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DISCLAIMER

Pressure Washing Can Destroy Surfaces

Pressure washing is touted as being an excellent way to clean many different types of surfaces. However, it can easily destroy the surfaces being cleaned. Even pressure is required when using a pressure washer. If the pressure is uneven or if it’s too high for the surface being cleaned, damage can easily occur. Paint can be removed from siding, the wood of the deck can be damaged, and even concrete can be damaged by too high pressure being on one spot for a sufficient amount of time. When cleaning the sides of the house, it’s also possible to break a window because of the high pressure from the pressure washer. All Products used are Eco friendly all our products are SAFER CHOICE and meet US EPA Safer Product Standards. 

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Water Can Get Inside Your Home

If the person is close enough to the home and using a high enough amount of pressure, they can end up cutting a hole straight through to the inside of the home. There is a higher chance of this occurring with wood siding or shingles, though it can happen to any surface. Plus, there is a chance of the water being sprayed underneath the siding and getting into the home through tiny gaps in the wall. This can cause damage inside the walls that may not be noticed for a while. Water that gets inside the home can cause serious amounts of damage quickly and can be difficult to deal with, depending on the amount of water that gets into the home and where it ends up.

While pressure washing does work, there are many things that can go wrong. Often, it’s recommended that homeowners hire a professional to handle the pressure washing to minimize the potential for injuries. However, there is another alternative you may want to consider. Soft Washing is a way to clean the outside of your home completely, but without all of the risks that accompany pressure washing. It’s much safer and doesn’t have the potential to cause as much damage because it uses reduced pressure to clean. Contact us today to learn more about Soft Washing and why it’s a better alternative to pressure washing your home.

RESPONSE TO COVID-19

Dear Friends & Family,

At this time when news is dominated by Novel Coronavirus, I wanted to personally reach out and let you know that Big Bore Mobile Wash is vigilantly implementing enhanced protocols to ensure your safety.

We are closely monitoring recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization regarding the spread of the virus. Safety is one of the core values at our company, and our focus is to ensure we continue to meet customer needs while keeping you, our employees, and our communities safe. Below is a breakdown of the steps we are taking:

When cleaning a fleet or a residential community out team will do the following:

  • Personal protective equipment.

  • Disinfect touchpoints such as any door handles (inside and outside), steering wheel and controls, operating controls, and seat belt.

  • All rags and gloves used to clean will be disposed of properly.

 

In addition, we are frequently cleaning our facilities while following recommended sanitizing best practices. This includes:

  • Following the above procedure for all fleet washing.

  • Instructing all onsite employees to clean and disinfect commonly touched surfaces in our office and in our shop.

 

We are also taking steps to ensure the welfare of our employees. This includes:

  • Encouraging all employees to be vigilant about frequent handwashing.

  • Requiring all employees who feel ill to stay home and consult their healthcare providers.

 

During this challenging moment, we want to reassure you that we are doing everything we can to provide you with safe environment. For any inquiries, please call us at (706) 530-8266.

Your safety is our highest priority, and we thank you for placing your trust in our team and our company. We look forward to working with you.

Best Regards,

Dionis & Tamara Fernandez

BBMW Owners

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