For regular house, building or a sidewalk pressure cleaning, we suggest you consider a compact pressure washer (1800 - 2500 PSI) or pickup mount pressure washers. If you are interested in deck cleaning and strip paint jobs we recommend electric pressure washers or exceptionally powerful honda powerwashers.
A pressure washer is one of the best time saving tools to come along in years. Besides cleaning the house or a building from a dust, dirt, or bird residual, pressure washing houses should also be done when you want to prepare it for new paint by removing a chalking residue from old oil or latex paint. Our high-velocity water sprays are exceptionally good not only because they're fast but also because they scour the old paint so the new coat will adhere better.
We would like to show you how to pressure wash your house safely and professionally, so that it will look just like new and/or you will be able to prepare the surface for a new paint. Pressurewashing will work on wood, granite, asphalt, bricks and aluminum. We do not recommend using it only on hard boards because they are more sensitive and if the pressure is applied for extended and long periods the surface can be damaged.
Please, do not use a ladder in order to pressure wash high points since the recoil from the pressure can knock you off balance. Make sure you cover all electric outlets and always avoid lights since water can create a short circuit. Before you pressure wash black spots and clean top corners, identify whether you are dealing with fungus or just extremely dirty areas. Spray any household bleach on the blackened area and if it does not fade away you can clean it with a pressure washer. If it does, you will have to use a brush.