Pressure Washing FAQs

Pressure washing uses high-pressure water to remove dirt, grime, mold, and other contaminants from surfaces. Water is pressurized and sprayed through a nozzle to effectively clean various surfaces.
Pressure washing is suitable for a wide range of surfaces, including decks, driveways, sidewalks, fences, siding, roofs, patios, and more.
Pressure washing is generally safe for most surfaces, but it should be done by professionals who understand the appropriate pressure levels for different materials. To prevent damage, delicate surfaces like wood, siding or shingles require what is known as Soft Washing.
Typically, it’s recommended to have your house washed every 1-2 years. However, the frequency can vary depending on factors like climate and the level of dirt and pollutants in your area.

Driveway cleaning is effective at removing many types of surface stains.  However, the success of stain removal can vary based on the cause of the stain and if the stain has saturated deeper into the concrete, thus discoloring the concrete itself.

While some homeowners choose to clean their gutters themselves, it can be a risky and time-consuming task. Professionals have the necessary equipment and experience to safely and thoroughly clean gutters.
Even if you don’t have trees directly over your home, wind can still carry leaves and debris into your gutters. Additionally, dirt and dust can accumulate over time, necessitating periodic cleaning.

Yes, commercial pressure washing can effectively remove graffiti, restoring a clean and professional look.

Yes, regular commercial pressure washing can help prevent the buildup of dirt, grime, and contaminants that can lead to costly repairs. It also extends the lifespan of surfaces like roofs, siding, and concrete.