Pressure washing, or more commonly known as power washing, can efficiently clean your home or business by blasting away unwanted debris. Despite this, power washing can also cause harm if misused.
In this post, Sunco Window Cleaning LLC provides the do’s and don’ts of power washing that you need to be familiar with:
Do’s and Don’ts
Prep before starting. Test the water flow from your hose first, maybe while window cleaning. Do this to make sure your water supply pressure is adequate. Do not underestimate the strength of your power washer. Always start with the lowest pressure setting and adjust it as needed.
Note that not every component is a good candidate for power-washing, particularly if it is already showing signs of wear and tear. The driveway, walkway, patio and deck are usually safe for cleaning with your power-washer. Use a specific nozzle tip for every job for more effective cleaning. Adjust your spray’s angle to direct the force of your power washer’s stream over, under or around any dirty object without causing unnecessary strain.
For roof cleaning, where you need to spray unreachable spots and places, be careful not to go too hard at your shingles so the force of the water doesn’t damage them.
Getting That Pristine Clean Back Easily
Power washing is a great way to recapture your home’s or your commercial space’s best appearance. Sunco Window Cleaning professionals use high-pressure jets of water to safely blast away any unwanted debris that has collected on your home or business. Unlike a DIY power-washing, what we do is the result of years of experience, so you can be sure your home is safe and no part of it will be damaged by our work.
Regain that curb appeal and make the exterior of your home or commercial residence in Milton, WA, look new again! Call us today at (253) 257-1969 for a consultation.