Give yourself a break and let our team handle your next power washing job. Power washing is simple, but doing a thorough job takes time. We go the extra mile to make sure your walkways and driveways look just as good as the first day you moved into your home, All grime and dirt buildup will be stripped from your home with our highly efficient pressure washing equipment, while we make sure that mold or moss isn’t infesting your property.
You’ll be delighted to come home to a beautiful exterior, and even happier that you won’t be tracking in dirt and god-knows-what when you walk inside of your home. If you would like to learn more about our pressure washer services or get a cost estimate, contact us today.
- Walkway and sidewalk pressure washer – Much like your driveway, walkways and sidewalks get a lot of use. Keeping their surfaces clean prevents family and guests from slipping and falling on grimy surfaces. This is especially important in the Pacific Northwest, where rain mixes with slimy surfaces to create a slick sheen that leads to injury and emergency room visits.
- Deck pressure washing – Your deck is yet another surface that can quickly become dangerous if grime and vegetation are left unchecked. Our experts will pressure wash deck surfaces to ensure they’re safe and look brand new. Please note that we do not pressure wash wood decks.
- House pressure washing – Most areas around the home can be pressure washed, including the house itself. When pressure washing a home, it’s important to know what areas should be avoided. For example, pressure washing your roof could severely damage your shingles, and there are other areas of the home where using a pressure washer simply isn’t a good idea.
If you would like more information about pressure washing your driveway, sidewalks, deck, or home, contact us today.
Next, use a degreaser to loosen stains and grime on the driveway. Some pressure washers have attachments for degreasers. If yours does not have this feature, you should use a scrub brush to work the degreaser into the concrete.
Now you’re ready to pressure wash but you should check the directions on the unit and make sure you’re using it properly. A spray wand must be attached to the washer with a special pressure hose. Most units have different nozzles for different purposes and surfaces. Use low-pressure nozzles to apply the degreaser and the high-pressure nozzle when you rinse it off. If you have a brick driveway, DO NOT use the high-pressure nozzle at all.
When you pressure wash the driveway, work your way down sweeping the wand from side to side. First, use the degreaser and then let it sit for 15 minutes. Make sure it stays wet even if you have to make a second application. Rinse the concrete using the same pattern only changing to the high-pressure nozzle. Rinse away all detergent and pay close attention to heavier stains.
Finally, apply a concrete sealant, which will protect the driveway from staining. Use a roller with an extension pole to apply the sealer coat. Make sure it’s dry before you use the driveway.
That’s it! Now you’re a pressure washing pro. Well, almost. If you’d rather leave your pressure to our team and save yourself the hassle, fill out our online form and we will send you a price quote.
Contact us today and keep your home’s surfaces looking new
Pressure washing is yet another home project that seems easy but it’s far easier to let someone else do the work quickly and affordably. Contact us today and let us do your dirty work.