Frequently Asked Questions

About Our Pressure Washing & Exterior Cleaning Services

Below are some frequently asked questions customers are curious about before requesting a quote.

If you have a question that’s not mentioned here, please do not hesitate to contact us and our team will be in touch. 

We determine the price based on the square footage of the job, additional services, and the mileage for driving to and from the job site.

To learn more, check out these cost guides: 

Pressure washing is suitable for deep cleaning driveways, sidewalks, fencesbrickdecks, and patios. If unsure, you can always contact us.

We recommend doing an deep clean once per year.

For other services, you can do it as often as needed, depending on the level of grime. 

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Pressure washing is good for removing dirt such as stains, oil, grease, grime, mold, mildew, gum, rust, calcium, line deposits, stripping deck paintgraffiti removal, and more. To learn more, read our complete guide on pressure washer uses.

Power washing uses high-pressure hot water, which is highly effective in removing the toughest stains. Pressure washing also uses high-pressure water, just without heat. 

To learn more, read our complete guide: power washing vs. pressure washing

Absolutely! More than maintaining your home’s appearance, pressure washing keeps your family safe from health hazards, prevents property damage, and increases the value of your home.

We recommend pressure washing your driveway at least once a year to keep concrete free of dirt, grime, and stains. To learn more, here’s our complete guide about the best time to pressure wash your driveway.

Yes, you can pressure wash with water, but cleaning with soap is ideal because it expedites the process. If you’re interested in learning more about pressure washer water usage, visit our guide.

Sure, but pressure washers can easily damage your property. 

We use your water when cleaning for you, which is common for many local pressuring washing services. From our research, this is equal to a handful of showers, and we take this into consideration when quoting jobs.

You bet! We take special care when cleaning windows, as they can be easily damaged depending on the material.

For this reason, we always recommend hiring a professional to pressure wash windows.

To learn more about this process, you can read, what soap do I use when pressure washing windows?

Depending on the type of stain and the surface material, we use vinegar, citric acid, oxalic acid, bleach, Sodium Hypochlorite, Sodium Hydroxide, Ammonia, and Potassium Hydroxide.

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