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Efflorescence Removal: Thoroughly Removing The Film & Dust From Your Chino Hills Exteriors

Efflorescence Removal

Need efflorescence removal for your Chino Hills property? D&G Power Washing provides professional pressure washing for Chino Hills and the surrounding area! Make your house look like it's been freshly painted with our efflorescence removal services; call us at 541-200-4275 to get your same-day quote.

Vinyl Siding Cleaning Pros

Our team of house washing professionals will make your paint job shine with our vinyl siding cleaning services. Using our top-of-the-line equipment with varying water pressure levels, we safely wash away the film and dust that accumulates on your exteriors. Efflorescence removal is the key to a beautiful-looking home. Call us at 541-200-4275 to schedule your service today!

What Does Efflorescence Removal Do For My Home?

Our efflorescence removal services wash away the film and dust that can cling to vinyl siding. By regularly cleaning off this residue, you can prevent the growth of moss and algae, prolonging the life of your vinyl siding and boosting your curb appeal.

Whether you're preparing to sell or just want your home to look like new, D&G Power Washing can help. Our crew is trained to the highest standards, using the best equipment on the market to wash your home without damaging siding. Schedule your efflorescence removal today by calling us at 541-200-4275.

What Is Efflorescence?

Whereas mold is a fungus that grows and spreads on any surface, efflorescence is moisture that has evaporated into salt deposits. It's most commonly found on concrete and brick and turns to powder when touched.

While efflorescence isn't necessarily dangerous and poses no health risks, it can cause moisture-related problems that can lead to structural damage. This is why it's important to schedule regular efflorescence removal services to prevent damage. D&G Power Washing provides these efflorescence removals as part of our vinyl siding cleaning and house washing services.

How Do I Know If I Have Efflorescence?

Efflorescence most commonly is found on concrete and bricks, so part of your routine home maintenance should include checking any brick accents, such as pillars, or the concrete base around your basement. Since efflorescence is caused by evaporated moisture, the best time to check for it is after rainy and wet seasons, as this is when it's most likely to accumulate.

If there appears to be a textured-looking white stain on your brick or concrete, you may have efflorescence. You can double-check by touching it - since it's a salt deposit, a powdery residue should come off on your fingers.

Once you've confirmed the nature of the stain, call us at 541-200-4275 to schedule your efflorescence removal and keep your home clean and structurally sound.

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