Spring is springing
Pressure Washing and Power Washing can and will damage soft surfaces such as
wood, paint, vinyl and shingles if not done correctly.
SIDEWALKS, DRIVES & BRICK PAVERS
In today’s pressure washing markets, just about anybody who does this
professionally and has the skills, equipment, and know how, will be
cleaning most surfaces using a soft wash approach. There are, however,
exceptions where using a bit more pressure is acceptable. Mainly these
exceptions are limited to brick, concrete or masonry type surfaces, but
even then the pressure is just part of the equation; t
are the real story.
PORCHES & DECKS
Winter can wreak havoc on porches and decks. Remember, a power washer in the wrong hands can damage wood and decking material. A soft wash,non abrasive approach is recommended.
SPRINKLER RUST REMOVAL
systems over spray water onto the sides of houses, buildings, sidewalks,
and driveways, where it eventually forms rust stains. These stains can
build up and become quite severe over time if left untreated.