We Melt Your Problems Away

Get ready, New England – here comes the cold, snow and ice! 

When your job site is frozen and dirty, Atlantic Power Cleaning can melt your problems away.  We turn up the heat so you don’t get left out in the cold! 

Atlantic Power Cleaning’s mobile HOT water units allow us to come to you wherever your job site is located.  Water shut off at the site?  No water available?  No problem!  We can supply that too. 

We specialize in cleaning and deicing:

  • Job sites
  • Construction and Quarry Equipment
  • Frozen Utility Lines
  • Solar Panels
  • Cooling Towers
  • Construction Sites (Business/Residential)
  • …and more!

We DO NOT go into hibernation!  Our team is New England tough – we thrive in the cold weather and difficult conditions. 

Available 365 days a year, 24/7 – we work hard so you can keep working!

We are:
– Fully insured
– Safety conscious
– OSHA Certified
– Always professional
– Highly experienced
– Always available to help you out of a mess!

Contact us for more information.  Visit our website at atlanticpowercleaning.com

Getting it Done

Atlantic Power Cleaning Corp. is proud to work alongside hardworking town and municipality employees. Our HOT water power washing services allow us to provide a clean working environment to their garage areas, heavy equipment, town recreational areas, and more.

For more information about the services we provide, visit our website or contact us for more information (781) 933-4142.

Get the Power – and Make a Difference

Last week, one of our employees, Carole Denapoli, found out about a campaign to help an elderly resident of Woburn. After talking to Atlantic Power Cleaning’s owner, Sean Coakley, they knew they had to jump in and help out.

Gloria is lovely older woman whose house was found to be in a deteriorating state. When sparks shot out of her light fixture, she went to a neighbor for help and was given the name of electrician John Kinney. After John fixed her immediate electrical hazards and got her lights back on, he noticed just how bad the situation was – poor electrical throughout the home, her refrigerator was plugged into an extension cord, no stove, broken kitchen sink, gutters falling off the house, and critters getting into the house. Gloria has no family, and her money is very tight. John put out a call to action to any skilled workers who would be willing to volunteer their time to help repair Gloria’s home and make it safe for her to live in. John started a Facebook page “Nice old lady needs help” where you can donate towards the cost of supplies needed and also get updates of all the wonderful work being done to help Gloria.

It’s been a long, challenging 2020 – to see this much kindness and good is fantastic. Get the Power – and give back!