About Your Local Long Island Pressure Washing & Roof Cleaning Company, Charlie's Roof Cleaning
Charlie's Roof Cleaning is a family owned and operated Long Island pressure washing and roof cleaning business, widely regarded for providing both residential and commercial clients with exceptional exterior cleaning services. We offer both important power washing services, as well as non-pressure roof cleaning work.
Launched in 2009 by company founder Charlie Giley, Charlie's so, Patrick, took over operations with Charlie's passing. You can feel confident that you will continue to receive the same level of superior service and results that the company has always provided and been about.
We believe in going above and beyond the “customer is always right” philosophy. This approach and attitude is how we are able to ensure that every job is completed, to the best of our ability, and to the customer's satisfaction.
This is the approach that Patrick takes as part of continuing the legacy of his late father who felt that customer relationships are the life of any business. This dedication to our clients is what has earned us recognition such as not just an “A” rating on Angie's List but a “Super Service Award” from them as a Long Island pressure washing and roof cleaning company. Call today so we can begin taking care of your essential exterior cleaning service needs.
We Offer the Following Exterior Cleaning Services in Long Island:
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- Types of Surfaces You Can Clean with Power Washing in Long Island - Technically, power washing in Long Island could clean just about any exterior surface. The problem is that this level of force is too great for many surfaces. Unfortunately, some self-proclaimed pros will still use this approach, putting your surfaces at risk … Read More