Pressure Washing – Before & After

Driveway Cleaning

Over time dirt, oil, and grime can build up on your driveway, leaving you with a dingy looking area in front of your home or business.

This customer sent us pictures of their driveway before and after pressure washing and the results were remarkable. In these photos you can exactly how much dirt had built up over time, hiding the true color of the bricks.

Whether you have a brick, concrete, or stone driveway, Cape Cod Cleaning Systems has a pressure washer to help you get it clean again.

Home Exterior and Siding Cleaning

Harsh weather can have a big impact on the cleanliness of your home’s exterior. Heavy rain and moisture can cause dirt, mold, and mildew. Long, cold winters bring snow that carries dirt and deposits it onto your home. One client sent us before and after photos showing how much of a difference pressure washing can make.

Whether you want to clean your home to increase curb appeal or to make your siding last longer, CCCS has a pressure washer for you!

Fence Washing

Wood fences are porous and absorb moisture and dirt quickly which can turn your new brightly colored fence into a dirty grey mess. Luckily, with a CCCS pressure washer you should be able to remove most of the grime without damaging the wood, and get your fence looking new again!

Deck Washing

One of the most common uses for Cape Cod Cleaning Systems pressure washers is deck cleaning. Many houses in the area have decks which can become dirty and weathered after just a few seasons of our harsh North East weather.

In this before-and-after picture, you can see how pressure washing revitalized the wood and made the deck look new again.

Patio Cleaning

Stone and brick patios are very common in the Cape Cod, Boston, and Rhode Island areas and are used widely in the design of Northeast homes. If you have a stone or brick patio, then you know how quickly it can become dirty and discolored from rain, dirt, and snow.

Take a look at this amazing patio transformation after it was cleaned with a CCCS pressure washer. The dirt and grime was blasted away, leaving the original brick color to show through again.