Commercial Power Washing Services in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas
Parking Lot Power Washing Service
Over time, the newness wears off of buildings and parking garages due to dust, road grime, engine exhaust, oil stains, gum and more. Power washing is the most effective way to clean your pavement. C & D Commercial Services specializes in power washing services for large commercial properties in the Dallas, Fort Worth area. In fact, this is how our business was started in 1981 under the name “C & D Power Washing.” We wash some of the largest and most prestigious commercial properties in the Metroplex. Over the last three decades, we have washed most of the garages in Downtown Dallas, and countless other properties.
Time is usually of the essence when power washing a large property. Schedules are driven by upcoming ownership visits, large events, tenant and visitor parking demand for parking spaces, and prepping a property for sale.
Our experience has allowed us to become extremely efficient at parking lot cleaning. We are accurate with our time estimates and proficient at working around our customers needs and schedules. We can handle large projects and tight deadlines.
What Sets C & D Apart:
High Quality Equipment
A commercial property requires commercial grade equipment. C & D spares no expense on equipment and uses a fleet of commercial-grade power washing machines with high pressure, hot water (210 degrees) capability with high gallons per minute flow capacity. Our machines much larger than what you can buy at the local home improvement store – they must be either put on a flatbed truck or pulled with a large trailer and attached to 500 gallon water tanks. We have the ability to bring in our own water but we prefer to use water on premises because the cleaning goes much faster when we don’t have to stop washing to fill the tanks up. We have the ability to hook into a fire hydrant when necessary.
Our field crews are and experienced, giving us the ability to man large projects. Most of our crew members have been with us over 8 years and some have been with us over 25 years. Having a seasoned crew means we will get the job done more quickly and with fewer mistakes. We know all the things to look for, such as making sure water does not go down elevator shafts or short out the electronic gates, being careful around fire sprinkler heads, checking lower levels before the shift ends to ensure water has not collected on a lower floor, being careful around store front areas and more. An experienced crew also allows us to provide you with a more accurate schedule for the project. This is especially useful when washing busier retail and residential garages where certain floors need to be closed to parking each night. Check out this video to see how we power wash can restore an old building with power washing.
C & D will thoroughly power wash your property. We will keep water from getting into the building or going down elevator shafts. We will wash stairwells, rinse down walls and even wash the overhead pipes in your garage upon request. Puddled water is picked up either mechanically or manually.
Large properties need subcontractors with a lot of insurance. C & D carries large GL, worker’s comp and umbrella policies and we have always been able to meet our customer’s insurance needs and can meet your insurance requirements when other companies cannot.
C & D can provide environmentally-friendly power washing when requested by our customers at the time of the the bid. We have the ability to reclaim water on properties with inadequate drainage or for properties that must meet LEED requirements. We can also use environmentally-friendly soap to insure LEED requirements are met.
Our Power Washing Services
Through the years, we have washed many different types of properties. Our current portfolio includes many monthly repetitive properties as well as one-time or yearly projects including the following:
- Parking Garages (above and below ground)
- Parking Lots
- Bank Lanes
- Shopping Centers
- Loading Docks
- Dumpster Areas
- Elevator Landings
- Building walls
- Overhead Pipes
- Tire Dust
- Tire Marks
- Paint Spills
- Lighten Oil Stains
- Mineral deposits
- Hydraulic Oil
- Bird Droppings
- Parking Lot Paint