There are two types of washing: pressure washing and power washing
Power washing uses heated water, and much higher pressures than most consumer pressure washers to remove built-up dirt, gum, grime, mildew and many other eyesores embedded in stone, concrete, wood, or brick (diminishing your property’s value!).
For hard-to-clean stains on cement or other hard surfaces, we use our flat surface steam cleaner. This is one of the most effective ways of removing ugly concrete stains caused by motor oil and other spilled material.
This is one of the most cost-effective ways to revitalize your property.
Low Pressure Washing
For certain building materials, such as roof tiles and shingles, we use a lower pressure that is gentle enough to prevent damage, yet strong enough to remove buildup.
If you’re getting ready to host some clients, or just need to quickly spruce up your common areas, a light power-wash would quickly make your entrance, courtyard, and balconies look amazing. Over time the build up of dust, cobwebs, and dirt can make areas look unpleasant. Having a yearly light power-wash can maintain the areas most of your guests see when paying you a visit.