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Pressure Washing

Jimmy and his crew were awesome! This was the first time I ordered pressure washing and am really impressed with the results. They cleaned every inch of my patio and walkway and it looks fantastic.

-- Hanna Fischel. in Gaithersburg MD

Pressure Washing

A great job on my porch and driveway. I would recommend you guys anytime. Up till now I thought I could clean the grime off with a garden hose. But your guys showed up with the commercial pressure washing machine, and my driveway and edging looks brand new.

-- Curtis Daniels. in San Antonio TX

Pressure Washing

Until you guys showed up, I thought I needed a new fence. It's amazing what a little scrubbing with a pressure washer can do. My fence and my patio furniture look new. I couldn't be more pleased.

-- Tristan Razo. in Colorado Springs CO


question What types of surfaces do you power wash?

  • Before power washing any surfaces, understand the difference between pressure washing and power washing, which can damage some surfaces.
  • Power washing and pressure washing are essentially the same but with one key difference. Both use highly pressurized water to remove grime from surfaces, but a power washer heats the water.
  • Know when to use which washer. Power washing is excellent to use on hard, heat-resistant surfaces to remove mold, mildew, grime, and grease. Long driveways or large commercial projects are typically power washed.
  • Avoid using a power washer on brick, concrete, masonry, siding, wood, or soft surfaces. The combined heat and pressure may cause irreversible damage.
  • Pressure washing will clean your surfaces without the heat. A pressure washer is great for cleaning projects that include soft surfaces, tiled areas, wood, concrete, brick, masonry, or small driveways.
  • Note: There are some surfaces on which you shouldn't use either a power washer or pressure washer. Laminar sandstone, painted surfaces, stained wood, asphalt roofing, or anything old should never be power washed or pressure washed.

question How frequently should I power wash my deck, siding, driveway?

  • Pressure washing, which doesn’t heat the water, can be performed about once a year on safe surfaces to maintain a polished look and remove any stains.
  • Due to power washing’s combined heat and pressure, it’s best to avoid power washing your soft surfaces, like decks, siding, or a small driveway — reserve power washing for heavy-duty cleanings and hard, heat-resistant surfaces.
  • Power wash these hard, heat-resistant surfaces when mold, grease, grime, or algae begins to return.

question What's a fair price for pressure washing?

The average cost of pressure washing and power washing is $250, yet prices range from $100 to $500 depending on the size of the project.

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