Areas of your home that should be regularly pressure cleaned
When you see your house facade getting yellow or darkening with time, you probably wish you had a magic wand that could take care of that and bring your house to its former glory.
We can offer a simple, magical solution to the problem: you can, and should, pressure clean your house. It will bring the same desired results, albeit with a little extra effort.
How often should you pressure wash your house?
You can spruce up your house exterior once or twice a year. If you’re starting to notice that your house used to be much lighter, then it’s definitely the right time to break out the pressure washer.
Furthermore, if you’re prepping your house for an external paint job or a sale, pressure washing is an excellent idea. Here are the areas of your home that should be regularly pressure washed.
You should pressure clean the siding of your home at least once or twice a year. If you have vinyl siding, you know how quickly it retains dirt. You can easily restore it and make it look brand new. Just remember to start at the top and work your way down.
Brick and concrete sidewalks
Sidewalks, pathways, and driveways get dirty almost in a blink of an eye. If you regularly pressure wash your driveways and sidewalks, your property will look more appealing. Furthermore, you won’t spread that dirt around. Rain, snow, mud, and mildew growth sometimes leave your outdoors looking like an abandoned lot. However, you can restore them to their original state and color with just one pressure washing session.
Wood tends to darken with age. However, a pressure washer can do wonders for the color of your patio. Still, you have to make sure that you aren’t holding your washer too close and that you don’t apply to much pressure. Wood isn’t as sturdy as concrete, so be mindful, or you’ll end up with a splintered patio.
Even if your home is painted, you should still regularly pressure clean it. If you hire a a professional pressure cleaning company like ours, we will leave your house clean and your paint job untouched.