• Roof Cleaning
  • Vinyl Siding
  • Gutters
  • Concrete Surface Cleaning
  • Deck Cleaning
  • Deck Staining
  • Log Homes
  • Cedar Siding

Heavy mold removal from home siding. We do all aspects of exterior home cleaning; siding, sidewalks, driveways(washed & sealed), soffits, guttering, chimneys, decks and Mobile Homes.

We've also done smoke smell removal and clean up after a moderate fire.


  • Truck & Bus Fleets
  • Sewer Jetting Service (high pressure sewerline cleanout)
  • Airless Painting
  • Store Fronts
  • Bank & Restaurant Drive Thru's

Many of our customers are amazed at what high pressure cleaning can achieve. Not only does cleaning your siding, deck, sidewalk, driveway etc. improve the look of your property but it also extends the life. Therefore reducing the need for very costly replacement and or repair.

We service the greater St. Louis metropolitan area. If you have any questions about our service area please contact us.

If you have any questions concerning the services listed or any type of service you may need, feel free to give us a call.

10 Common Myths About Roof Cleaning

#1 Black roof stains are caused by tar, acid, dirt, or jet fuel.
Roof stains are caused by a hardy type of blue-green algae called Gloeocapsa Magma. Its growth is fed by the limestone filler in the shingles and moisture.

#2 Algae on roof shingles is really a signal that it's time for a new roof.
If a roofer tells you that you need a whole new roof just because of some algae staining tell him to take a walk. Get the roof cleaned instead. You'll save a huge amount of money.

#3 Roof algae removal will have no real impact on a home's curb appeal.
Most people are shocked when they see how much better their home looks after a roof cleaning. Most homeowners have gotten so used to seeing the stains on their roof that they've completely forgotten how good it once looked.

#4 Roof algae is only a cosmetic issue so it can be ignored for now.
If not cleaned off and kept at bay roof algae has the ability to shave years off the life of your shingles. It's important to remember that roof algae is a living organism that needs food to continue to grow. Guess what the favorite food of roof algae is? That's right – your shingles! Shingle makers now use limestone filler in the manufacturing process which the algae just loves to chew on. If you allow the roof algae to continue growing, You'll have to replace the roof a lot sooner, and with the average new roof these days topping $10,000 it's just a no-brainer to keep your shingles clean and functional for a fraction of the cost.

#5 The best way to go about removing roof algae is with high pressure.
Next to positioning your home in the path of a tornado, power washing your roof to remove algae stains is the worst thing you could possibly do to it. High pressure can remove the granules from shingles and that reduces the life of your roof.

#6 Chemical roof cleaning will damage shingles, gutters, and landscaping.
If you're using the right chemicals with the proper procedures and rinsing techniques then you have nothing to fear.

#7 It's only necessary to clean the sections of the roof that have visible stains.
If you can see algae on even one section of your roof that means that it's probably already taking hold on your entire roof.

#8 Ambient temperature has no effect on the effectiveness of a roof algae cleaner.
If you're using the correct chemical mixture then it will be most effective when the temperature is above 50 degrees. Below 50 and the power of the solution drops off rapidly.

#9 Roof cleaning is an easy DIY project that any homeowner can do in an afternoon.
There's nothing easy or quick about roof cleaning. In fact, if you approach it with a cavalier attitude you run a good chance of injuring yourself.

#10 Roof cleaning companies tend to overprice their work and take advantage of consumers.
It's hard when you tell someone the price to clean their roof and they think that somehow you are ripping them off. People hear that word "cleaning" and they think it should be cheap like carpet cleaning or house cleaning. Think about the time, materials, equipment, expertize and potential injury liability involved when cleaning a roof. There's so much more that goes into a professional roof cleaning than for any other kind of residential cleaning service that it's really not even fair to lump them into the same category. Is there any otherhome improvement service that can instantly transform a home's curb appeal in a single afternoon. And when you consider that it not only makes your home more beautiful but also extends the life of your expensive roof by a matter of years. Having a roof cleaned is one of the smartest and most cost-effective things that a homeowner could possibly do to protect their biggest investment.