Everyone starts to feel a little cooped up during the winter. When spring rolls around and it starts getting warm enough to eat outside, your customers are going to start their meals out on your patio. There are a lot of different steps that your company takes to keep the area clean, inviting, and interesting. But if pressure washing isn’t part of that to-do list, you could be losing customers and doing more work than you need to. Here’s why:
1. Pressure washing removes buildup.
Even in Texas, the snowy season will leave your exterior covered in rock salt and chemicals designed to melt ice. But that safety measure can start to eat into your patio’s surface and leave behind stains. Pressure washing gets rid of the residue and any stains. It also prevents more damage from building up.
Pressure washing also gets rid of bugs. If your patio has a lot of tiny nooks and crannies in the surface, insects might have used them to hole up for winter or to lay eggs. Get rid of them before they wake up or hatch in the spring so you don’t have to deal with the infestations.
2. Don’t let allergens ruin the experience.
Once the plants around your restaurant start waking up, the air is going to be filled with allergens and pollen. Those same irritants are going to cling to your exterior walls and the patio floor. But a good pressure washing can cut through organic buildup. If you have customers who spend the entire meal sneezing, they might not come back.
3. Make the outdoor eating area look like new.
Spring is all about things looking fresh and new. Pressure washing can give new life to your patio area by removing old stains from traffic and wear and tear. The process cleans the surfaces so they lose the dimness of embedded dirt and grime. Just like with your restaurant’s interior, it looks more inviting if it’s clean.
Go to 214 Pressure Washing to schedule your appointment and get a jump on your spring cleaning.