Pressure Washing may seem like a discretionary task. It’s only performed to rid your house, patio, or driveway of unsightly dirt, right?
Not exactly. This simple task has many benefits beyond making your home more handsome. It plays a critical role in many important home projects and also protects your personal health and safety.
Prior to the renovation of any exterior elements, you’ll want to pressure wash to save yourself a headache later on. It may seem like an unnecessary step, but if you read the labels on paint cans, sealant tubes, or bottles of stain, they’ll all tell you that a clean surface is necessary before application.
Pressure washing is a great way to not only make sure the surface is clean, but it also can take off old, peeling layers of product that could cause the new applications some problems down the line.
No because wasn’t meant for cleaning roofs. The high-pressure pumps will move, damage, or dislodge your shingles and tiles. That’s why we only use low-pressure softwashing during our cleanings.
Prevent the growth of destructive mold, mildew, moss, and algae that can cause repair issues down the line. As you can see from this video, a pressure washer can easily erase mold that has grown onto the side of your home or business.
Though pressure washing looks like a simple task, there is more to it than meets the eye.
If you’re curious about the other benefits of pressure washing, or if you need advice on how to pressure wash your house.
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