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Schedule power washing services in Holland, Oregon or Sylvania, OH

A splash of color can make any home look inviting-unless that color is due to mildew. If your white siding looks gray or your roof looks green, it might be time to schedule power washing services. Hydro-Kleen of NW Ohio is a trusted pressure washing company in the Holland, Oregon and Sylvania, OH area.

We can remove mildew from your home using a power washing technique called soft washing, which involves low-pressure streams of water and a gentle mildewcide treatment. This method can clean your siding and roof without causing water damage or harming your trees or plants.

We can power wash your entire house or just one side. It's up to you. Contact us today for a free estimate on pressure washing services, including roof washing.

How to boost your home's curb appeal

How to boost your home's curb appeal

You don't have to rip off your siding or shingles to make your home look like new. Instead, consider power washing your:


  • Soffits: Since the underside of your roof eaves rarely get sunlight, they can develop mold or mildew easily. Call 419-865-5220 today to schedule roof washing services.
  • Windows: If your windows no longer sparkle in the sunlight, contact us to get rid of the grime.
  • Garage doors: Are your once-white garage doors turning green? We can remove the mildew effectively.
  • Sidewalk and driveway: A thorough cleaning can make your concrete surfaces look brand new.
  • Gutters: Clogged gutters can lead to water damage and mold growth, so it's important to flush out leaves, twigs and other debris regularly.


Our soft washing technique works on all types of materials, including aluminum, vinyl, brick, and stucco. We also pressure wash wooden decks and concrete patios. Visit our Decks and Patios page to learn more about these services.

Call Hydro-Kleen of NW Ohio today at 419-865-5220 to schedule exterior pressure washing services at your home in the Holland, Oregon and Sylvania, OH area.