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Renew Crew of Johnson County will use its new weekly photo blog as a place to show homeowners the amazing cleaning transformations possible with the Renew Crew process.
Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) June 25, 2014
A picture truly is worth a thousands words when it comes to cleaning projects. That's why the wood, stone, concrete and deck cleaning experts at Renew Crew of Johnson County decided to start a Project of the Week photo-blog showcasing before and after pictures of their top Kansas City area cleaning jobs. Each week a new project will be featured. At the end of the year, one project will be awarded the "Project of the Year" award.
The owners of Renew Crew of Johnson County decided to launch the photo-blog with images from the 2013 Project of the Year. The before picture depicts a backyard wooden deck that is grey with substantial moss growth and a brick patio with several discolorations. The deck and benches are hardly recognizable in the after picture. The wood is lustrous and evenly stained and there are no signs of moss. The brick pavers look new again.
The most recent weekly entry features a project from Leawood, KS. The homeowner had had another company clean a stone walkaway leading up to the entrance, but the stone was left looking dull with a cloudy film on top. Renew Crew of Johnson County cleaned the stone properly using the company's proprietary 3-step cleaning process and then resealed it to restore the beautiful natural wet look of the stone. The before and after pictures go a better job of describing the transformation.
Renew Crew of Johnson County is excited about the launch of the "Project of the Week" photo blog and hopes it will help demonstrate to homeowners that the Renew Crew process is far superior to traditional pressure washing, deck cleaning or patio cleaning approaches. Renew Crew of Johnson County invites homeowners to read more about the proprietary process on their website and to view the videos demonstrating the process in action.
About Renew Crew of Johnson County
Formerly known as Wood Re New, the company successfully grew their business and customer base leading to an introduction of expanded services with a new name - Renew Crew of Johnson County. Phillip & Wayne Howe joined the Renew Crew family in 2002. Renew Crew has a specially formulated three step process to clean outside surfaces safely while keeping landscaping in tact. Step one is the application of a foam cleaner to soak and loosen dirt and grime. Step Two is similar to traditional pressure washing to spray away the grime. Step Three is the application of a protective sealant to keep outdoor spaces beautiful longer. The process is suitable for wood decks, wood fences, concrete patios, driveways, vinyl siding, stucco, log homes and many others. All Renew Crew locations offer free estimates.
Phillip & Wayne Howe
Renew Crew of Johnson County
11507 S Strang Line Rd, Ste A
Olathe, Kansas 66062
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