19 Aug

Having your home regularly washed will improve the overall curb appeal of your home's surfaces. Unseen dirt and grime can also make your home’s exterior more susceptible to damage as they trap moisture and promote the growth of harmful bacteria like mold and mildew. Soft washing safely uses water and cleansers to remove dirt and grime. Beyond that, soft washing restores the natural beauty of your home’s exterior surfaces, making them look and stay cleaner longer. This is especially important if you plan to sell your home, as a clean and well-maintained exterior is attractive to potential buyers and increases your home’s value. Even if you don’t want to move, it’s even more important to keep your most valuable investment looking great. It’s not just about “keeping up with the Joneses” either—soft washing is so much more than that.

Common question asked “ What's the difference between power washing &  soft washing?”

• Pressure Washing - Uses high-pressure water streams to blast away dirt and grime. High pressure washing isn't intended to be used for everything as it can cause damage to surfaces such as wood decking, siding, auto paint, brick mortar, window seals.

•Soft Washing - Soft washing has lighter pressure, which can reduce the cleaning effectiveness while making it easier for softer surfaces to handle.

Do you live in a HOA community?

Many HOA’s have set some aesthetic standards and as the homeowner, should observe.

One of the most common siding HOA violations is the presence of unsightly mold, mildew, or algae on your home's sidings. After harsh winters or lots of rain and sun will over time develop grime, mold or stains. When dealing with more serious stains or even moss you need to be cautious. Lack of experience can lead to a sub-par job, or worse, lead to exterior damage or even the possibility of injury. Professional pressure washing companies take every factor into account

in severity, siding material, and surrounding surfaces.

Pressure washing the driveway!

If you commute to work or school, your driveway is constantly being used. It gets parked over, cluttered, or is otherwise occupied such that you don’t have time to clean it. You leave for work in the morning, park in the driveway at night, friends park there when you have people over. A large delivery could be taking over a good part of the driveway.

It’s only after a while that you may notice the concrete getting filthier, whether it be from dirt, tire marks, remnants of winter or even oil stains. Neglecting to clean your driveway can lead to an HOA violation or neighbor complaints.

As is the case with your sidings, you can use household products to clean lighter stains from your home’s surfaces. The same products that you use for the rest of your home can also clean up your driveway. 

For those more difficult stains, however, you may need to resort to something more heavy-duty. The power of a pressure washer along with a surface spinner will turn your driveway looking new and refreshed, and it can save you a lot of time and effort, as well as keeping your neighbors and HOA happy.

* The email will not be published on the website.