Davis, CA Pressure Washing Services

January 6, 2014 by  
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Pressure House Washingby Carlos Gonzales, New Look Power Wash

New Look Power Wash offers a variety of pressure washing services to both business and home owners in Davis, CA.  With over 13 years in business we are the “Go To” company for all your cleaning needs.  Fully insured with vendor status with many San Francisco Bay Area City and County municipalities.  Over the years we have worked with many business owners in and around the U.C. Davis campus providing pressure washing services such as sidewalk cleaning and building washes.  

Our services include but are not limited to the following:

  • Gas Station Pressure Washing
  • Sidewalk Cleaning
  • Building Pressure Washing
  • Driveway Pressure Washing
  • House Pressure Wash
  • Outdoor Living Space Pressure Wash
  • Drive Thru Pressure Wash
  • Dumpster Pad Degreasing
  • Oil and Grease Removal on Concrete
  • Gutter Cleaning
  • Agriculture Equipment Cleaning
  • and much much more!

We use Environmentally friendly soaps and also adhere to the specifications of the Clean Water Act and ensure that proper disposal of waste water, if applicable.  Need to have your house washed?  We can do it.  Are your sidewalks dirty?  We are the pressure wash company to get them clean.  No job is too small or big for New Look Power Wash. Proven results with over a decade of experience.  Contact us today at 707-812-3702 or email us at newlookpowerwashcalifornia@gmail.com

Patio Cleaning with Pressure Wash Services in Suisun City

March 5, 2013 by  
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hot-water-stain-removalResidents and business owners get their fair share of algae buildup in Suisun City due to the high moisture content from the Delta.  Sidewalks, driveways and buildings are an eye sore with this appearance. Hiring a pressure wash company to remedy and to clean your concrete is important. New Look Power Wash, Fairfield – CA was called out to clean several patios and houses in the Suisun City area recently.  From stucco homes in the Lawler Ranch subdivision to some of the older homes located down Pintail Drive, we were able to safely and effectively remove and clean both concrete surface and the sides of homes.  With the proper use of our equipments and environmentally friendly soaps, we use a “soft wash” approach to safely clean all your surfaces without running the risk of damaging your property.  

As a vendor for Solano County, we take pride in our work.  Our customer service is second to none and our work is guaranteed.  With over 13 years experience in the pressure wash industry, New Look Power Wash has become a name stay for top notch work in cities like Fairfield, Napa and Vacaville, too name a few.  

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Blog for Vacaville Pressure Wash

October 26, 2012 by  
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new-look-dhby Carlos Gonzales, New Look Power Wash – newlookpowerwash@aol.com

Solano County’s best kept secret for pressure wash services continues to provide superior service to residential and business owners in Vacaville.  New Look Power Wash, Fairfield, CA offers an array of exterior cleaning services that fits your budget.  With over 11 years of experience, New Look is a dedicated small business with a commitment that surpasses their customer’s expectations.  From the simplest driveway cleaning to handling multiple locations on a monthly basis, you owe it to yourself to give them a call to learn more about their services.  In short, the services provided range from:

  • Concrete Cleaning
  • House Washing
  • Building Washing
  • Patio Cleaning
  • Grease and Oil removal on concrete
  • Commercial account programs
  • Sidewalk & Driveway Cleaning
  • . . . and much much More!

As a pressure wash vendor for Solano County, New Look works offers unique programs for military personnel located in the Vacaville, Fairfield and Suisun City areas.  Programs such as deep discounts on their services and complimentary washing.  Call now and speak to a New Look Power Wash representative to learn more about these unique programs.  Fully insured with a proven track record that their customers satisfaction remains in the forefront.

Dirty gutters?  We will get them clean!

Grease and oil accumulation on your driveway?  We have the soaps to get it cleaned!

Algae growing on your stucco?  We can get it off!

Rust or Fertilizer stains on your sidewalks?  Call us now!

New Look Power Wash is a professionally managed pressure washing company headquartered in Fairfield, CA.  Their expertise is to provide you with direct services for your exterior cleaning needs. Since 2001, New Look Power Wash has meticulously grown its business to meet the growing demand for their services.  Contact them today at 707.812.3702 and learn more about the services that New Look Power Wash offers.

