Pressure Wash Services in Fairfield, CA

January 31, 2012 by  
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by Carlos Gonzales, New Look Power Wash –

lawler-ranch-job-019New Look Power Wash has been providing pressure wash services for 11 years to home and business owners in the Fairfield Suisun City area and neighboring cities. As a small based business in California, our success depends on your satisfaction from our services. We take great pride knowing that our work will be done right the first time and that our motivation is to make sure all of our customers are happy with our work. If your residence is in need of a bath ~ we are the company to clean it. If your concrete is dirty ~ we will get it clean. Have graffiti on your building? You need to call us. Is your back patio or driveway in need of a facelift? If so, we are the company to call.

Read what some of our customers say about our service

“If you’re needing to spruce up or clean off your concrete, bricks, exterior walls, etc., then Carlos is the person to call. He’s professional, knowledgeable and diligent. Carlos took care of the moss growth on my brick pavers. What a difference, the bricks look new again. Would gladly call him again and highly recommend his services. Oh, and his price was very reasonable.” – Benita

“MY COURTYARD LOOKS LIKE NEW!! The quality of work was outstanding. Carlos pressure washed my house and courtyard. After washing the concrete and brick in my courtyard he sealed it. It came out beautiful; it’s alive again. He first came out and gave me an estimate, I called several references, and then we set up a date to get it done. He gave me a time frame and it was done within that time. Carlos is an expert in his field and I would recommend him to anyone; I will certainly have him back again.. To sum it up, he’s extremely knowledgeable, takes pride in his work, has outstanding customer service skills, and the price is right!!!” – Jackie, San Ramon, CA

“Great customer service, great quality of work, expedited service and great/fair pricing! I would definitely recommend New Look Power Wash service to anyone! I am a military member and appreciate that Mr. Carlos Gonzales is a Veteran, as well. Ariana & Brenna Dahl, Vacaville CA” – Ariana

Start the New Year right by hiring San Francisco Bay Area based New Look Power Wash, a highly regarded pressure wash company for all your exterior cleaning needs. We are not a handyman service where our talents are spread thin. We pressure wash ~ that is what New Look Power Wash does and we do it very well. If we can’t get it clean it will not come clean. As a customer of New Look Power Wash you can expect:

Quality Service

• State of the Art Equipment

• Environmentally Safe & Certified; Green Soaps

• Onsite Consultation • Fully Insured – 5 Million General Liability Coverage

• Waste Water Reclamation

• Vendor status with the City of Fairfield and Solano County

But most of all you can be assured we will provide you with a pleasant experience and quality service at a fair price. Don’t believe us? Look at our Before and After pictures of our work that range from concrete cleaning, house and building wash from all over the San Francisco Bay Area. We are  only minutes to your place of business or residence for a FREE onsite assessment of your pressure wash needs. Contact us today at 707.812.3702 to schedule that much needed house wash or driveway cleaning that you put off in 2011.

Pressure Wash service areas include San Francisco, Oakland, Pleasanton, Emeryville, Richmond, San Pablo, Hercules, Vallejo, Petaluma, El Cerrito, Folsom, Lafayette, Cathedral City, Clayton, East Palo Alto, Palo Alto, Fairfield, Vacaville, Dixon, Winters, Davis, Sacramento, West Sacramento, Suisun City, Stockton, Pittsburgh, Pleasant Hill, St. Helena, Walnut Creek, Oakley, Benicia, Danville, San Ramon, American Canyon, Orinda, Berkeley, Napa, San Rafael, Petaluma, South San Francisco, Rancho Cordova, San Pablo, El Sobrante, Martinez, Pleasant Hill, Concord, Lodi, Stanford, Monterey, Bodega Bay, Carmel, Redding, Livermore, Fremont, Fresno, Santa Ana, Anaheim, Riverside, Modesto, Santa Clara, Santa Rosa, Hayward, Elk Grove, Sunnyvale, Visalia, Roseville, Daly City, Antioch, San Mateo, Clovis, Santa Monica, Santa Barbara, Alhambra, Chico, Citrus Heights, Livermore, Alameda, San Leandro, Calistoga, Campbell, Tracy, Merced, Atherton, Auburn, Belmont, Belvedere, Brentwood, Brisbane, Burlingame, Albany, Point Richmond, Rio Vista, San Jose, Bakersfield, Los Angeles, Mill Valley, Burbank, Palo Alto, Morgan Hill, Mountain View, Hayward, Rancho Cordova

Napa Vineyards Mandate Pressure Wash

March 14, 2011 by  
Filed under California Pressure Washing Blog

Non-native pests are invading the valley, according to local grapegrowers who gathered to discuss their shared challenges this week.

