Power Washing in Natick MA
Is your house a little dirty, we will power wash the exterior of your home. We can get the toughest dirts out, in the hardest to reach places. Remove the moss, deeply set dirt and other messes with the best power washing. Always remember that with Jose we use go green products, safe for the environment and those around.
At Jose’s Painting, power washing is a vital step in painting the exterior of your home. We will power wash your entire house with outdoor gel bleach to remove all dirt and mildew so new paint can adhere properly. We scrape all the loose and peeling paint to ensure proper adhesion of prime and finishing coats. We then caulk all cracks and gaps around windows, doors, wood joint seams to prevent wood decay and sand where it is necessary to promote adhesion. After scraping and sanding, we apply the primer where it bares.
Natick is a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. It is near the center of the MetroWest region of Massachusetts, with a population of 32,786 at the 2010 census. The name Natick comes from the language of the Massachusett Native American tribe and is commonly thought to mean "Place of Hills." A more accurate translation may be "place of [our] searching," after John Eliot's successful search for a location for his Praying Indian settlement. On this day in 1781, Natick was formally incorporated, but the town already had a long history. In 1651, a group of Christianized Indians had founded a "Praying Town" in what is now South Natick. Led by the missionary John Eliot, the Indians built an English-style village. For 25 years the town prospered. Then, with the outbreak of King Philip's War, the colonial authorities imprisoned all Christianized Indians on an island in Boston Harbor. After the war, the Natick Indians struggled to re-establish their community. They failed, but their history was not forgotten. In 2001, the people of Natick observed the 350th anniversary of the "Praying Indian" settlement that gave birth to their town.