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Welcome Realtors!!!

We love working closely with our local brokers, realtors and property management teams. We insure that your clients homes are quickly taken care of with the service and quality work you deserve. 

According to the National Association of Realtors, professional cleaning (for the roof and driveway) can add anywhere from $10,000 to $15,000 to the value of the home. Professional cleaning of the driveway, roof, & exterior is the easiest and quickest way to remove dirt and stains from your home.  

When listing a home you make sure the homeowner cleans and declutter the inside. Don't forget the outside! The curb appeal will allow potential buyers to imagine themselves making your listing their future home.  Keeping your roof maintained and clean of moss, mold, and grime will not only save you money with premature repairs, but it also makes your home more inviting and obviously more beautiful. Don't let an ugly stained roof or overflowing gutters be the focus.

As a seller, you want to make the home as easy to move into as possible. Make it appealing, while taking the uncertainty away so the process can be as quick and simple as possible. When you are getting ready for showings and are cleaning up the interior of the house be sure not to overlook the importance of a clean exterior. The outside is the first impression that the house has to offer, make the first impression a lasting one. The appearance of a well maintained home is appealing to buyers, because it can take some of the guesswork out of the process. If there was a stain somewhere or a build up of mildew or mold, they could be unsure if it’s a major problem or just a quick clean up. This could create some doubt in their buying decision. If the exterior is spotless it eliminates those potential doubts for the buyer, allowing for a quick sell.

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