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Think of all the traffic sidewalks get! Shoes, wheels, and pets tracking dirt and pollutants onto the surface lead to a lot of buildup, which can not only mean unsightly stains and grime but even health hazards like a slippery surface. As tough as a sidewalk is designed to be, it still needs maintenance to prevent damage and permanent stains. McFly Pressure Washing will thoroughly clean your sidewalk, so it looks brand new.


  • Concrete Sidewalks

    Concrete is the most common material used for sidewalks. It’s low cost, low maintenance, and durable. Nonetheless, it must be maintained in order to keep its color and total durability. McFly Pressure Washing will ensure your sidewalk is at its best by removing stains, grime, moss, mold, mildew, and any other residue that threatens to depreciate it. The degreaser is used first to lift the stains, followed by the detergent being applied with low pressure, then rinsed with high pressure. We’ll also seal it for you to prevent future stains!

  • Asphalt Sidewalks

    Asphalt’s vibrancy makes it an excellent choice for sidewalks. The deep black can hide stains and give a clean appearance. When it’s time to pressure wash, asphalt greatly benefits from an inspection before pressure washing. Damaged areas, like cracks, pockmarks, and gouges, should be avoided when washing to prevent further damage. Assessment is followed by applying a degreaser, then coating with detergent using a low setting. To rinse, the lowest setting that can still clean away dirt and grime is used. Higher pressure can cause damage to the asphalt.

  • Brick Sidewalks

    While a bit of moss may give a brick sidewalk some character, it’s potentially damaging. As strong as this material is, it is still susceptible to wear and tear caused by stains, molding, mildew, moss, and grime. Debris can weaken the surface and, in some cases, even release toxins into the air. And like with asphalt, brick benefits from initial inspection followed by hand washing of damaged areas. Brick sidewalks also require lower pressure so as not to damage the surface.

Why McFly for your Sidewalk Cleaning?

When it comes to pressure washing, you must choose a company you can trust. Pressure washing when done by an amateur can be damaging to not only your exterior surfaces but to anything in the surrounding area! When you need this beneficial service, you need highly-trained professionals with experience and the very best equipment for the job.




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Shaun Stewart
Shaun Stewart
17:13 31 Jan 24
Hayden did a knock up job on our historic house! Could not have been happier with the results and his customer service. He was super careful with our roses and other plants when he was working. Will definitely be using McFly again, without a doubt!!
Hayden Cox
Hayden Cox
19:13 22 Jan 24
McFly cleaned the sidewalks and vynil siding of my house. They were on time, professional and had great pricing. They did an amazing job and went above and beyond. I will definitely be using them again.
Bailey Clements
Bailey Clements
19:14 29 Nov 23
Professional work appreciated they could do the job the next day instead of having to wait! Highly recommend them my house looks great! Will definitely be a repeat customer.
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Frequently Asked Sidewalk Cleaning Questions

Though it is dependent on the specific surface, the average psi is between 1000-4000. One way to tell if the pressure is too high is if you can’t place your hand in the stream, but with certain surfaces, this rule does not apply; concrete and brick, while being such hard surfaces, need a lower psi and the cleaning solution is the dominant factor in the cleaning process.

The cost can vary depending on the sidewalk’s size, type, and conditions. The price can also be affected by the inclusion of other services.

Pressure washing is very beneficial to your sidewalk! The issues come from improper execution and application. What’s bad for your sidewalk is the misuse of pressure washing, which can damage your property.

The moment you see stains appearing, you should call a pressure washing service. A yearly cleaning for a sidewalk is the bare minimum, but seasonal cleaning is recommended.

It is possible to schedule a specific time and we will do our best to accommodate it, but it depends on the schedule. We will confirm our arrival window the day of so you know when to expect us.

Yes, we keep a history of services for every customer. If you schedule regular cleanings and want to change the list of services provided, contact us, and we will make the necessary changes as well as provide a new estimate. Bear in mind that even if the list of services does not change, it is possible for the price to change.

It is possible to add additional services during cleaning, but it depends on multiple factors. Our professionals can answer questions and provide an estimate, and if our schedule can accommodate it, we can perform the additional services on the same day. If not, available dates for scheduling will be provided.

Depending on the rain, certain services may be possible to perform. Our professionals will determine to need for rescheduling and notify you if it’s necessary. McFly puts the safety of its technicians and your property first.

When you know we’re coming, please make sure we have access to wherever you want us to clean. Remove obstructions and unlock gates or doors. Move anything you worry might be damaged just to be safe. If we have any issues, we will let you know.

McFly Pressure Washing is insured for everyone’s safety and the safety of your home.

McFly accepts cash, checks, and most major credit cards.

Credit card information on file is collected and stored in order to reserve your appointment. Payment is due upon completion.