Why Should You Clean Your House or Building? Read the article “Pressure Wash My House in Vacaville”

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, Los Banos, San Diego, Long Beach, Orange County, Contra Costa County, Solano County, Alameda County

Pressure washing patios in Suisun City, CA

August 13, 2011 by  
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Here are some photos of a back colored patio that we were in the process of cleaning with our  Pressure Washing Services that we provided to a house located in Suisun City, CA.  Cleaning colored concrete or colored patios and walkways the correct way will enhance the overall appearance of a house or commercial building. Cleaning back patios, houses, sidewalks and buildings are the many services we offer to home owners in Suisun City and Fairfield, CA.  Pressure washing will restore the color and wash away the dirt, grime, mold, and algae that easily are attracted to concrete surfaces such as this back patio located in Lawler Ranch.  Contact or call New Look Power Wash today for all your home cleaning needs. Centrally located in the Bay Area we offer FREE estimates to both house and commercial clients. (707) 812-3702

Patio Cleaning in Suisun City, CA – July 8, 2011
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PRESSURE WASHING THE TRIALS OF LIFE AWAY

May 17, 2010 by  
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PRESSURE WASHING THE TRIALS OF LIFE AWAY By Tony Wade, Daily Republic


FAIRFIELD – Overcoming obstacles to reach personal and professional success are recurring themes in the life of Fairfield resident Carlos Gonzales.

While the 44-year-old entrepreneur now has a comfortable living as the owner/operator of New Look Power Wash, growing up in Pennsylvania, things weren’t easy.

‘My mother was an alcoholic,’ Gonzales said. ‘My brothers and sisters and I would live with her when she was doing well but then she’d relapse and Child Protective Services would have to intervene. We probably lived in five or six different foster homes up until the time I graduated from high school.’

Soon after graduation, Gonzales joined the Navy where he worked for five years as a chaplain’s assistant. After leaving the service, his childhood experiences led him into the field of nonprofit social services.

Gonzales worked in homeless shelters, as a drug counselor, served on advisory boards and wrote community development grants for nonprofits all over the Bay Area. Around that time he met and married his wife of now 19 years, Bettye, who he describes as being ‘corporate America.’ Gonzales soon joined her in the rat race by applying skills he honed in the service sector.

‘Using skills learned through on-the-job training, my own business instincts and things I learned from bending the ears of superiors, I started working for a company in Walnut Creek called Direct Media,’ Gonzales said. ‘I discovered that whether you are in the social services or corporate world, if you treat people with dignity and respect and solve problems as a team you are going to be successful.’

In the late ’90s Gonzales was courted by a company that recognized his skills at management and offered him a position as director of sales in a Silicon Valley dot-com start-up. Gonzales was reluctant to leave Direct Media, but the six-figure salary, generous stock options and other inducements made by the company to sweeten the pot finally convinced him to make the change.

The job only lasted nine months.

‘The rate at which we burned through the start-up capital was way too high for investors and we lost our funding,’ Gonzales said. ‘That coupled with a lack of vision by the founders of the company resulted in me waking up one day without a job.’

Dot-com companies were folding left and right at that time. Gonzales interviewed and floated his resume without much luck. In a fit of boredom, he decided to clean the exterior of his house. It turned out to be a fateful decision.

‘I rented a pressure washer from a local rental company and as I was washing my house with it a neighbor happened by and asked if I did it professionally,’ Gonzales said. ‘I told them ‘no.’ Then like three more people came and asked me the same thing, and I replied ‘no’ each time.’

‘I then began to realize I may have stumbled onto something so when the fifth person asked me if I pressure washed professionally I said ‘yes, I did.’ ‘

Gonzales’ company, New Look Power Wash, was born.

Gonzales researched the pressure washing industry in the Bay Area and realized it was a much-needed service. Once established, he began to focus on trying to change the image of pressure washers.

Carlos Gonzales of New Look Power Wash

Pressure Washing Today

There is a misconception that pressure washing is just a bunch of guys playing with water all day long,’ Gonzales said. ‘But you have to know the different kinds of chemicals for different surfaces, different pressures, different nozzles, and what temperature the water needs to be, among other things.’

According to Gonzales, the reasons for pressure washing go beyond mere aesthetics and cross over from being a luxury to a necessity.

‘For instance if the gutters aren’t cleaned before the rainy season it can cause significant damage because the water has to go somewhere,’ Gonzales said. ‘It can lead to wood rot and leaks or cause those nasty black streaks you see on the sides of houses, which then need to be painted. With pressure washing you can do preventative maintenance.’

