THE BEST IN ST. LOUIS POWER WASHING
Restoring Beauty and Shine to Your Home’s Exterior
Whether it is chimney soot in winter, dust and dirt in summer, or mildew & mold from rainy and humid weather, each season in St. Louis brings unique forces that tarnish a home’s exterior. Acid rain and strong ultraviolet light from the sun also cause stains and chalkiness on gutters and aluminum siding. While some of these issues merely affect a home’s appearance, others can damage the home or even impact the health of the residents.
No matter the source and nature of the residue on your home exterior, our Power Washing Technicians can thoroughly clean your home exterior, restoring its beauty and protecting its value. Using commercial grade detergents and excellent pressure washing equipment and techniques, we kill growths to prevent recurring problems and remove debris without damaging the surfaces.
Experts recommend washing your home exterior at least once a year to maintain its beauty and health.
Kennedy’s Power Washing Services Clean:
- House Siding, Doors & Windows
- Gutters and Awnings
- Decks, Patios & Fences
- Driveways & Sidewalks
- Swimming Pools
- Garage Floors
- Signs & Statues
- Parking Areas
In addition to soot, dirt, mold, and mildew, we can remove graffiti and oil/grease stains.
Why Call on Us for Your St. Louis Power Washing
Naturally, you want to keep your home safe by having any work performed by experienced professionals who stand by the quality of their work. When you call on the contractors at Kennedy Painting you are getting just that, as we have over 15 years of experience and guarantee all of our work for 2 years. An inexperienced power washer can prove disastrous to your home, but with the service of our licensed and insured contractors you can rest easy that your home’s exterior will be looking great in no time, without the risk.
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