Thursday, January 26, 2012


 Algae growth on sidewalks, oil stains on your driveway, moss and grass growing between paving stones -will make your property look neglected.  Algae and moss on your driveway or sidewalk can make the surface very slippery when wet and can cause slip and fall accidents.  Pressure washing is one sure way to correct that problem.  Eco-Green Power Washing and Restorations can make your sidewalks and driveways look new again.  Professional equipment including industrial hot water power washer,  hot water surface cleaners and environment friendly detergents will restore your concrete or interlock driveway to its original look.  We will make sure that all of the walls, plants and fences around the cleaned area are rinsed off any debris.  In case of interlock stone we will replace any sand washed out by the power washer.

In order to further enhance and protect the freshly cleaned surfaces we can seal them with high end professional quality eco-friendly sealer, which will also greatly reduce algae, moss and dirt from reappearing and reduce water damage.   Professional crack repair of concrete sidewalks and driveways will prevent further water damage.  Using professional grade caulk and its proper application will prevent the seal from breaking due to movement of concrete slabs. 

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Concrete sidewalk before power washing

Concrete sidewalk after power washing

Interlock stone walkway before power washing.

Interlock brick sidewalk after power washing 


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  2. Thanks for sharing this! I am going to be using paving stones as part of my big backyard renovation project this summer. They are just one of the many things that I have to get in order to make my backyard look great!

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