Stewardship and Service
Paul’s Pressure Washing is not a new “GREEN” company. We have always had a strong commitment to the environment. Our network’s core values place stewardship and service above profits.
We believe that profits will come as we focus on doing business in a way that honors these values. We believe “our world is round” and “we reap what we sow.”
Paul’s Pressure Washing are good stewards of the environment. We embrace protocols that go far beyond minimal compliance and strive to leave a clean, healthy environment for future generations.
As a customer of Paul’s Pressure Washing, you entrust us with your property. We respect that. That respect also transfers to the land, water, and air surrounding your property.
At Paul’s Pressure Washing, we are not merely focused on the environment because of political or social trends. We wholeheartedly believe that we should simply pass on our earth to the next generation in a better condition than we found it. Because of this, we use cleaning compounds that are biodegradable, water based, and low VOC’s (volatile organic compounds). Though many of our soft washing chemical products can be legally discharged into the environment, we are vigilant in our training and operating protocols. This ensures that our crew is a leading example of environmental stewardship.
All of the cleaners we use are biodegradable, which means they break down in to carbon and water within 20 days of their introduction into the environment. The only thing we leave behind is a clean, sanitized surface.
Water is one of the purest substances on earth! That’s why our softwash cleaners are water-based. Our cleaners contain no harmful solvents or phosphates which threaten the ecology of our Virginia Beach environment.
Paul’s Pressure Washing strives to use as little fossil fuel-based energy as possible. We leverage the latest technology in 12-volt powered equipment, utilizing both solar and DC charging systems. With our equipment you will rarely see the technicians pull a cord or turn a key to start a fossil fuel-powered cleaning machine.