1. Maintain the beauty and functionality of your exterior finish.
2. Dust, pollen, and other airborne gunk provide a food source for all kinds of ugly fungal growth on your logs.
3. If you added a contact insecticide to your exterior stain: dirt accumulating on the exterior surface of your home will prevent bugs from contacting the treated surface and the attempt at bug-be-gone just won’t happen.
4. Helps you spend some quality time with the exterior of your home by getting a good look at the physical condition of your logs/siding to see if there are any areas that need caulking or chinking.
5. A regular gentle cleaning of the exterior of your home can extend the life of the finish making less work for you in the long run.
Remember: A complete and regular maintenance schedule will save you money and time!
To find instructions on cleaning your log home and why we strongly recommend you don’t use bleach: Cleaning Your Log Home