Recreational centers, schools, privately owned, or other venues that include outdoor tennis and basketball courts are often left filthy with layers of pollution, tracked on residues and debris from shoes and constant foot traffic, dirt, dust, allergens, and other contaminants. Unfortunately, it is inevitable that maintenance is required for your tennis and basketball courts to ensure minimal accumulation of moisture, pollutants and other elements. Today, we at Big Moose Pressure Cleaning would like to further elaborate on pressure cleaning your outdoor basketball and tennis courts.
Surface Cleaning of Tennis & Basketball Courts
Including in your own maintenance, a surface cleaning very four weeks is recommended. A blower and push broom will do the trick in most cases. Organic items like leaves, pine needles, and any other debris, along with the dirt and other particulates are easily eliminated with this upkeep to help prevent premature wear on the surface coatings of your courts from the friction caused from foot traffic on the natural abrasives left on the surface.
Mold & Mildew Powerwash Treatment of Tennis Courts
In the event you find mold more mildew growth, the professionals can easily remedy the situation with pressure cleaning services. However, if you find small areas you want treated in between pressure cleaning maintenance, a simple solution of 1-gallon water with 1 cup of bleach and a soft brush to scrub the area clean can do the trick. Be sure to rinse the area with pure water and if necessary, accelerate the drying process to avoid future microbe growth.
DIY VS Professional Power Washing
In the event you choose a DIY pressure cleaning, it is crucial you do so with a low PSI setting to prevent potential damage to the color coatings and surface. Be sure to not hold the nozzle too close to the surface and use a cleaning agent specifically designed for the surface. It is always recommended and encourage to schedule routine pressure cleaning maintenance for your outdoor basketball and tennis courts. Not only is the residues and debris earlier discussed lining the surface, but there can potentially be chewed, discarded gum left behind by careless individuals, along with spilled drinks and other such residues and buildup. Routine pressure cleaning can easily remove the unsightly debris along with any potential stains to restore the vibrancy and vividness. How often you schedule professional pressure cleaning depends on several factors, where the average is every 6-12 months, there are different circumstances that may require a pressure cleaning more or less often. When it looks dull, dingy, and stained, you will likely benefit from a professional cleaning, but your professional can help you work out a game-plan if you are wanting to keep it well-maintained.
Power Washing Services & More in McDonough, Barnesville, Fayetteville, Covington, Locust Grove, Griffin, Stockbridge & Social Circle Georgia
Big Moose Pressure Cleaning is the leading expert in the Greater Jackson, Georgia area. When you need your tennis and basketball courts cleaned, our technicians have the training and experience to get the job done thoroughly and efficiently. With the use of high-end equipment and top-of-the-line cleaning products, you can count on the surface being cleaned, sanitized, and deodorized for a like-new clean and freshness. Call Big Moose Pressure Cleaning today to get started!