All Your Pressure Washing Questions, Answered.
General Pressure Washing Questions
It is always something to be concerned about. We train all of our technicians in plant protection and spraying techniques to avoid these issues. If any plant is harmed, we replace with no questions asked.
We bag the gutters as a precaution, however, after a couple of days, Sodium Hydroxide turns back into salt and will cause no harm.
Only on hard surfaces such as concrete and wood, for siding and roofing, we never use pressure and always recommend soft-washing.
It is an additional charge, not quoted in the roof wash unless otherwise agreed upon.
We highly recommend purchasing gutter whitening, because we do not include gutter cleaning in a typical roof cleaning. The only thing that is standard is a roof treatment; any surface that comes in contact with the cleaner will get cleaned, that is why we recommend multiple services at the initial cleaning.
We are a customer service business that happens to power wash. Our team members are trained and tested in best practice, as well as background checked and approved by a third party to verify they are safe on your property.
Well water will have no effect on the cleaning.
We always soft-wash roofs, and do not use pressure to clean. This process is recommended by ARMA as the safest and most efficient way to clean a roof.
Soft washing is the introduction of low-pressure detergent cleaning rather than high pressure. We apply our cleaning detergent with low pressure, after ample dwell time we rinse the cleaning detergent off with garden hose pressure. We use cleaning agents to kill the mold rather than displacing it with high pressure, the clean with soft-washing last longer than the clean from power washing.