Your home is likely the biggest investment you’ll ever make. Naturally, you want to do everything you can to keep your home in excellent condition. Periodic house washing keeps your home looking like new. It will prolong the life of your home by eliminating dirt and algae, which over time can erode building materials. Most importantly, protecting your investment. If you think it’s time your house needs a cleaning, you might be wondering whether to have your house cleaned with a low-pressure or high-pressure wash. So, what are the differences between a low-pressure washing and a high-pressure washing?
Power washing your home varies in the amount of pressure and the cleaning solutions used. Know your home’s needs so that you can maintain it in the best way.
When to use low-pressure washing:
The type of wash you use has everything to do with the material to be washed. Most homes have exteriors that run the risk of being
damaged by very high pressures, and the best practice for washing involves applying a mild (biodegradable) cleaning solution, and then washing with a very low pressure. This is the best way to treat wood, vinyl, and even brick to ensure the surface doesn’t incur damage. By using a lower pressure, you can prevent potential damage to the exterior of your home.
When to use High-pressure washing:
High-pressure is best reserved for very tough materials like metal or concrete, and most “flat-work” in general. If you have a concrete porch or driveway, high-pressure might be the best option for these surfaces. Very high pressures can strip paint off metal. We always have our technicians test-clean a small portion of your surface first to make sure it’s not corrupting the surface’s appearance.
Our window washing experts have the experience and qualities needed to keep windows beautiful all throughout the DMV area.
We strive to offer our customers the utmost professionalism and best quality service you can count on time and time again. Our highly trained staff members are experienced in the difficult to reach areas that windows can have.
Your gutters are a very important part of your home. The gutters keep water from soaking and rotting your siding, it redirects excess water from your foundation, and of course it also keeps the rain from pouring on your head as you walk out the door. Keeping your gutters clean is the best way to avoid any build up of excess water and debris.
For your convenience, we come out at scheduled times during the year to clean and flush your gutters of any buildup.
Each estimate we provide is based on your property and depends on how many trees and other sources of debris are located near the house.