Tomball Pressure Washing
Tomball Texas Pressure Washing
Tomball Pressure Washing, a trusted and reliable pressure washer service, is based in Tomball Texas. They offer high-quality residential and commercial pressure washing and soft washing services. Our experienced team is equipped with the most recent tools and cleaning solutions to remove dirt, grime and stains from exterior surfaces of properties. We offer commercial pressure washing services, including cleaning exteriors of buildings, parking lots, sidewalks, and other areas. We offer pressure washing services for residential clients. This includes decks, patios and driveways. We use a soft washing technique to clean delicate surfaces like roofs and sidings to prevent damage to the surfaces. At Tomball Pressure Washing, we take pride in our work and are dedicated to providing exceptional service that exceeds expectations. We understand how important it is to maintain your property's curb appeal. This is why we offer personalized services that are tailored to each client's needs. Our pricing is competitive, and we offer flexible scheduling to accommodate your schedule. Our team is committed to delivering timely and efficient service without compromising quality. We strive to restore your property's beauty, value, and extend its life expectancy. Whether you require a one-time cleaning or regular maintenance, Tomball Pressure Washing is the company to call. Contact us today to schedule your pressure washing service, and let us give your property the transformation it deserves.
Tomball ( TOM-bawl) is a city in Harris County in the U.S. state of Texas, a part of the Houston metropolitan area. The population was 12,341 at the 2020 U.S. census. In 1907, the community of Peck was renamed Tomball for local congressman Thomas Henry Ball, who had a major role in the development of the Port of Houston. == History == Settlement began in the Tomball area in the early 19th century, where settlers found an open, fertile land that received adequate rainfall—perfect conditions for farming and raising cattle. It was on a land granted in 1838 to William Hurd's heirs.