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Why Wash My Building? (commercial cleaning)

Although it may be easily dismissed by most building owners and property / facility managers as
simply "dirt", there are serious threats to the building facade posed by the unsightly grime and
organic material that exists on buildings. Fortunately, there is Michigan Pressure Washing (MPW),
low and high pressure, high-volume exterior cleaning specialists.

The fact is this: there's money you can save by cleaning your buildings regularly; sometimes
that money can be substantial. Moreover, by cleaning their building the proper way, you can
do more than simply avoid unnecessary maintenance costs: you can actually extend the
useful life of your building.

Michigan Pressure Washing's unique low-pressure, high-volume solution is perfect for safely
and effectively cleaning EIFS buildings. The non-intrusive properties of low-pressure,
high- volume (LPHV) cleaning is the best way to effectively clean EIFS exteriors.
But as you will see, the MPW solution works equally well on other surfaces.

There are a number of reasons why cleaning the exterior of your building and surroundings
should be a regular component of a routine building maintenance schedule:

It preserves the exterior surface. Cleaning the building surface does more than simply remove
dirt and external contaminants from the building surface. While dirt and pollutants pose more of an
aesthetic concern than anything else, the threat posed by water-storing fungi has serious
performance implications for the building and surrounding areas such as sidewalks.

When mold spores attach to the surface - whether the exterior is an EIFS surface, masonry,
limestone, brick or precast concrete - they start a cycle of life that mars the appearance of the
building with water stains. The fungi retain the moisture on the building exterior and manifest
themselves in the form of green, black and gray stains on your building. The destructive properties
of water are heightened in that process. The mold that develops on the exterior can lead to
deeper problems within the surface. It can contribute to the so-called "sick building" syndrome
that can threaten more than just the "health" of the building envelope; it can threaten the health
of the tenants and employees who work inside as well.

The wet-dry cycle that results may also cause costly structural and surface failure of the exterior
material by trapping moisture inside the surface. During the freezing cycle it causes expansion,
creating cracks and heaves on your walls in the same way that water trapped below a road
surface in winter causes breaks and bumps on the surface. In the warmer months, the dark
surface created by the fungi on the exterior can lead to ultraviolet damage to the walls.

Extends the life of caulks and sealant.
Simply properly cleaning your building exterior regularly is a lot less costly than a major
refurbishment of caulking, sealant and flashing. The safe cleaning of a building protects and
enhances the existing caulk and sealant lifting mold, mildew and dirt off the surface.

Returns the building to its original beauty.
In many cases, building owners or property managers have simply forgotten what the original
surface looked like. The most obvious reason to remove the matter is to restore the building to
the state the architect intended when he or she designed it. In addition to mold, mildew and dirt,
carbons, for example often damage buildings located in a city, as do other pollutants created by
vehicular and industrial emission.

A clean, professional building is a good investment.
On commercial /office buildings, a good-looking, clean building exterior is a magnet for
prospective tenants. A dirty, dreary building is tough, if not impossible, to sell to a tenant
prospect and even harder to justify a rent increase to existing tenants. Employee and tenant
morale will be improved and it is more attractive to customers.
The first impression is always the most important impression.

There's a Right Way and a Wrong Way to Clean Your Building
Understanding the reasons why cleaning your building exterior makes economic sense is
only half of the battle. Once the decision has been made to clean the exterior, how you
decide to clean it can make all the difference in the world.
MPW services are the best way to effectively clean building exteriors without damaging
the wall surface.

"The presence of mold adversely affects human health
through three processes: allergy, infection and toxicity."

American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine

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The results are astonishing and worth the investment

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