You might be surprised to learn that there are actually two different forms of power washing. Below is a quick explanation of each, in case you're curious to learn what might work best in your situation.
High Pressure Washing
This is the use of highly pressurized water to clean surfaces. This is a great solution for things like sidewalks, driveways, retaining walls, and stone. It is not typically advisable to clean your home's siding with high pressure, as it can damage the siding and shorten its lifespan.
This is the use of various chemical solutions to remove dirt, mold, mildew, paints and stains, and other nuisance debris. The solution is applied and rinsed away with much lower pressure, as to prevent any damage that might otherwise be caused by high pressure washing. Soft wash is often the best option for siding, and wooden decks or fences.
Every job will vary, so we are more than happy to go over what exactly we'll be doing at your home or business!