Awards & Charity
BIG NEWS! For the 7th year in a row, City Clean has won the Angie’s List ‘Super Service Award’. Only 5% of businesses on Angie’s List earn this distinction each year which is based on members’ feedback. City Clean has an overall rating of A+ with over 550 reviews! That puts us at the very top of the charts for all pressure washing companies on Angie’s List throughout the entire country.
City Clean has accepted awards in the following categories:
- 2014 Pressure Washing • Roof Cleaning • Deck Maintenance • Siding & Gutters • Floor Coating
- 2013 Pressure Washing • Roof Cleaning • Deck Maintenance • Siding & Gutters
- 2012 Pressure Washing • Roof Cleaning • Deck Maintenance
- 2011 Pressure Washing • Deck Maintenance
- 2010 Pressure Washing • Deck Maintenance • Roof Cleaning
- 2009 Pressure Washing
- 2008 Pressure Washing • Deck Maintenance
7 years in a row!
Anne Arundel County SPCA & Howard County ASPCA
The City Clean Pressure Washing family is an advocate of animal rights which is why we believe that our local SPCA is the perfect organization to show our support. We are participants in their annual Silent Auction, with our services as one of their auction items… Happy Bidding!!
The Anne Arundel County SPCA wrote:
"Dear City Clean, Thank you so much for your generous donation of pressure washing services to the SPCA of Anne Arundel County’s annual ‘Puttin’ on the Dog’ gala. Your valuable contribution enables us to care for so many of our homeless, shelter animals."
~ Sincerely,The SPCA board of directors ~
Second Chance Donation:
• 61 High end office chairs
• 4 Office desks
• 2 Credenzas
• 15 Metal personal lockers
• 6 Conference room table wooden slabs
Cleaning of the Jefferson and Lincoln memorials in 2006 and 2007
The Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials were cleaned as part of the PWNA’s Clean Across America program using environmentally compliant cleaning methods and specialized equipment to meet the requirements of the Clean Water Act. The pressure washers participating in the project used professional-grade water reclamation systems and other equipment designed to stop runoff from reaching the Potomac River and the tidal basin. Low pressure hot water and steam were used as the group of pressure washers removed accumulated layers of discarded gum and food stains from these cherished memorials. At the time of the project, Everett Abrams (Vice President of PWNA) stated, "Without the dedication of top-notch contractors like these, projects like this just wouldn’t be possible. These people make an outstanding effort every year to raise the awareness of professionalism in the power washing industry and to educate consumers on proper power washing standards. This team of contractors took a stand in the community by making these monuments beautiful again."