Bend Oregon Pressure Washing FAQ's
Pressure Washing vs. Power Washing: What's the Difference?
While both methods of washing are known for using pressure to make it possible for water to clean up a variety of surfaces, what sets both apart is the heat. Power washing machines use heated water. Meanwhile, the water used by pressure washers isn’t heated. The heated water in power washing makes it easier to clean surfaces with tough to remove grime. The power washing machine tends to be more heavy-duty as well.
Is it OK to pressure wash siding?
Yes. However, it has to be done carefully and only by people who know exactly what they are doing. While siding may look hard on the outside but they are not that hard and can get damaged if the wrong pressure is applied. Tapping the services of expert and experienced pressure washing specialists is always the way to go.
When Should I Pressure Wash My Home?
The best time to get the dirt outside of your home cleaned off is on a sunny day. With this, the sun can help dry the house thoroughly. You can also get some power washing done during the change of seasons which will help strip away any dirt or debris that is leftover. This ensures that your home will be all set and ready for the incoming season.
How often should you clean the outside of your house?
It’s not always easy to tell how often you should get the outside of your home cleaned off using pressure washing. But it should be easy to tell when your exteriors need a good and thorough scrub down simply by just looking at its current state. If you can see that it looks dirty, then it is high time you call in a professional pressure washer to get the job done.
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