Pressure washing is a fast, thorough method of removing oil, grease, dirt, and evenspray-painted graffiti from a variety of building surfaces without harming the facility materials.  We Service America uses state-of-the-art equipment and methods to enhance the beauty and retain the value for a wide variety of architectural assets including:

  • Brick
  • Cement
  • Tile
  • Stone
  • Wood
  • Stucco
  • Asphalt
  • Marble
  • Sandstone
  • Painted surfaces

We also provide licensed sand and water blasting for additional cleaning needs.

We perform these pressure washing and steam cleaning tasks with complete water recycling in accordance with the national storm water program requirements under Section 402(p) of the Clean Water Act. 

NOTICE OF WATER QUALITY AND DRAINAGE REQUIREMENTS:  We Service America acknowledges that with regard to surface drainage and groundwater and surface water quality all pressure washing activity is subject to the requirements of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (the “EPA”), the California State Water Resources Control Board (the “State Board”), the Regional Water Quality Control Board (the “Regional Board”), the local County and the local City in which the Property is located (the “City”).  Accordingly, We Service America shall comply with all laws, rules and regulations regarding drainage and water quality (collectively, the “Water Quality Laws”) including without limitation, the Federal Clean Water Act, the Federal Coastal Zone Community Act, the County’s grading ordinance and the City’s grading and excavation requirements, to the extent applicable to the Services.  In addition, We Service America agrees to obtain any and all permits which may be required pursuant to the Water Quality Laws in connection with the Services, to comply with the requirements of any such permits and, to the extent applicable, the requirements of any similar permits covering the Project generally.  Such permits may include, without limitation, National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (“NPDES”) permits (and the associated Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (“SWPPP”) required by the State of California general permit for storm water associated with construction activity), County storm water permits, County drainage area management plans or Regional Board issued the minimum permits. 

We Service America uses any and all means and methods including immediate water pick-up and recycling of waste water, pillow drain covers, and water diverters) to protect and prevent discharge into any drain, including storm drain, sewer, and grease line as a result of the steam-cleaning activities caused by pressure washing and steam cleaning efforts.

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Download: Pressure Washing Service Offering Sheet