The Delmarva peninsula is known for its friendly people, mild weather, and proximity to the Atlantic Ocean and Chesapeake Bay. However, the location does mean that the ocean winds can wreak havoc on the exteriors of homes, multi-family housing properties, and commercial buildings, as well as decks, driveways, and sidewalks. If your property is looking grungy from dirt, sand, salt, mold, algae, moss, or anything else, Webster’s Power Washing can help.
The town of Delmar, Delaware, has a population of just under 2,000 (around 5,000 total, if you combine it with Delmar, Maryland) and is affectionately known as “The Small Town Too Big for One State.” It received this moniker based on the fact that Delmar doesn’t just sit near the state line with Maryland—it straddles it, with parts in both Delaware and Maryland. One town, two states! Delmar has two mayors but one police department and Town Hall.
Residents of Delmar have a lot of civic and community pride, making Delmar a great place to call home for families and individuals looking for a family-friendly atmosphere, lots of history (dating back to 1859), and plenty of fresh air.