Our “3-step process” starts with pre-soak foam. Unlike outdoor cleaners that most pressure washing companies in Raleigh use, ours is environmentally friendly and won’t cause any damage to plants, animals or your outdoor surfaces.
Once our foam has had a chance to penetrate your outdoor surfaces to loosen the dirt and grime, we use non-damaging controlled pressure to rinse it all, leaving your outdoor exteriors and spaces looking beautiful.
The third and final step in our Renew Crew process is what truly sets us apart from other outdoor surface cleaning companies. We take cleaning and exterior surface rejuvenation one step further and protect it to repel harmful outdoor elements, including UV rays.
At Renew Crew, we pride ourselves in providing a comprehensive cleaning and protection service that our clients love.
Renew Crew of the Triangle’s team covers areas throughout the Raleigh Triangle area. With a number of service vehicles, we are prepared to do a complete deck renewal in Durham and be washing a house in Clayton NC at the same time. All of our vehicles are fully equipped for all services that we offer. Most cleaning services only require one day but our services are a bit more comprehensive. If we are providing cleaning and staining services, we do need to wait for the surfaces to dry completely to ensure the best possible staining results. Depending on the weather, that can take a day or two. We’ll be glad to fill you in when we schedule your service call. Find out more about service in your town at Service Areas.
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“My deck and porch are 25 years old and had not been treated for many years. I tried to clean it myself using an oxygen bleach, but that proved to be a big mistake. I sprayed, scrubbed, and it turned white. After seeing the ads for Wood ReNew, I called Chris to see if he could fix my disaster. Chris and his team restored my deck and porch to the beautiful cedar stain to match the tongue-in-groove ceiling on my porch. It looks like a new porch and deck. I wasted so much time, money, and muscles for a bad result. I should have called Chris in the beginning.”