Big Tex Pro Wash of Aledo, Texas has announced that they have teamed up with other agencies to announce the launch of three new service based locations. Cody Harvey, a spokesperson for the company states that they have teamed up with Tim Croll and Mission to Market in order to announce that they are now providing power washing and window cleaning in three new areas throughout Texas.
“In addition to Aledo,” says Harvey, “Big Tex Pro Wash is now providing services in Willow Park and Hudson Oak. Jessica and her team are dedicated to providing high quality window washing, pressure washing, and soft washing options for both home and business owners.”
Harvey says that these three locations were chosen in an effort to provide better service for area residents. Big Tex Pro Wash offers licensed and insured power and window washing for a wide range of exterior materials. The company provides residential and commercial services, and is family owned and operated.
“A soft washing technique is used to prevent damage,” says Harvey. “Those in these new areas can now visit Big Tex Pro Wash online to get a good idea of the services provided and service area locations.”
Harvey says that Big Tex Pro Wash of Hudson Oak uses the most modern equipment and can clean a variety of surfaces including brick, eaves, concrete, stucco, patios, decks, and more. The company can also provide roof washing using the same soft wash method to remove dirt and debris from roof tiles, metal roofing and other roofing materials. Harvey adds that they use on the most eco-friendly materials and chemicals in their cleaning.
The company states that they are pleased to now be able to offer their services to home and business owners in Aledo Hudson Oak and Willow Park. They have been providing services Tarrant and Wood Counties for some time, and state that they are pleased that their reputation with current customers have given them the ability to expand their services into these new areas.
Harvey says that with spring arriving, now is the time to have homes and windows washed. Many consumers do their “spring cleaning” during April and May each year, airing out their homes and cleaning out the winter dust. Harvey states that this is also a good time to clean the outside of a home or business in order to remove dust and algae that may have begun to grow during the winter months, or on homes or businesses that have not been cleaned in several years.
Cleaning exterior windows and the outside of structures can help the home or business to look better and regular cleanings of these structures could help to prevent damage from debris that may be laying on the roof or in other areas. Exterior cleaning also helps to raise the property value of a structure. Harvey states that anyone who is planning to sell their home or business should consider having it pressure washed to remove any residue that could make it look less than pleasing.
Those who are interested in learning more about Big Tex Pro Wash of Willow Park can visit the company on their official website. The website offers a complete list of their exterior and window washing services, as well as a detailed list of the various communities and areas that they service. The company provides free, no obligation quotes and these quotes can be obtained online. Those interested simply have to click on the quote button and provide information about the size of the structure to receive a quote. The company states that they strive to offer fair pricing and that they abide by their service quotes, without adding extra charges when the job is done. Those interested in learning more about the company and their new service area locations can visit them online or contact them directly via phone or email. Contact information can be found on the company’s website.
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