and water wash everything
From initial consultation to completion of your project, we are committed to:
- arrive punctually
- complete an assessment of your desires
- thoroughly inspect the project and provide recommendations as needed
- agree together with you on a price for the project
- complete the project as agreed and in a timely fashion
Your complete satisfaction or it's FREE!
We utilize state-of-the-art equipment and techniques.
There really is no project too big or too small. We use the same exacting standards no matter the scope. Whether we are washing a residential driveway or a commercial strip center, the same attention to detail is what separates us. This client is the only one we have, our future depends on it. Your satisfaction is our only goal
Your complete satisfaction or it's FREE!
Exterior Cleaning 101
While the success of many of your household cleaning tasks simply depends on choosing the right cleanser for the job, there are some cases where the labor involved in removing a film or stain may be just too much. Perhaps the stain is bound too tightly to the surface of what you want to clean, or the affected area is simply too large for vigorous hand scrubbing to be a viable option. There may be mold, algae, dirt or grime that simply cannot be cleaned by traditional methods. It could be that too many chemicals applied may damage the surface you are trying to clean or the surface of something close by. If this scenario sounds familiar, your solution might require a bit more power. That's where we come in.
Common Pressure Washing Situations
You may have seen professionals pressure washing, or maybe even done it yourself. For handling enormous cleaning tasks like houses, driveways, rain gutters, walkways, pool decks, wood decks, buildings, walls, parking areas, heavy equipment, or even statues, a pressure washer is often the right tool for the job. Pressure washing is the preferred cleaning method for removing pollution and fuel emission residue on structures in urban areas. It is also an excellent method of removing mineral, lime, and hard water deposits, mold, algae and just overall dirt. Homeowners will find that pressure washing is great for all these scenarios; it can even remove graffiti!
DIY vs. Professional Pressure Washing
There is most likely a home improvement center or hardware store in your area that will rent you a pressure washer (or at least point you in the right direction to find someone who will). Make sure that you talk to the people you rent the machine from about the task you plan to use the power washer for to see if they have any advice about technique or particular cleaning solutions you can add to make the operation go smoother.
In professional hands, this is an efficient, effective cleaning alternative that will often save money over more labor-intensive methods you may have tried. If you've never used a pressure washer before and are unsure of how they work, you may consider hiring us for the job. Because of the amount of power involved in pressure washing, an inexperienced user can unintentionally cause a great deal of damage to themselves or to the object to be cleaned. Situations like cleaning windows or siding with a power washer require a delicate and skilled hand, so even if you are confident in cleaning stains from concrete in your driveway, you might consider hiring someone for these kinds of jobs as the relatively minimal cost far outweighs the risk of injury to yourself or damage to your home.
Power or high-pressure cleaning is a directed blast of water, often discharged at five gallons per minute, from 750 pounds per square inch of pressure up to a whopping 30,000 psi. That's right! Many steel fabricators use water pressure to cut steel. For specific cleaning and stain removals, certain chemicals or solvents are added. Pressure of the washer can be adjusted by adjusting the unloader valve, by changing the tips, by adjusting the distance from the tip to the surface to be cleaned and other methods. There are several use-specific attachments that can be used for different surfaces such as roofs, sidewalks or rain gutters.