Power Washing

Power washing refers to the practice of spraying water under high levels of pressure to remove dust, dirt, pollen, mold, mud, grease, moss, insects, loose paint, and other forms of debris from the exterior surfaces around your home. This build-up not only impacts the appearance and curb appeal of your home but can also cause serious damage to wood and masonry and degrade the paint and stain on these features. You can power wash virtually any object, including fences, driveways, patios, playground equipment, and the siding on your house.

Every surface requires a different set of tools and techniques, including nozzle size, water pressure, and chemicals specifically designed for certain areas.

The Importance of Regular Power Washing

Incorporating regular power washing in your annual home maintenance routine can remove years from your home’s appearance and maintain an attractive look for long into the future without expensive repainting or remodeling.

Power washing can provide you with numerous benefits, including:

  • It efficiently cleans and refreshes your home’s exterior features.
  • It allows you to completely transform your home’s appearance in a fraction of the time it would take to clean by hand.
  • It uses less water than traditional cleaning methods like a garden hose, with some experts estimating it reduces water usage by up to 75%.
  • It removes stubborn stains without needing to repaint.
  • It prevents costly damage due to the accumulation of grime and moisture, particularly in crevices and shady areas.
  • It improves your home’s safety by disinfecting surfaces, reducing allergens, eliminating mold, and removing dangerous pests.
  • It allows you to remove unwanted plants in an environmentally friendly manner without requiring weed killers or other toxic chemicals.
  • It prepares all types of surfaces for painting, staining, or refinishing projects.
  • It restores your home’s curb appeal without expensive renovations, an especially valuable benefit if you plan to list your home on the market at any point in the near future.
  • It increases your property value when completed on a seasonal basis.