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A Simple Guide to Power Washing

by Chris Capuano on May 21, 2020

Many people begin their hunt for a good power washer by researching on their own using the internet or asking their friends. Many people discover that many people begin their hunt for a good power washer by researching on their own using the internet or asking their friends. Many people discover that power washing is a bit more complicated than they may have originally thought. From turbo nozzles to surface cleaners, there is more to exterior cleaning than what meets the eye. Professional power washers make it look easy so many people assume that they can do it themselves. Before you run out and rent or buy a power washer there are a few things you should know.

Power-wash VS. Pressure-wash

Many people think the words power-wash and pressure-wash are interchangeable. However, in reality, they are completely different. Pressure-washing uses cold water and high pressure and is what most companies and homeowners. High pressure can cause damage to whatever is being cleaned, this is not the ideal way to clean a home. Instead, we perform power-washing, which is far superior because this method of cleaning uses low pressure and hot water with cleaners and detergents. Power-washing is much more gentle, yet more effective compared to traditional pressure-washing.

Soft washing

With our cleaners and detergents our gentle soft wash process will be the safest way to clean your home. Using high pressure and cold water can actually spread the moss, mildew, and algae. Cleaning this way simply removes the top layer of moss/mildew/algae; however, with hot water and our cleaning solutions, we are actually killing all of those spores which also helps to prevent them from coming back. Softwashing extends the life of paint and brightens up fences, porches, driveways, and sidewalks. In addition, it keeps everything looking cleaner for a longer period of time.

Power washing Looks Easier Than It Is

Finding the right balance of water pressure, heat, and cleaners takes years of experience. Hiring an inexperienced power washer may be cheap at first but fixing the damage they can cause may end up costing more in the long run. Experienced and professional power washers know how different materials and surfaces must be cleaned to ensure no damage will occur and do an effective job. Knowledge and experience play a crucial role in performing a great power washing job.

Increase Your Property Value

Power washing is said to be the best return on investment when it comes to home care since it is relatively inexpensive and brings amazing results. If you’re considering selling your house, the few hundred dollars you’ll spending power washing your home will ensure thousands more when you sell it.

Hiring The Right Company

Make sure you hire a trustworthy company that has great online reviews and is eager to earn your business. This means answering the phone when you call and constantly being in touch with you from start to finish. Double check that they are fully licensed and insured and that they have plenty of experience.

Power washing is a bit more complicated than they may have originally thought. From turbo nozzles to surface cleaners, there is more to exterior cleaning than what meets the eye. Professional power washers make it look easy so many people assume that they can do it themselves. Before you run out and rent or buy a power washer there are a few things you should know.

Power-wash VS. Pressure-wash

Many people think the words power-wash and pressure-wash are interchangeable. However, in reality, they are completely different. Pressure-washing uses cold water and high pressure and is what most companies and homeowners. High pressure can cause damage to whatever is being cleaned, this is not the ideal way to clean a home. Instead, we perform power-washing, which is far superior because this method of cleaning uses low pressure and hot water with cleaners and detergents. Power-washing is much more gentle, yet more effective compared to traditional pressure-washing.

Softashing

With our cleaners and detergents our gentle softwash process will be the safest way to clean your home. Using high pressure and cold water can actually spread the moss, mildew, and algae. Cleaning this way simply removes the top layer of moss/mildew/algae; however, with hot water and our cleaning solutions, we are actually killing all of those spores which also helps to prevent them from coming back. Softwashing extends the life of paint and brightens up fences, porches, driveways, and sidewalks. In addition, it keeps everything looking cleaner for a longer period of time.

Power washing Looks Easier Than It Is

Finding the right balance of water pressure, heat, and cleaners takes years of experience. Hiring an inexperienced power washer may be cheap at first but fixing the damage they can cause may end up costing more in the long run. Experienced and professional power washers know how different materials and surfaces must be cleaned to ensure no damage will occur and do an effective job. Knowledge and experience play a crucial role in performing a great power washing job.

Increase Your Property Value

Power washing is said to be the best return on investment when it comes to home care since it is relatively inexpensive and brings amazing results. If you’re considering selling your house, the few hundred dollars you’ll spending power washing your home will ensure thousands more when you sell it.

Hiring The Right Company

Make sure you hire a trustworthy company that has great online reviews and is eager to earn your business. This means answering the phone when you call and constantly being in touch with you from start to finish. Double check that they are fully licensed and insured and that they have plenty of experience.

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Chris Capuano

Chris Capuano

Owner of All American Powerwashing (www.allamericanpowerwashing.us)

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