The Pressure Washing Process
Here at Washh, we make sure to use safe and proven techniques for our pressure washing process.
Before we start, we make sure to conduct a thorough inspection of your property to pinpoint any problem areas or hazards. We then submit a property inspection report and provide you with a quote for repairs.
There are a handful of nozzles one can use for pressure washing, each one with a specific width that can affect the outcome of the procedure. For general paint cleaning, it is recommended to use a 15- or 25-degree nozzle tip to remove dirt and other filth with ease. Siding is more delicate, so it is better to use a 25- or 40-degree nozzle tip for a gentler cleaning. It is best to stay away from 0-degree nozzle tips as those can damage stucco, wood, and other materials.
Eco-friendly Cleaning Solutions
It takes more than pressurized water to effectively clean your house exterior. Detergent is used to remove dirt, grime, and other substances from exterior surfaces. Here at Washh, we use a proprietary cleaning mixture that is better than other people’s. We tailor the cleaning solution we use depending on the material. Some materials, like vinyl, require more delicate solutions than others. You can bet we use eco-friendly detergents that work the best on your house exterior.
We rely on more than just pressure to clean surfaces. Our pressure washing machines include a brush attachment for scrubbing filth away.
Here at Washh, we are committed to cleaning your house exterior from top to bottom. That means reaching normally hard-to-reach areas. With the use of ladders and lifts, along with a safety harness and tether rope, we can easily pressure wash two-storey houses and even your roofs.
Most of the time, house pressure washing requires a softer touch. This is why we use soft washing techniques to clean more delicate materials, ensuring no damage is dealt.