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One of the most frequent jobs ACME Powerwash is hired for is to strip old, failing sealer from paver surfaces. Our 15+ years of experience have helped us develop a system for adequately stripping off old sealer.

First, our technicians treat the pavers with a commercial-grade stripper. Then we use large, industrial surface cleaners with nozzles spinning at 2500 rpms that spray out steam and hot water up to 300°F and 3500 psi. Another technician follows behind with a standard power washing wand to rinse everything down and cut in any areas inaccessible to the surface cleaners. The surface is allowed to dry and the process is repeated until all stripper is removed from the pavers.

The last step for any paver restoration project is to apply a new coat of industrial-grade sealer. The sealer protects the pavers from stains and fading while bringing out the colors and enhancing the appearance of the overall property.

Visit this paver cleaning and sealing website to learn more about cleaning and sealing your pavers and to see some more photos of recently cleaned projects.

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Technicians have been busy cleaning and sealing pavers in Scottsdale, Arizona. We have successfully pressure washed over 10,000 square feet of pavers in the last 10 days. The clean pavers get a coat of commercial grade sealer that enhances the paver surface. The sealer really makes the colors pop and also protects the pavers from stains, spills, and even harmful UV rays that can bleach out paver colors. Sealed pavers are also easier to keep clean, minimizing maintenance efforts around your residential or commercial property.

We maintain pavers for several commercial customers in Scottsdale and Phoenix, steam-cleaning them on a quarterly or semi-annual basis using our industrial pressure washers.

For more information about pressure washing your pavers or to get a free estimate for paver sealing services, call (6o2) 373-1515 or visit our paver seal website.

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As we approach the end of another year, we just wanted to take a moment to express our appreciation for all our customers and vendors that have helped make 2010 such a great year.

We wish you and your families a safe and joyful holiday season and a very prosperous New Year!

Many Thanks,

The Team at ACME Powerwash

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SEALING
Fall is the perfect time to seal concrete, pavers, and stone around your property. We have several different industrial sealers for a variety of applications including pavers, travertine tile, flagstone, concrete, exposed aggregate, slate, etc. Odds are that we have a sealer to match your needs. From natural-finish, penetrating sealers to high-gloss, “wet look” sealers, we’ve got you covered!

FREE ESTIMATES! Call 602-373-1515 today for your free estimate.

We love referrals! Be sure to ask about special programs for referring your friends and neighbors!

 
Sealed Exposed Aggregate DrivewayEXPOSED AGGREGATE
We steam cleaned and power washed this driveway in Queen Creek before sealing it with an industrial, wet-look sealer. The driveway is now protected from stains and is much easier to keep clean.

  

 

 

 

STONE/SLATE TILE
Sealed Slate Tile EntrySee what this tile looked like before we sealed it at http://www.PhoenixPaverSealing.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STONE/FLAGSTONE
Flagstone Patio SealerThis is a flagstone patio/pool area after cleaning and sealing with an industrial sealer.

ACME Powerwash is a professional company with over 14 years experience in cleaning and sealing many different surfaces in locations all across Arizona.

http://www.acmepowerwash.com
http://www.phoenixpaversealing.com
602-373-1515

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A mobile power washing service is a great way to clean up the exterior of your home or business before painting or just to clean up from storms. A lot of homes are still vacant in the valley and have been sitting for months or even years. Pressure washing is a good way to get them cleaned up before placing them on the market. You clean the inside, why not the outside?

Pressure washing buildings is just one of many applications for an industrial pressure washer. They clean all types of surfaces including concrete, asphalt, pavers, brick, stone, etc. If you have a messy situation that requires a little more power than a standard garden hose, give us a call and let us know how our pressure washers can help.

Some of our technicians have been with us for over 5 years. They are some of the most experienced power washers in the valley and are ready to assist you with your project.

Call us today for a free estimate at 602.373.1515 or visit our website at http://www.acmepowerwash.com.

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Have the recent thunderstorms left you with a HUGE mess?

Our mobile power washing crews can clean up all kinds of mud, dirt, and debris that resulted from the thunderstorms that thrashed through the valley this week. We steam-clean concrete, pavers, asphalt, stone, stucco, and building exteriors to remove tough stains and debris.

We are available 24/7/365!

Call (602) 373-1515 to schedule a cleaning or get a free estimate!

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Last weekend, ACME Powerwash participated in the 3rd Annual Eco-Expo at Encanterra in San Tan Valley, Arizona. An environmentally friendly sealer was showcased that is used on concrete and pavers in the Phoenix area.

This water-based sealer exceeds all EPA and VOC standards, making it the perfect choice for “Green” projects throughout Central Arizona.

This photograph is an excellent example of the enhancement created by sealing your pavers. There are other unseen advantages including protection from stains, salts and other corrosives, uv rays and locking in joint sand which discourages weed growth and ant hills.

The applications of these eco-friendly sealants include pavers, concrete, exposed aggregate, stone, etc. For a free estimate please call 602-373-1515.

For more information on commercial or residential paver sealing in Phoenix, please visit http://www.acmepowerwash.com/coatings.html.

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