Whew, here in Southwest Florida it is hot and wet right now! That humidity and rain we get every day in the summer really has the plants and yard growing, and pretty much anything that thrives on heat and humidity. And if you’ve lived here long enough, you know that that means mold, mildew and algae growth is kicked up everywhere. There’s a good chance you’ve noticed that your pool enclosure screens and struts have a greenish or blackish tinge to them or outright fuzzy growth on them. Not just ugly stuff, but also corrosive and detrimental to the long-term wear of your cage and screens.
Here’s what else happens to your screens this time of year in SWFL. While screen enclosures do an excellent job of keeping bugs, wildlife and yard debris out of your outdoor living spaces, their exteriors don’t repel pollen. Over time, pollen can accumulate on the structure’s surfaces, forming a disgusting film that makes your enclosure look old or dirty. So that’s the other thing that may be making your screens look terrible.
Cleaning your enclosure is key to preserving the life of your screens, as well as the frame. However, those screens are delicate! So straight up pressure washing is not the answer. A pressure washer on full power can etch into concrete, so it will definitely blow a tear into a screen. That’s why when it comes to your lanai and pool screen enclosure, we use a soft wash system.
Our team at Under Pressure is on the job to:
At Under Pressure, we use a soft washing system to deliver the highest level of clean without negatively impacting your lanai pool enclosure. Screening is a delicate surface and should never be exposed to high pressure washing technology. Our soft wash service protects the material and enhances its appearance with a low pressure cleaning alternative.
We use cleaning products that are formulated to be tough on buildup. They kill spores, break down dirt buildup, and deliver the “deep clean impact” your screening needs to last season after season.
A soft wash incorporates special low-pressure nozzles on the end of a pressure washing gun or wand. That’s combined with a biodegradable chemical that removes the biological elements (mold, algae, pollen, dirt, moss) and other stains without damaging surfaces on your lanai or killing your plants.
If your pool cage is looking black or green or if you just want to be sure all of it is sparkling, give us a call at give us a call at Under Pressure at 866-579-6942.
Under Pressure Cleaning & Sealing Services LLC
Peter LeBlanc - Owner/Operator
239-218-5085 • email@example.com
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