Make sure you are working with Licensed and Insured Pressure Washing Companies.
Every shopper is looking for the best deal, so when it comes to price shopping for pressure washing, we get it. We want our customers and potential customers to understand what they are paying for when they chose to work with licensed and insured pressure washing companies, whether that is us, or a competitor.
Is Your Local Pressure Washing Company Insured?
One of the biggest differences between a true professional pressure washing or roof cleaning company and a fly-by-night operation is the ability to handle the liabilities of the risks it assumes. While most accidents and incidents are due to inexperienced technicians or negligence, sometimes things do go wrong and this could leave you with hefty repair bills or a lawsuit if a worker is injured on your property.
When it comes to hiring a pressure washing company you should ask about:
Liability Insurance – A professional usually carries a liability policy of $1 million to $2 million dollars.
Workers Comp – If an uninsured worker is hurt on your property you are responsible. Hiring an uninsured service provider could turn a simple bill into tens of thousands of dollars.
A few items to go over when looking for licensed and insured pressure washing companies:
- Be wary of any contractor who drives an unmarked or poorly marked vehicle.
- If the service provider says the job doesn’t require insurance or licenses, don’t use them. The specific job may not require it, but keeping all parties safe does.
- The service provider should provide references if asked to provide them
- Look into the service providers reputation. Look for reviews on Google, Facebook, AngiesList, NextDoor, etc..
From house washing to roof cleaning, the staff at Shane's Pristine Powerwash is here to help you with:
Deck and Fence Cleaning
Exterior Window Cleaning
Patio, Pool, Porch Cleaning
Concrete, Driveways, Walkways
Sidewalks, Steps Cleaning
Gutters & Down Spout Cleaning