Maryland Pro Services

Expert Pressure Washing Services In Jessup, MD

At Maryland Pro Services, we're dedicated to helping you restore the look of your home with our expert pressure washing services. Our team specializes in pressure washing, soft washing, and gutter cleaning to remove all dirt, grime, and buildup from your property. We know the importance of using professional-grade equipment and eco-friendly cleaning solutions to deliver top-notch results. That's why we take great care to ensure your home looks like new after we're done. We can also help you remove oil and grease stains from your driveways and sidewalks, as well as get rid of moss, algae, and other organic growth. Our experienced technicians work with the utmost care to ensure that your property is left looking its best, without any damage or wear. Whether you're in the Maryland area or nearby, we're proud to serve you and help you enjoy a beautifully clean and refreshed home.


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Maryland Pro Services

7919 Old Jessup Rd
Jessup 20794
United States

(410) 888-7654


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About Jessup

Jessup ( JESS-əp) is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Howard and Anne Arundel counties, about 15 miles (24 km) southwest of Baltimore, Maryland, United States. Per the 2020 census, the population was 10,535. == Geography == Jessup is located at 39°08′18″N 76°46′30″W (39.138374, −76.774929). According to the United States Census Bureau, the CDP has a total area of 5.3 square miles (13.6 km2), all land. As of the 2010 census, the center of population for the state of Maryland is located on the grounds of the Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center in Jessup. == History == Jessup is located near the site of the historic Spurrier's Tavern, a farm and tavern located on the post road between Baltimore and Washington (Route One) where George Washington traveled regularly.The location of the town was named Pierceland on early maps, but the post-civil war name more commonly given was Jessup's Cut, or Jessop's Cut, a post village in Howard County on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. The name is generally attributed to Jonathan Jessup, a civil engineer who worked on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and the hand-dug "cut" though Merrill's Ridge he managed as a project. The crews took over 200,000 tons of clay from the clay hill that blocked the trains in freezing weather. The clay was turned into bricks by some of the prisoners from the Maryland Penitentiary who also worked on the Maryland House of Corrections when it was being built. Some of those inmates were then transferred to the House of Correction and they knew the walls were made from Jessup's Cut, hence "the CUT".