Because land is dominated by vineyards, it makes it easier for pests to spread quickly from American Canyon to the Upvalley, growers said. And the two newest pests, the light-brown apple moth and European grapevine moth, seem to feel right at home in Napa County.

Growers, however, are not going to pull out vines and plant vegetables — a sure-fire way to chase out a grape-eating pest — because “the best use of the land is vineyards,” said Hal Huffsmith, Trinchero Family Estate’s vice president of vineyard operations.

Huffsmith was among the 125 people participants at a sustainability workshop put on by the Napa Valley Grapegrowers at Yountville Community Center Wednesday.

Huffsmith said both moths, which have been trapped as far north as St. Helena, are moving toward Calistoga. “So what can we do?” Huffsmith asked.

He said the industry needs to continue working with researchers, tap farmer wisdom — using trial and error with plantings, inspections, releasing natural enemies of the pests and more to see what works — and for growers to collaborate with their neighbors.

Huffsmith said one potential answer being discussed is a rootstock genetically modified to resist the pests. “But would you use (it)? That is a consumer-driven issue. But it is a possible solution.”

While growers fear the European grapevine moth could have devastating impacts on the winegrape industry, growers have learned to live with other pests who move more slowly or have less harmful effects on the fruit or life of the vines. Growers fear that the European moth will prove a more formidable foe.

“If we get one shot at defeating this (European grapevine moth), it is this spring,” Napa County Agricultural Commissioner Dave Whitmer said.

“This is the real deal. We need to take it seriously,” Whitmer said. “There is no single solution.”

“Right now,” he added, “We don’t know where it is and where it isn’t.”

The quarantine boundaries will expand if more moths are found. The strategy is to control the first and second generations of the European grapevine moth in a known quarantine area.

Whitmer said it appears the pest can be dealt with if its mating is disrupted. Whitmer said the federal and state Environmental Protection Agencies both approved the use of a mating disrupter. It should be available to growers by mid-April.

Growers will also be required to implement sanitation practices that will require pressure-washing everything from grape bins and vine trimmers to all machinery used in a quarantined vineyard . . .


Pressure Wash Vendor for City of Fairfield, CA

April 22, 2010 by  
Filed under Pressure Washing In the News

Fairfield, CA Pressure Wash Vendor

Fairfield, CA Pressure Wash Vendor

New Look Power Wash recently was added as pressure wash vendor for the City of Fairfield, CA.  New Look Power Wash offers pressure wash services to the residential, commercial, industrial, graffiti removal, natural disaster clean up and concrete pressure wash and sealing markets.  The city of Fairfield is located in Solano County. New Look Power Wash is registered vendor for Solano County and the state of California.

New Look Power Wash is located in Fairfield Ca, centrally located between San Franciso and Sacramento bordering between Solano, Napa and Contra Costa County.

Pressure Wash and Your Competition

April 16, 2010 by  
Filed under California Pressure Washing Blog



As you continue to pursue market dominance both in the commercial pressure wash and residential pressure wash markets there are many instances when you approach a potential client  with the hopes of “getting your foot in the door” only to be told that they already have a pressure washing company that performs their pressure wash services.  Has this happened to you?  This is very common in the pressure wash industry where we as contractors walk away from a potential customers with nothing but disappointment and discouragement.  Though it may seem that you are constantly running into a brick wall with your efforts you may be surprised that you can leave a lasting impression with the customer that currently has a pressure wash company on the ‘books’.

In this article I poise some questions that we as pressure washing contractors should be asking ourselves when we come across an opportunity to leave a professional and lasting impression with potential customers that we yearn to win their business.


You already have Pressure Wash Services?

Here are Question to Ponder

Do you try to find out when the contract expires? If you get that information…WRITE IT DOWN and put it in a monthly tickler file. Also, make sure you get the clients contact information.

