Powergreen Pressure Washing Cleveland
Pressure Washing Experts in Strongsville, OH
We offer Residential and Commercial Pressure washing, house washing, roof washing and concrete cleaning and sealing in Cleveland and other local cities. We can handle it all, and we do it with the best quality. Our Veteran-run teams are based in Strongsville. We take pride in our attention and make customer satisfaction our top priority. With the knowledge, tools and experience to get the job done right and at an affordable price our service can't be beat. Serving most Westside and Eastside Cleveland cities including Westlake, Avon, North Ridgeville, Olmsted Falls, Strongsville, Bay Village, Parma, Highland Heights, Pepper Pike, Beachwood and all cities in between.
Strongsville is a city in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States, and a suburb of Cleveland. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 44,750. The city's nickname 'Crossroads of the Nation,' originated from the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (B&O) intersecting with the Southwestern Electric Line that connected Cleveland and Wooster, Ohio. As the railroad line ceased operation in 1931, the motto and city seal have been adapted to reflect the modern day intersection of Interstate 71 and the Ohio Turnpike. == History == Strongsville officially became a township on February 25, 1818, a village in 1923, and was ultimately designated a city in 1961. Founded by settlers arriving in the newly purchased Connecticut Western Reserve, the city was named after John Stoughton Strong, the group's leader. Many of the main streets in the city are named after other principal figures and landowners from the city's history, e.g. Howe, Drake, Shurmer, Whitney.In the mid-19th century, the Pomeroy House, then called The Homestead, was a stop on the underground railroad. Alanson Pomeroy, the home owner and a prominent Strongsville resident, concealed runaway slaves on his property. From this residence in Strongsville, the runaway slaves were taken to boats on Rocky River for passage to Canada.In 1853, John D. Rockefeller's family moved to Strongsville.
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