You’ve got a home in an gated community because you love the amenities that community has, and you love that your home will hold it’s real estate value. One of the reasons those types of communities hold their value is the rules set forth by the Home Owner Association (HOA), which keeps certain standards that add to your curb appeal. Whether or not you are an HOA board member, if you are a good community member, you’ll pay close attention to be sure that community is kept up properly. Because no matter how much time you spend making your own home look beautiful, when you live in a gated community, it’s the community as a whole that any potential buyer is buying into.
Take a good look at your community’s common areas. Are the club house, pool and gardens, benches and sidewalks being kept clean and tidy? Or is the roof of the club-house black with mold streaks and the pavers on the pool deck looking faded and tired? Because, if the common areas look dingy, the curb appeal will be gone for the potential buyer.
Here in Southwest Florida, it only takes a few months of rain and heat and humidity before roofs, pavers, sidewalks and other concrete hardscapes get covered in mold and algae and mildew. Aside from looking unsightly, these living organisms eat away at whatever they are growing on, weakening roof tiles and staining concrete. This can cause costly repairs, and decrease property values when not taken care of.
Algae and mold is also slippery when wet, so if you’ve got it growing in parking lots, driveways or pavers around the community pool, it also becomes a slip and fall hazard for community residents. HOAs are important, not only for keeping the value of your home as high as possible, but also to keep your community safe. Residential communities that feature common areas need regular maintenance to keep these areas safe and clean. Slippery sidewalk algae needs to be removed as quickly as possible to keep the community safe. Maintaining safe public spaces can help avoid potential legal action so no one gets injured due to the neglected maintenance of common areas.
Signing a maintenance contract with Under Pressure to pressure wash community areas and amenities every few months is one of the most effective way to keep these areas safe and clean. Pressure washing combats oil buildup, graffiti, mildew, algae, grime, and rust while restoring the hard surfaces on parking lots, boat docks, and sidewalks. Regular commercial pressure washing is a small investment that can help the bottom line of your community in many positive ways. Having a clean, welcoming community will attract new residents, and keep current residents safe and happy.
At Under Pressure, we understand that large-scale community cleanings require even more attention to detail, and our techs are on top of that. We are available for one-time cleanings, but we highly recommend a maintenance contract that provides periodic scheduled cleanings. Once we have agreed on a time interval for your community’s cleanings, Under Pressure will take care of the rest. Our pressure washing treatments are sure to get your sidewalks, gutters, exterior buildings, pool decks or patios, guard houses and playgrounds clean and looking like new. We are all about offering you quality service at reasonable prices. Give us a call today for a free estimate on our large community cleanings. Call UnderPressure at 239-218-5085!
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