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Josh Taylor Pressure Washing

5830 Chevy Chase Pkwy NW, Washington, DC 20015
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Business Description

Josh Taylor Pressure Washing is a property maintenance and cleaning company that serves the residents of Washington DC and the surrounding areas. It offers professional gutter cleaning services, as well as soft wash roof cleaning services. In addition, the company provides interior and exterior window cleaning, home exterior washing, and concrete power washing services. Josh Taylor Pressure Washing is certified by the Power Washers of North America and the United Association of Mobile Contract Cleaners.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does gutter cleaner kill plants?

Gutter cleaning solutions contain chlorine and other chemicals that are designed to remove moss, algae, mold, and other debris. These chemicals are harmful to plants and can burn their roots, or even kill them.

How often should you clean the gutters?

At a minimum, your gutters need to be cleaned at least twice a year. If your yard has lots of trees in it, or if you live in an area that's very windy or rainy, you might need to clean the gutters more often. If your area has a lot of pine trees, which drop needles frequently, you may need to clean them every three months.

Do gutter covers need to be cleaned?

Gutter covers are essentially the same thing as gutter guards, and they need to be cleaned regularly so debris doesn't build up and block the holes. Blockages can cause water to collect in certain areas and lead to poor drainage around your home.

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