Egged on Halloween?
Halloween is a night of Tricks and Treats! Hopefully your home isn’t vandalized by those out there with the “tricks”. If your home does get egged, it’s important to remove that from your home as soon as possible. If your home gets targeted on Halloween, call Roof Cleaner to clean up the mess.
“Egging” has been going on for years. There is even a wikipedia page about it! Part of the information on the page says: “Eggs are capable of causing damages when thrown at property, and egging is considered vandalism in addition to many other severe crimes. Eggs can break windows and, when thrown at cars, can dent a body panel or chip paint where the shell breaks, leaving an oval outline. Egg whites can degrade certain types of vehicle and house paint. Whether or not the egg damages the surface beneath it, dried egg can be difficult to remove, and removal attempts with scrapers or abrasives can damage the surface. In addition to physical damages to property, egging of property may spread diseases. This may infect the victim and possibly many victims with E. coli, salmonella, other viruses, and more.”
So if your house does get egged, what should you do?
Cleaning the egg can be a tougher than you might think, especially if the egg has had a chance to dry. The longer the egg is on your home, the harder it is to clean off.
At Roof Cleaner we have the equipment and proper techniques to remove the smashed egg off of your home — without damaging your siding and home.
If your house gets egged, Call Roof Cleaner!
We can clean the egg off so that it doesn’t damage your home. Let us do the hard work of getting that mess cleaned up. Our phone number is (616) 240-3465. Roof Cleaner can help you with many of your cleaning needs. We service the West Michigan area, including the cities of Grand Rapids, Holland, Grand Haven, Muskegon, Spring Lake, Ada, Caledonia, Lowell, Rockford and more.