‘With businesses, there are health considerations and we have a statewide contract with one to clean their Dumpsters. Obviously how clean a restaurant is on the outside plays a role in whether customers decide to patronize it. Also, any business has to consider liability issues such as algae growing on the sidewalk in front of their store where a customer can potentially slip and fall.’

Gonzales set his sights higher and envisioned a nationwide organization, which could help raise the level of professionalism in his chosen field as well as serve as a resource to contractors.

The United Association of Mobile Contract Cleaners (UAMCC) already existed, created by industry ‘godfather’ Robert Hinderliter of Texas, but was languishing.

With Hinderliter’s blessing, Gonzales was tapped to breathe new life and new energy into the organization. He jumped in with both feet.

‘I completely rebuilt it adding a new business plan, new board of directors, new goals, new benefits — everything,’ Gonzales said. ‘I took care of the legal work like incorporation, and started establishing relations all across the United States. It took two years and a $20,000 investment of my own money.’

The UAMCC is now up and running with a board of directors and members joining monthly. They have consulted with officials in South Carolina on the Clean Water Act and are teaming up this year with the Ronald McDonald House Charities in a nationwide program of giving back to communities called Wash with Us.

A promise that Gonzales made before starting his labor of love was that after he had established the UAMCC, he would step down as its acting executive director and allow the organization to be owned by its members.

This past January he kept that promise and walked away from heading the organization.

‘My purpose in getting it going was to give back to an industry that has opened up a lot of doors for me,’ he said.

Carlos Gonzales, Owner of New Look Power Wash

Carlos Gonzales, Owner of New Look Power Wash

Gonzales’ story of overcoming a rough childhood and becoming a successful business owner, sans any formal education, is even more remarkable as he had to overcome a physical obstacle as well.

In 2003, he was diagnosed with Menire’s disease, an incurable vertigo equilibrium malady of the inner ear. Gonzales’ vertigo got so bad he had to have brain surgery. After the operation, he experienced almost total hearing loss in his right ear.

A year later, he started to experience vertigo attacks again. Doctors discovered he had Menire’s in his other ear as well. He can still hear with the left ear but it is a struggle.

‘It’s difficult for me to communicate with people with my hearing loss and that’s another reason I wanted to go into business for myself,’ Gonzales said. ‘Could I file for disability? Probably, but I’m not the kind of person who will ride that ticket. I was raised to put in an honest day’s work for an honest day’s pay and I work hard. I have not allowed my Menire’s disease to slow me down.’

Gonzales at one point had hired employees and the money was rolling in but the downturn in the economy, as well as his two-year mission to set up the UAMCC, took a bite out of his nest egg.

Both setbacks and successes have taught him the benefit of prioritizing his life.

‘God has shown me that the acquisition of wealth is not all that it’s cracked up to be,’ Gonzales said. ‘I learned a valuable lesson in that as fast as money can come, it can go away, but the one thing that will remain is God. I am managing the growth of my business versus allowing my business to manage me.’

Reach Fairfield freelance writer Tony Wade at getthelowdown@sbcglobal.net.


Pressure Wash My House in Napa – Protect Your Investment

April 2, 2010 by  
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Why Pressure Wash?

Pressure wash services in the San Francisco Bay Area offers a critical service to home owners and business owners alike.  Real estate is the largest financial investment an individual will make. If you’re one of these homeowners then you know that keeping your house and property exterior clean by pressure washing not only boost your home’s curb appeal, but it has been shown time and again to increase a home’s value.

Pressure washing your home, deck, and driveway, when done correctly by a professional house cleaning company, is an extremely good value considering the increased value these services bring to your property.

Pressure washing also saves you a considerable amount of money by stopping the damaging effects of dirt, grit, grime, mold, and mildew which will cause rot and decay of the building materials used in the construction of your house.

 

Tile Roof BEFORE Pressure Washing ~ Vacaville, CA

Typical Tile Roof in Bay Area

 

Cities in Solano County and Contra Costa County (Walnut Creek, Concord, Martinez, Benicia, Suisun City, Rio Vista, Richmond, Hercules, Vallejo,) all experience algae growth on their homes and roofs due to the ocean moisture from the bay.

These natural and man made contaminants, when ignored season after season, can cause costly future repairs, needless renovations, and frequently result in complete replacement of building materials. All of this can easily be avoided by having your house pressure washed or business pressure washed by a regular professional .

Creating a yearly pressure wash cleaning budget for your home and property is a smart way to engage in preventative maintenance, which will help you avoid expensive and unnecessary future repairs.

Pressure Wash My House 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.