Soft Washing verses Power Washing… We use a soft washing method that uses low pressure water and a measured cleaning solution to gently remove dirt, grime, algae, mold, and mildew.
From the Roof to the Driveway, we have the cleaning service to meet your needs.
We utilize environmentally friendly products including a “halt” solution to protect your lawn, landscaping, and the environment.
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MJS Power Wash Solutions takes pride in helping you keep your largest investment clean!
We offer multiple cleaning services for your home exteriors utilizing our proven Soft Wash technology.
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We utilize environmentally friendly products including a “halt” solution to protect your lawn and landscaping.
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House Soft Washing
MJS Power Wash Solutions LLC offers a soft washing method, which utilizes low pressure water and a measured cleaning solution to gently wash the exterior of your home, removing dirt, grime, algae, mold and mildew.
Exterior Window Cleaning
MJS Power Wash Solutions LLC utilizes a modern window cleaning method to give your windows the spotless shine you’ve been looking for!
Wood and Composite Deck Cleaning
Wooden decks will become more vulnerable to mold and mildew growth over time. Green and black colored mold becomes noticeable when it penetrates into the wood over time making it more difficult to treat.
Roof cleaning is done by the same proven soft wash method. With low pressure and the correct amount of cleaning solution, MJS Power Wash Solutions LLC removes the black streaks you typically see on shingles.
Concrete Driveway and Sidewalk Cleaning
If you have a concrete driveway, oil, grease and rust will eventually stain your driveway. Sidewalks and driveways may become slippery from the mold and mildew, which can become a safety hazard.
Wooden fences are susceptible to mold and mildew growth. Green and black colored mold is seen when it grows into the wood. Over time it can become very difficult to treat as the mold penetrates deep into the wood grain.