • Your exterior windows will be rinsed with detergent and water as part of our cleaning process. House washing is NOT an adequate substitute for window cleaning.  If you would like to talk about exterior window cleaning service, please give us a call or email and we can put a package together for you.

Our Terms Of Service

Clearview Washing is not responsible or liable for any of the following conditions or situations:

  • Pre existing damage to siding, windows, frames, sills or screens, including but not limited to:
    • Scratches, scrapes, etc.
    • Torn, bent or loose screens
    • Oxidized frames, sills or screens
    • Cracked or damaged glass
  • Preexisting damage to surfaces such as concrete, pavers, stonework, brick and tile.
  • Oxidization on vinyl or metal siding. (This staining may be removable for an additional charge.  Please call for details.)

General house washing service does not include removal of the following (these items may be removable at an additional charge, please speak with your sales representative for more details):

  • Glue, caulk or other adhesive residue
  • Paint overspray, splatters, drips or brush marks
  • Mortar, concrete, or other hard debris
  • Non-organic staining and discoloration such as rust, efflorescence, calcium deposits, irrigation runoff, fertilizer stains, etc.
  • Failing, faded or peeling sealers or other coatings.
  • Oxidization