Do you from time to time swing by or pass through and view the current pressure washers performance? If so, write down areas where you think your service can out perform the existing pressure wash company. One thing to remember is to remain professional and never bash.

Do you leave your contact information with the client? If so, tell them that if they ever need you to “fill in” for the contractor that they should call you. What happens if the current contractor misses a service or may have to leave on a family emergency. What if his rigs break down or two crew people call in sick? The client is not worried about the problems that a pressure washing company brings with them, the client is just looking to have the service performed.  Period.

What happens if the Vice President or the President of the building or company decides to pay a site visit and only gives the Manager a 2 day notice? And the manager can’t track down the current contractor or the current contractor says he can’t do the wash because he is busy doing other things.

The positive impression that you left with that manager and your contact information could be your ticket to get your foot in the door.

When talking to commercial clients, don’t just walk away when they say they already have someone. Give them the reasons above and more to take your card.

If and when they do call you for help, this could be the beginning to the end of the other contractor. Be aggressive but be professional. If you are good at what you do i.a. pressure wash then walk around with a confidence about yourself during your time infront of potential customers.

If you know your business and know their business a potential pressure wash client will pick up on your confidence!

How Do Keep Your Foot in the Door?

Mail the client a follow-up letter.  The below letter is one that I have used for a long time to keep the attention of future pressure wash clients for my company.  It is short but to the point.  I have shared this letter over the years to pressure washing contractors and based on their feedback it is an effective way to get your foot in the door and keep it there without bashing your competition.

Please feel free to use it to your advantage.

Matthew XXXX
ABC Company
P. O. Box XXX
xxxx, CA 12345


It was great speaking with you regarding the pressure wash services that New Look Power Wash can offer ABC COMPANY. It is our hope that ABC COMPANY and New Look Power Wash can gel a relationship together in the near future.

I would like to offer our pressure wash services in an “as needed basis” for ABC. I understand that your current pressure wash service continues to do an adequate job. The fit that I see with our company is that we would be utilized as a back-up vendor for your pressure washing needs. If your current pressure wash vendor takes a vacation, calls in ill or if their services deteriorate ~ New Look Power Wash is readily available to step-in and fulfill the contract specifications.

Our intention is to ultimately win your business and under no circumstances will my company under mine your current pressure wash service. Our purpose is to offer you an alternative if one of the above scenarios occurs with your current service.

Our reputation and service speaks for itself. Having clients such as Chevy’s Fresh Mex Restaurants, Aldredge Enterprises, the Fairfield-Suisun Chamber of Commerce and a variety of Homeowners Associations throughout Solano county ~ New Look Power Wash has established itself as one of the premiere pressure wash companies in Solano county!

I will call you in early January to answer any questions that ABC COMPANY may have and also to see whether or not we can finalize this understanding that we spoke about on the phone. I would be more than willing to meet with you and/or another representative from ABC COMPANY.

The main goal when you approach a client that already has a pressure wash service in place is to offer and afford the client options to hire you.  Even it is a one time clean-up approach every client with the attitude that it could turn into a long term relationship.

Best of luck!

Pressure Wash service areas include San Francisco, Oakland, Emeryville, Richmond, San Pablo, Hercules, Vallejo, Fairfield, Vacaville, Dixon, Winters, Davis, Sacramento, West Sacramento, Suisun City, Stockton, Pittsburgh, Walnut Creek, Benicia, Danville, San Ramon, American Canyon, Orinda, Berkeley, Albany, Point Richmond, Rio Vista, San Jose, Bakersfield, Los Angeles, Burbank, Palo Alto, Mountain View, Hayward, Rancho Cordova, Los Banos, San Diego, Long Beach, Orange County, Contra Costa County, Solano County, Alameda County and Napa County.

Pressure Wash Vendor with Solano County – Fairfield and Suisun City

February 22, 2010 by  
Filed under Pressure Washing In the News

New Look Power Wash was recently added as a vendor with Solano County’s Central Services Division. As a registered vendor for the county, New Look Power Wash has shown Solano County that we have obtained the necessary qualifications to bid on pressure washing or power washing contracts that are RFP’d from the county of Solano, which includes Fairfield, Suisun City, Vallejo, Benecia, Cordelia, Vacaville, Dixon and Davis!