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College Student Pressure Washing FAQs.

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The company was started by Wesley Bloeme during his Freshman year at Maryville College to pay for his tuition. Bloeme has now graduated college, debt free, and continues to grow the business with some of his college teammates. The goal of the business is to utilize college students whenever possible so they too, can graduate debt free.

College Student Pressure Washing, LLC was established in the Spring of 2014.

Yes, we have a business license and general liability insurance. Our business license is from the City of Sandy Springs, Georgia, and our general liability insurance ($1,000,000) is with Liberty Mutual.

For payments, we accept cash, check, or credit card. We will also accept payments through both PayPal and Venmo.

Our quotes are always free and never binding.

We don’t need you to be present in order for us to clean most exterior surfaces. However, there are places that you will need to provide us access (such as decks).

We charge by the job. There are many variables that can impact the cost of a pressure washing job including, surface type, accessibility, square footage, etc. We quote the job and stick to our quote regardless of how long the work actually takes.

No, we rely on our customer’s water to power our machines. Our water tank merely acts as a buffer between the water coming from your property and the amount needed for our machines to run. This way we are always able to run our equipment regardless of the water pressure available.

No. We have some of the best equipment in the industry which allows us to work as efficiently as possible. The majority of our jobs can be completed with less than $10 worth of water. We are happy to you an estimate of the cost for our water usage if you like.

No, we only use the amount of pressure that is necessary for each job. For example, we use very low pressure to clean surfaces like vinyl, polymers, and stucco. This method not only removes mold and mildew, but also minimizes the risk of damaging the surface itself.

First off, we avoid using chemicals unless absolutely necessary. When we do use chemicals, we use a small amount of industrial strength bleach (sodium hypochlorite) and environmentally friendly soaps which enable the bleach to work more effectively.

No. We make sure that the bleach is diluted both before and after it enters our machines. This means that by the time it reaches any exterior surface, it is at non-toxic levels of below 1%. As a precaution, we still rinse all plants and vegetation before and after we are done cleaning. Since sodium hypochlorite breaks down almost immediately after coming into contact with organic compounds, a pet would not be affected by its residue after our work is completed.

Yes, we are able to clean up to five stories using low pressure. This helps keep our technicians safe by not having to use ladders.

Not at this time, but we are considering adding the capability in the near future.

No, however, we can clean the black streaks (oxidation) off the face of them if they are less than two stories high.

Not at this time, but we are considering adding the capability in the near future.