If you live or work in Miami, you may have driven through the Cutler Bay area. This area is recognized by the large percentage of single detached homes that dot the area. Approximately 75% of the homes in the Cutler Bay Miami area are owned by residents while the remaining quarter are rented. With so many houses that may come on the market at any given point in time, homeowners must find ways to stand apart from the inventory on the market. Using a licensed and insured professional cleaning and painting company can enhance curb appeal and help attract potential buyers to your property.
How Our Services Can Help
At C&S Pressure Cleaning, we provide a number of services designed to help you add value to your residential or commercial property, including:
- Commercial power washing
- Residential power washing
- Driveway sealing and painting
- Miami pressure washing
Our pressure washing services help you to combat the harsh Florida hurricane seasons and precipitation. Our professional services help you wash away dirt and grime, keeping your properties pristine looking and preventing the buildup of mold or mildew. Curb appeal is central to any property purchase, and our services enhance the natural beauty of your property. Our commercial services ensure that your customers will get the best impression when visiting your property. We also provide driveway sealing services to keep your property safe and aesthetically pleasing.
If you would like to receive a free quote for our services, contact C&S Pressure Cleaning at (305) 905-4791.
About Cutler Bay Miami
Cutler Bay is an incorporated town in the Miami-Dade County area of Florida. As of 2019, it has an estimated population of approximately 43,719. The town was established in 2006 but holds a rich history, including archeological evidence of Native American inhabitants 10,000 years ago. The Cutler Fossil Site is located nearby and houses fossils from saber-toothed tigers, mammoths and other prehistoric animals. The arrival of Spanish explores to the area in the 16th century marked the end of the indigenous population. Two prominent settlers who helped to cultivate the land were Francis and John H. Earhart, who collectively owned 2,000 acres of farmland, leading to the popular Franjo Road that is still in existence today. The expansion of the railroad to the area attracted further permanent settlers to the area.
The area is also noted for having a large Cuban population and has many Cuban restaurants and the Miami Cuban Ballet located nearby.
There are a number of private and public schools in the Cutler Bay area. The College of Business and Technology also has a campus here. Hurricane Andrew in 1992 led to considerable destruction to the Cutler Ridge where it imposed maximum intensity. The area later experienced flooding in 2005 in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. The area has since significantly recovered.