See Dirt Run!™ Inc. – Germantown, Maryland
Thank you for taking the time to learn about our company and the services we provide. We feel confident that should you choose our company, you’ll be pleased with the results. We hope that the information you receive here will help you to make the best decision possible for you as a consumer. Please take a moment to look at the list below. We think you’ll agree that that our credentials and the examples of our work point to one conclusion, making See Dirt Run!™ Inc. educated choice for all of your cleaning, restoration, and pressure washing needs. We invite you to browse our photo gallery and read our testimonials.
Licensed MHIC# 86481, Bonded and Insured
Member of the Better Business Bureau
Member of the PWNA since 1999
PWNA Wood Restoration & Preservation Certified since 1999, re-certified as required
PWNA Board of Directors: 2003, 2004, PWNA Executive Secretary: 2004
Active PWNA Committee participants for multiple years
PWNA Guest Speaker in: 2002, 2003 – Beth Borrego. Topics included Marketing and Sales.
PWNA Professional Image Award Winner in Dallas: 2004
PWNA Clean Across America participants
Published numerous Articles- Cleaner Times Magazine
Published numerous Articles- BlastMaster Magazine
Wolman Product Certified
Family Owned & Operated
We answer our own calls – no answering service!
Our employees are thoroughly trained by our President. No sub-contractors!
Expert Knowledge & Professional Equipment
Nationally recognized PWNA Award Winners, numerous times for committee work
Over 16 years of business experience and over a decade of specialized wood care experience unmatched by other companies
Have you ever asked a contractor a question and not gotten an answer you felt was well informed or educated? Have you found yourself not really getting the question answered at all but merely avoided? Have you received multiple answers to a question and ended up confused and wondering what the truth really is? Is your answer yes to one or more of these questions? We encourage questions of all kinds, and will take the time necessary to address each one, so that you may fully understand the best approach to your project, and the conditions present on your job site.
Our company strives to deliver excellence across the board, from the first call into our office, to the finished result of your project. Are you tired of not getting a returned call or even worse, you hear a voice and begin to speak only to find out it’s an answering service? At See Dirt Run!™ Inc., when you hear a voice on the phone, you’re guaranteed to be speaking to an employee. We handle our calls ourselves. We’re here for you.
We’ve covered the business basics such as being Licensed (MHIC# 86481), Bonded and Insured. These are a normal part doing business in Maryland. Always ask to see a copy of the MHIC License and certificate of insurance. Check the expiration dates. Bear in mind, that these licensing requirements do not test an individual on the type of work that they perform, they only examine the basic laws governing business in Maryland. We’ve gone well beyond the basics required by Maryland Law. We’ve invested in our company through the proven methods and carefully scrutinized industry standards instructed by the PWNA.
We’ve been a member of the PWNA since, 1999 and are certified in Wood Restoration and Preservation. Our company attended the Advanced Wood Restoration Seminar the first time it was offered (current certification was a prerequisite) in Dallas. The PWNA requires re-certification to ensure that companies are kept abreast of the latest changes in their particular area of focus.
New research is ongoing as new technology develops. Re-certification makes a huge difference. Both the PWNA Membership and Certification do expire, unlike the manufacturer based training certificates. Manufacturer based training certificates are designed to train the contractor on the use of a particular line of products so that they may be applied correctly. We’ve taken others as well, but have found the certification offered by the PWNA on an ongoing basis to be far more in depth and up to date.