What Is Pressure Washing?
Before we get started, let's cover the basics of pressure washing.
Pressure Washing vs Power Washing
Pressure washing is the use of high-pressure water to remove dirt, grime, mildew, and other build-up from surfaces. The high-pressure water loosens and breaks down the build-up so that it can be easily rinsed away, leaving behind a clean surface.
Pressure washing is different from power washing in that power washing also uses chemicals in addition to high-pressure water to remove stubborn build-up. Power washing is generally used for more industrial applications, such as cleaning warehouses or heavy machinery. For most residential pressure washing needs, plain old high-pressure water will do the trick.
Benefits of Pressure Washing
As we mentioned before, one of the main benefits of pressure washing is that it can prolong the life of your wood surfaces by removing build-up that can lead to rot or other damage. But that’s not the only reason to consider pressure washing your home. Pressure washing can also:
- Make your home look brand new again
- Increase your curb appeal
- Improve air quality around your home
- Help preserve paint and other finishes
- Eliminate mold and mildew growth
Pressure Wash Driveways
Pressure Wash Building Exteriors