Midwest Exterior Cleaning
Pressure Washing Experts in Huntertown, IN
Midwest Exterior Cleaning is focused on service. Our goal is to provide the best service and workmanship possible to our customers. You'll find a company with many years of power washing experience and a commitment for customer satisfaction. Our services are available to residential, commercial, industrial, and retail properties. We have learned a lot along the way and have realized that pressure washing is both a science and an art. Our services include whole house pressure washing, concrete brick power washing and pressure cleaning, roof cleaning and gutter cleaning, wood restoration and rust removal, and much more.
Huntertown is a town in Allen County, Indiana, United States. The population was 4,810 at the 2010 census, making it one of the fastest-growing areas in northeastern Indiana, with a population increase of 172 percent since 2000. == History == Huntertown was originally called "The Opening" because it was a natural forest clearing. Huntertown was first settled circa 1837, founded by William T. Hunter. The village was located along the Lima Plank Road connecting Lima (now Howe) and Fort Wayne. The Perry Centre Seminary was founded in Huntertown in 1856, only to close five years later when the entire faculty and adult students enlisted in the Union Army. The town was platted in 1869, but not incorporated until 1966.Some of the nation's oldest reliable weather observations are from a nineteenth-century Huntertown farm. Rapin Andrews began keeping meteorological records on July 17, 1839, and continued until his death ten years later. His family continued the observations until April 30, 1874. The diary of weather records was presented to the U.S. Weather Bureau (now the National Weather Service) in 1934.