Yes! Your brick, vinyl, painted, or stucco exterior can look like new again!

Our safe and effective cleaning uses eco friendly detergents to wash away dirt, mold, and mildew to reveal sparkling clean surfaces.

Our Low Pressure House Washing WILL

Save you money by cutting down on the costs of recoating or replacing the materials that can be damaged by dirt, mold, and mildew.

Greatly improve your homes curb appeal and increase its value!

Monday, September 5, 2011

Graffiti Removal Service in Little Rock Arkansas

Don’t Let Your Property Become A Target:

Graffiti Tags have become a major problem for property owners in Little Rock Arkansas. Research has shown that the best way to combat graffiti is removal within 24-48 hours. By removing the graffiti quickly a message is sent to the guilty party that it will not be tolerated on your property. Eventually they will realize that their artwork or gang markings won’t be seen on your building and they’ll move on to another target.

There are different types of graffiti, some is only an expression of an artist, and others are dangerous gang related markings. Either way graffiti isn’t good for the curb appeal,value of your property and the safety of your tenants.

Arkansas Pro Wash can help...

Graffiti removal cleaning packages start at $300*

Due to the association with gangs this can be a dangerous job. This is the only instance where our crews aren’t in uniform and our vehicles aren’t marked. Keep your property safe.

Call or Text 501-580-0223 and take care of this problem today.

*Recieve $400 of FREE graffiti removal for any property that is on a regular maintenance contract.

Dumpster Pad Cleaning Little Rock Arkansas

Clean Places Rent Spaces!

Don't let a dirty dumpster hold your property back! Choose Arkansas Pro Wash for your Little Rock Arkansas pressure washing service needs.

Retail, Condo/Apartment Community






Add $50 for Grease Can

Arkansas Pro Wash has the pressure washing maintenance program to keep your property looking great!

Call or Text 501-580-0223

Sidewalk Cleaning Little Rock Arkansas

A sidewalk pressure washing video in Little Rock Arkansas by Arkansas Pro Wash!
Call or Text 501-580-0223 for your Free proposal today!

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Parking Lot Cleaning

Arkansas Pro Wash recently pressure washed this parking lot in Pine Bluff Arkansas. This hotel owner understands the value of a great first impression! We also cleaned all of the dryvit hotel canopys and entrances using our low pressure system. No pressure washing project is too large for Arkansas Pro Wash.

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Arkansas Pressure Washing No Strings Attached Guarantee

Are you tired of dealing with unreliable contractors for your pressure washing projects?

Don't worry, those days are over. Arkansas Pro Wash is a professional exterior cleaning company. We are so sure that you will be absolutely blown by your entire experience with us that we offer our No Strings Attached Guarantee... It's simple. If you aren't happy with the service you receive you won't pay.

So why don't you give us a call or text right now at 501-580-0223 and we'll get your pressure washing project taken care of asap!

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Things to Look for when Choosing a Pressure Washing Company in Little Rock AR

This is an interesting article that I didn't write, but that I wanted to share with our customers here Arkansas.
Enjoy and if you have any questions let me know.

Chris Apple
Arkansas Pro Wash

Things to Look for when Choosing a Pressure Washing Company

By David Lee

If you are looking for a quick and thorough way to clean your house's exterior, consider pressure washing. Pressure washing is best left in the hands of a professional. However, a pressure washing job done incorrectly or by an unqalified pressure washing contractor can cause damage to your home or property. The damage can be costly.

Outlined below are ideas to guide you in your search for a quality pressure washing contractor. Additional advice is provided as well on how to deal with the contractor of your choice when the cleaning work is in progress, and when it is completed.

1. Equip yourself with a clear understanding of the risks involved in pressure washing and how to minimize these risks. Taking the time to educate yourself thus will enable you to distinguish between the mediocre outworker from the quality contractor.

2. Arrange to meet the contractor in such a way that they evaluate the site to be worked on together with you. Establishing clear communications at this point will help limit the possibility of errors in the estimating process.

3. Consult with several contractors, asking each specific questions about the service to be provided, including procedures, expected results, and the risk of damage. Expect the more professional ones to entertain your inquiries, listen to your concerns, and have questions of their own. They will usually demonstrate some initiative in sizing up the site for you, and make a reasonable disclosure of what they can offer and what they cannot, giving you an almost complete picture of what the job will look like.

4. Request a Methods Listing. This list will summarize and outline the steps that the contractor will take during the project. It maybe part of an estimate or on an entirely different piece of paper. The methods listing is an excellent tool for comparing and contrasting potential pressure washing services with one another.

5. Inquire about the service's equipment. Do they own the machines or just lease them from another company? Ownership is an indicator of a long-term commitment to the pressure washing industry, while renting is evidence that they are only an occasional or temporary provider.

Professional pressure washers will have equipment that meet these specifications: 11 to 15 horsepower (hp); 3000 to 4000 pounds per square inch (psi) pressure and 3 to 6 gallons per minute (gpm) water flow. A pressure washer that has a rating of 2000 PSI and 2 GPM or below is residential-grade equipment.

6. Ask for a Demo. You will find a few pressure washing contractors actually agreeing to give you a demo because doing one can be both time consuming and difficult to stage. Many contractors will deny demonstration requests and insist that the client be available at the initial stage of the project. This practice is not uncommon. Contractors will instead request that you be around when the job starts. If for any reason you are unhappy with how the work is going, do not hesitate to let the contractor know about your concerns.

7. Get Estimates in Writing. An estimate on paper is extremely important for pressure washing contractor jobs. These estimates help to protect both you and the contractor. Make sure that the written estimate details specifications of the service, final project expectations and total expenses in work, labor and materials.

8. When getting referrals, make sure that they lead you to the type of work you want done. If it's your deck you want tidied up, then you shouldn't be receiving a recommendation for a vinyl siding cleaning. Put the referrals you obtain to good use. Get feedback about the prospective contractor's professionalism and workmanship. Ask the person providing you with the referral whether the cleaning process and its outcome were to his satisfaction.

9. Guarantee and Financing Policies. Read over the financing or billing policies and customer guarantee or satisfaction papers. Make sure that you understand policies in regards to payment schedules and deposits. What type of satisfaction and guarantee does the contractor offer on the finished project?

10. Coverage. Make certain that the contractor has liability coverage. Professional pressure washing contractors will have coverage for their customers and themselves. Liability insurance should cover potential on-site mishaps, injury or property damage.

11. Evaluate Cost. The fees for the pressure washing job will be a determining factor in deciding which pressure washing contractor to hire. However, make sure to evaluate the quality of work that you will be receiving for the project. A lower bid does not necessarily guarantee high quality work.

12. On-Site Inspection. During the pressure washing project, be present on-site to inspect the work and keep an eye on the work being done. You should be available to talk with the contractor should any problems arise.

To sum up: Educate yourself about pressure washing and how it is done. Ask questions and get references for each pressure washing contractor. Do a thorough cost comparison of the project, materials and labor and use commonsense. Eliminate potentially poor quality pressure washing contractors. A qualified professional will be more than happy to help you through the entire selection process and provide you with the necessary information you need to make an informed decision.

Pressure washing company Little Rock Arkansas

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Concrete Cleaning Little Rock AR

Wow, did you know that your concrete surfaces could look this good this easily?
Arkansas Pro Wash uses the state of the art cleaning equipment to pressure wash the concrete or brick paver surfaces around your property.

Sunday, January 23, 2011

House Washing in Little Rock Arkansas


What is green, slimy and doesn't look it's best?
If the answer is your home we may need to talk!
For your free exterior cleaning estimate call 501.580.0223.