The first hints of Autumn have arrived in western North Carolina. A powerful cold front brought the first snowflakes of the season to Mount Mitchell, ushering in the coldest air we have felt in Asheville since spring.
There are the slightest splashes of color on the ridges and even down in the valleys. We can expect the leaves to only become more vibrant as September fades into October.
As summer gives up its last grabs, the weather becomes perfect for people to enjoy the great outdoors. The nights are cool enough for bonfires and smores, while the days are warm enough for hiking, kayaking, and fly fishing. It is the driest season of the year, so your outdoor plans are less likely to be spoiled by rain.
Fall is the season for spending as much time on your back deck as possible. Here in the Asheville area, you can use your deck almost all year round.
Outdoor spaces are important here in western North Carolina. We are not people who like to be stuck inside. If you have a deck, you want to make sure it is around for the long haul.
Buncombe, Henderson, and Haywood counties are renowned for being among the most beautiful places to live east of the Mississippi River. Asheville is the highest city of its size on the East Coast, while Hendersonville and Waynesville are two of the largest high-elevation towns in North Carolina.
Surrounded on every side by mile-high mountains, these places have become some of the most desirable for people whose careers now provide the flexibility to relocate. Although, you do not have to find remote work to be able to live in the area. The economies of each county are supported by strong businesses in every industry.
If you have relocated your family or business to western North Carolina, you want to make sure your property reflects the beauty of the surrounding nature. That means keeping up with your home or commercial property’s exterior cleaning.
The job of homeownership never stops.
Even though your house is a place to rest, recuperate, and spend time with the people who matter most in your life, owning a home is a never-ending supply of to-do list items.
Among the many tasks you have to perform to keep up your property, exterior cleaning is vital to preserving its appearance and ensuring the longest possible lifespan for your surfaces.
You can rent a pressure washing system and do your own exterior cleaning; however, there are countless potential problems with trying to perform these tasks on your own.
Professional pressure washing can save you a lot of time and energy, but you only want to trust it to experts. Here are 8 questions to ask a potential professional pressure washing company.
Keeping the exterior of your home clean is of the utmost importance for residents of Asheville and western North Carolina. We live in one of the most beautiful regions in the country. The city is surrounded by mile-high mountains on every side, creating stunning views throughout the area. Millions of people visit our area every year to take in those views and enjoy the many unique small businesses, art galleries, and entertainment venues.
Whether it is your home or business, when exterior surfaces become grimy and dirty, they stick out like a sore thumb. At the same time, when it comes to cleaning your home's exterior, you want to make sure you do it in a way that avoids harming the environment.
Using a pressure washer is a great way to get rid of dirt and grime off of your home and restore it to its natural beauty. Pressure washers are a powerful tool used to blast caked-up dirt, mold, and algae on outdoor surfaces, including roof, deck, and patio. It’s not limited to stripping the paint from wood for a new paint job either. It’s also a practical way to remove years of dirt, mildew, and algae from your siding for a fresh appearance.
The problem is, the plants that surround the foundation of your home are directly underneath the pressure washing application site. Chemicals used in pressure washing are manufactured to be safe for both animals and your home; however, many of them can do permanent damage to your plants, ultimately killing them.
Here's more information on how to keep your beautiful garden safe and happy, while also having a clean exterior.