Exterior Mold And Mildew Removal By Atlanta Pressure Washing
The most popular exterior cleaning we are requested to perform is for either green, black mold or mildew removal, remediation. Mold, and mildew are not the same thing – Mold is usually green, or black in color, while mildew is white or grey in color. Mildew on vinyl siding is very common here in Atlanta, Ga – It is usually an indicator of water overflowing from gutters due to blocked gutters, or inadequate gutter size (relative to roof pitch), or can usually be found on sides of homes that are devoid of gutters, or areas with little to no sun exposure. We also encounter a fair amount of mold on older Atlanta homes that have been painted with oil-based trim paint – Oil based paints are perfect breeding grounds for mold, and mildew. Whatever the cause may be – we can gently, efficiently pressure wash and remove mold and mildew stains without causing any disruption from your day to day life, and zero negative impact on your property.
We remove green and black mold and mildew from the following surfaces:
- Exterior house surfaces: – We clean mold and mildew from siding, hardie-plank, vinyl siding, stucco, soffits, fascia, as well as garage doors, front porches, porch ceilings, as well as screened in porches.
- Brick And Pavers: – We Clean mold and mildew from brick and pavers on patios, walkways, retainer walls, pool decks, mailboxes as well as homes.
- Stone: – We clean mold and mildew from all types of stone – bluestone, flagstone, slate on homes, patios, pool decks, as well as outdoor fireplaces, fire pits, and mailboxes.
- Concrete – We clean mold and mildew from all concrete surfaces such as driveways, walkways, paties, as well as retainer walls.
We are experts in the field of cleaning and removing mold and mildew from your home’s exterior. We use plant, and pets safe chemicals that are powerful against mold and mildew to ensure spotless results, and amazing improvements in your home’s curb appeal.
Mold, Mildew Cleaning FAQ'S
Mildew should be cleaned off a house’s exterior (especially painted surfaces like siding, doors, windows, soffits) as soon as you see signs of mold or mildew. Mildew weakens paint, and accelerates fading, and coating failure. Surfaces like gutters that have a baked-on enamel finish aren’t as important, but you should clean your home’s exterior painted surfaces at least once a year if your house has little sun exposure. On concrete , brick, stone walking areas especially stoops, steps, porches it is important to clean all mold and mildew off yearly. Slip hazards can happen especially on exterior tile, stair steps, steep walkways.
Yes, as long as your patio furniture is in good shape, and does not show signs of sun damage we can restore your patio furniture (this applies to furniture whose seats, and backrests are made out of mesh, fabric). General patio furniture (cedar, pressure treated pine, composite, pvc, aluminum) can be effectively cleaned. Teak Furniture needs special TLC, we can refer a teak specialist that can rejuvenate your teak to like new condition!
Depending on the material your awning is made of, and the condition of the awning. UV rays degrade awnings over time, so if your awning shows signs of UV damage it would be best not to wash as it may affect its integrity. If your awning is in good shape we can definitely remove all mold and mildew with our gentle cleaning agents.
Yes we can gently remove mold and mildew from exterior terrazo, ceramic, and any other exterior tile surface without damage to the grout.