Are you fully licensed and insured?
Yes! We're fully licensed and insured. You can feel safe when hiring us to complete any work you might need!
What type of insurance do you have?
We carry a $1,000,000 policy for general liability, casualty, and property damage.
How long have you been doing business?
We've been practicing business in the Salt Lake Valley for 3 years. We're confident we can provide competitive and high-quality service.
What areas do you service?
We service all over the Salt Lake Valley. From Draper, Sandy, Midvale, or Murray. All the way to Millcreek, Sugarhouse, North Salt Lake, and anywhere in between! We are your go-to for cleaning services near you.
Occasionally, we will travel out of our normal service area if we believe we may be a good fit for your project.
What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept cash, checks, and most major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express).
*3.5% fee on all card transactions.
Do you use harsh chemicals to clean dirty windows?
We mainly use dawn dish soap and water to clean dirty windows that cross our path. Occasionally we use a mild hard water remover if necessary.
We can assure a safe, eco-friendly cleaning process that will leave your windows sparkling!
What chemicals might be used on a pressure/house washing job?
Depending on what the job requires, we may or may not involve the use of strong cleaning agents to effectively remove numerous stains like rust, mildew, mold, algae, and oil.
These cleaning agents include:
Soap/Detergent - Used on most jobs for a basic clean-up to remove dirt, dust, and any other light stains.
Oxalic acid – Useful in rust removal and other similar cleaning processes.
Citric acid – Stain removal and cleaning of concrete driveways or wooden decks.
Sodium hypochlorite – Disinfects and removes stains.
Sodium hydroxide – Dissolves grease stains.
Ammonia – Effective in cleaning stainless steel and glass.
Potassium hydroxide – Used in making liquid soap or soft soap.
We use these chemicals with care to provide the best results and thoroughly rinse away any residual amounts upon completion of the job.