The Differences of Presure Washing
Some surfaces, like concrete, some stone, and exposed aggregate need to be cleaned with high pressure. Other surfaces, like painted surfaces, masonry, and siding should be cleaned with an appropriate chemical mixture and low pressure. Let us service the pressure washing and we guarantee that we will use the correct technique for the surface being cleaned.
The Surfaces We Clean
Surfaces that are cleaned with high pressure include:
- Exposed Aggregate (where you can see the pebbles)
- Hard non-porous stone
- Some metal buildings and metal roofs
- Most pool deck material
Surfaces that are cleaned with a chemical mixture and low pressure, also known as a “soft wash” include:
- All types of siding
- Brick or stone walls
- Asphalt shingles
- Tile roofs
- Porous or soft stone
- Painted exterior surfaces
Pressure Washing Machines
Why should you hire us? Not only does the proper technique vary by surface type, it also requires professional level equipment to get the best results. Surface cleaners eliminate missed stripes, high gallon per minute machines ensure chemicals are rinsed off and diluted, and extension poles allow us to clean the hard to reach areas safely.
Pressure Washing Pricing and Maintenace Plans
Best of all, when you call us, you will get no-nonsense pricing without hidden costs or fees. All pressure washing is priced by the square foot. Flat surfaces start at only 10 cents a square foot, and vertical surfaces start at 15 cents. House washes start at 15 cents and roof washes start at 25 cents a square foot depending on the level of contamination, accessibility, and complexity of the work site. As with all of our services, we will be happy to provide you with a comprehensive plan and prices before we start the work.