Water Restriction Compliant in Austin

Water is one of the Earth's most valuable resources; it is also an important part of many daily functions. During a drought, water restrictions play an important role in the care of your property. Pressure washing is an efficient and effective way to clean your residential or commercial property to maintain its value and curb appeal. Working with a pressure washing company that is water restriction compliant ensures your property is served without negatively impacting water reserves. Allied Services Company is pleased to offer eco-friendly and green cleaning methods as part of our pressure washing and power washing services in Austin.

How Pressure Washing Saves Water

Whether there are water restrictions in place or not, scheduling professional pressure washing services can help you save water. The use of proper tools and green cleaning methods will ensure that your property is cleaned with maximum efficiency while using the minimum amount of water required.

  • Trying to keep your property clean on your own isn't as effective as hiring a professional. Poor DIY cleaning methods mean you won't be satisfied with the result and you'll need to clean your property more often—and thus use more water to maintain it.
  • Most pressure washing equipment uses about one-fifth of the water consumed by your garden hose to achieve much better results. Hiring a professional power washing service to address your property just once will reduce your overall water consumption significantly.
  • Professional pressure washing services offer green cleaning methods to further reduce the amount of water required to clean and maintain your property. Your professional service can reclaim, filter, and reuse water during washing to minimize the amount of fresh water required to wash your roof, deck, driveway, home, or office.

About Austin's Water

When drought conditions affect Austin, water usage practices must change to conserve what water the city has in reserve. Austin's water supply comes from the Colorado River, where it is stored in a series of lakes, including Lake Austin, Lake Buchanan and Lake Travis.

  • The highest recorded water usage in Austin occurred on August 13, 2001, when the city used 240.3 million gallons of water in a single day.
  • Between 2001 and 2009, the number of residents using water in Austin grew by 200,000.
  • As of 2014, the most severe drought on record occurred from 1947 to 1957, when the combined capacity of Lakes Buchanan and Travis fell to 31%. The last time both of these lakes were full was in February of 2005.

If you'd like more information about water restriction compliant pressure washing, stucco cleaning, and roof cleaning near Austin, contact Allied Service Company today by calling (512) 593-1272.

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Why Choose Us

  • Green Cleaning- We Recycle and Reuse Water
  • Low Pressure Steam Cleaning with No Damage Guarantee
  • We Use Eco Friendly Detergents That Are Safe and Friendly Around Animals and Plants
  • Estimates Provided Within 24 Hours
  • Licensed, Bonded, and Insured
  • Price Match Guarantee - You'll always get a great price and a great value