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From the ground to the gutter!

At first glance, so many homes we have arrived at look clean, like one happy customer's beautiful white Queenslander at Charter's Towers. We have become so accustomed to the grey appearance of dirt and mould, that it is not until we have started Softwashing that the difference becomes apparent and it is on these occasions that our work leaves us feeling awestruck and completely satisfied (to use Chris's words).

Having said that, we do find occasions where existing paint, surface and/or structural damage to buildings causes us to feel less than satisfied. This occurs equally as much to rentals as to privately owned dwellings and commercial premises. Even though Softwash has effectively cleaned the exterior's hard surface, damage from bird or bat droppings, scratches, and wear and tear, from use and weather exposure, becomes unmasked revealing what was hidden beneath. Basically, poor or irregular maintenance results in damage!

Did you know... Insurance does not cover you for mould damage just as it does not cover you for termite damage. These scenarios are considered maintenance issues? Food for thought...

Think about this... What is the value of the car you drive and how often do you wash it? Weekly? This is a depreciating asset! Your home is your most valuable asset that appreciates, especially when well maintained. Add to this the fact that you may have family or friends that are sensitive or allergic to organic allergens, especially children and the elderly, and that a home is a legacy that parents generally plan to leave to their children in their will. It is a bit of a no-brainer... What are your home and the wellbeing of those you love worth?

Eaves... Mould and moths seem to love them and they look especially amazing once Softwashed! We are like a moth to the light when taking photos of eaves, lol! Notice the after image above right... The water droplets have no dirt in them, so they dry clear leaving no dirty watermarks! Cha-ching!



External house walls + Windows + Patio + Entry + Eaves + Up to the top of the external side of gutters


Softwash Basic + Driveway + Paths


Softwash Complete + Garden bed edging + Sheds + Pool area + Shade sails


While Softwash uses low-pressure, occasions where water may enter a property exist where homes have areas that do not properly seal e.g. Queenslander style buildings, casement style windows, louvres, under and at times around doors. We advise our customers to block off or seal such areas, as much as possible using old towels. Rinsing takes longer than applying, and we make every effort to work carefully, strategically and quickly around such areas while still supplying our quality service.