Can’t I just clean it myself?

You can but there are a few reasons why you shouldn’t. 

One is that “home owner” type of pressure washers from big box stores are too underpowered to produce results in a timely manner. You do not want to use high pressure on your home or roof, and the types of equipment you can buy at the big box stores offer pressure over gallons per minute which is more important.

It’s the gallons per minute that allow you to get a good amount of work done in a short amount of time. To counter this folks will resort to a more aggressive spray nozzle which ends up covering even less area and can cause damage. We come across homes weekly that have permanent etch marks from this type of use. 

Another reason is that many handymen, painters, and landscapers who offer power washing are using this very same type of equipment. 

They can damage to your home or simply get in over their heads forcing them to cut corners or abandon the project because they didn’t charge enough to cover the time it takes to do correctly.

We use specialized equipment for each type of job. We allow the chemicals to do the work rather then the pressure. This results in a gentile yet effective wash.

How often do I need my house washed?

Some people schedule regular power washing for their houses, but there is really no fixed timeframe on how often you should do this. Whether your home requires a power wash depends on the situation. Weather and other factors can affect the state of your house. When it comes to power washing a house, the best precaution is to check your home for signs on the regular.

All in all, it is pretty hard to “overwash” a home. Having a trusted company come and have a look to ensure a power wash would be a good solution for your home is the best thing a homeowner can do.

What is soft washing?

Soft washing is a cleaning method that uses a low pressure washing technique, along with a mixture of algaecides, bleach, surfactants and water, to safely clean exterior surfaces of organic stains, mildew and algae. Although soft washing, power washing and pressure washing seem similar they all use different techniques, equipment, pressure and chemicals. Power washing and pressure washing use a much more powerful water pressure than soft washing and power washing is typically done with much hotter water than pressure washing. The Soft Washing method is combined with a biodegradable disinfecting cleaning solution to kill the mold, mildew, bacteria, algae, fungus, moss and more

Will your Soft Washing damage my roof?

Our revolutionary roof wash system uses NO pressure. It is applied usually from the ground but sometimes requires the technician to use a ladder on condition and slope of roof. Our roof wash solution is applied with low pressure, around 45 psi (less than your garden hose) and the results are instant. It removes the mold, mildew, and ugly black streaks. You will be shocked to see what color your roof actually is! You can also rest assured knowing that we carry a $1M General Liability insurance policy for your protection. A new roof cost anywhere between $5,000 $12,000 while a roof wash starts at around $300 depending on sq ft.

What is this white powdery stuff on my masonry and can it be removed?

The white powdery stuff is called Efflorescence. It is caused when water seeps through and dissolves salts inside then evaporates leaving the salt on the surface. It can be removed with the right pressure and chemicals.

Will pressurized water be forced under my siding?

ABSOLUTELY NOT! We use our soft low pressure method when spraying your house. You will find our company to be more effective cleaning at low pressure to ones that use more pressure because we use a well thought out technique that will cause no damage to your house.

Can you remove oil stains from my garage or driveway that have been there for years?

In some cases. Oil stains seep deep into the concrete and after years of resting in the concrete it makes it much more difficult to restore a brand new look. This is why we use chemicals and detergents that dig beneath the concrete and eat away at the oils. Some stains will be eliminated and others will leave a gray stain after the cleaning. But either way it will look much better after being restored and cleaned by professionals.