Every home in San Antonio is different, but we’re all looking for beautiful and functional homes. Take a look through some commonly asked questions that your San Antonio neighbors are looking for about exterior cleaning services.
Yes, you can pressure wash windows as a more efficient technique to clean the glass. However, it’s extremely important that professionals make this decision as the type, size and specifics of the window can determine if pressure washing is dangerous or not. Our team ensures that the safest window-washing techniques are always used.
Yes, you can pressure wash a roof. However, too much pressure used on older or specific types of roof materials can damage your roof. Gleam Team offers roof washing, including soft washing options, that is safe for your roof and won’t cause damage to the shingles or roof materials.
Soft washing is a gentler alternative to pressure washing. It can be used on older materials like roofs, siding and other surfaces that may not be able to withstand the force of pressure washing. It’s extremely effective and useful to completely clean certain surfaces on or around your home.
Yes, most solar panels should be cleaned periodically. While they’re usually designed to withstand weather events, cleaning them promotes maximum efficiency and transfer of power to your home.
For most concrete sealers, it takes 24-48 hours for the material to be completely dry. It can feel dry to the touch within a few hours, but we recommend leaving it to dry for the full 1-2 days.
Enough power washing can remove layers of concrete sealer. This is why it’s so important that our team power washes before sealing your concrete to remove all the engrained grime. After sealing, our team will use a gentler washing technique to protect the sealant from wear and tear.
Even though concrete sealer is dry to the touch within a few hours of applying it, we recommend leaving the material to dry for 1-2 days before walking on or using it fully.