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There are few places in the South as beautiful as the Tri-Cities of Tennessee. Johnson City, Elizabethton, Kingsport, and Bristol are all in the shadow of some of the tallest mountains on the East Coast. We experience all four seasons here in East Tennessee, with snow and winter weather, April and spring showers, warm and humid summers, and a beautiful display of changing leaves in fall. While we would not trade our weather for anyone else's, the frequent precipitation, falling leaves, and humidity can take their toll on our homes. Pressure washing is the solution for taking care of your outdoor surfaces. Here are seven things you need to know before you begin pressure washing.



Spring is quickly approaching here in the Tri-Cities; however, you would hardly know it. Looking outside your window, winter seems like it is firmly locked in place. We have had frequent rounds of snow and ice that may make you forget East Tennessee is technically in the South. We promise, there is an end in sight. Soon enough, temperatures will warm, flowers will grow, trees will bloom, and the hills will spring to life again. 



Our economy is strong as ever here in the Tri-Cities. It seems like every downtown is always under construction as we welcome new businesses and residents by the thousands each year. We are fortunate to have excellent businesses throughout the region committed to quality customer service and care. From fortune 500 companies to mom-and-pop shops, we have a strong and industrious backbone here in the foothills and mountains of East Tennessee.

The fall brings millions of tourists to Johnson City, Kingsport, Bristol, and the charming small towns in between. As the leaves change and fall, our area begins preparing for winter. If you have been through a few winters here, you know how important it is to make sure your commercial property is ready for a long cold season. That includes making sure your property is thoroughly pressure washed. Here are five tips for making sure your business is clean and ready for winter. 



Our economy is strong as ever here in the Tri-Cities. It seems like every downtown is always under construction as we welcome new businesses and residents by the thousands each year. We are fortunate to have excellent businesses throughout the region committed to quality customer service and care. From fortune 500 companies to mom-and-pop shops, we have a strong and industrious backbone here in the foothills and mountains of East Tennessee.