Power Washing Prices

Power Washing Prices

Most homeowners don’t think about power washing until they start to see the dirt and mildew build up on their home’s exterior. But by that point, it’s often too late – the damage has been done, and it will take a lot of time and money to restore your home to its former glory. Power washing prices can vary depending on some factors that described below.

Power washing is a quick and easy way to keep your home looking new year after year. Not only does it remove dirt, grime, and mildew, but it also restores the color of your siding and trim, making your home look new again.

Before Power Washing
Before Power Washing

How much does power washing cost?

The duration of your home’s exterior cleaning project will greatly affect its cost. On average expect to pay around hundred dollars per hour for power washing services. However, you can expect to pay a higher price if your home has a lot of intricate details on the exterior that requires special attention, or if it’s a large-volume project that requires several workers and equipment.

Two other factors that may affect the cost of your power washing project are the size and type of surface being cleaned. Be sure to ask your contractor about all hidden charges before they begin work on your home.

Why you should hire a professional? 

There are a number of reasons why you should hire a professional to power wash your home. First and foremost, hiring a professional ensures that the job will be done correctly and that your home will be cleaned safely and effectively. Professionals have the experience and training necessary to get the job done right – they know how to use the right equipment and how to apply the right amount of pressure to get the best results.

They also have the proper insurance coverage in case something goes wrong – for example, if they accidentally damage your property while power washing it. Hiring a professional also guarantees that you’ll receive a high-quality finished product, rather than trying to do it yourself and risking bad results.

Finally, hiring a pro saves you a lot of time and hassle. Even if you have the experience, equipment, and know-how to power wash your home yourself, who wants to spend hours scrubbing their house from top to bottom? And even if you don’t mind the work, it’s still too much effort to take on for just one average-sized home.

What types of exterior surfaces can be cleaned with power washing?

You can power wash just about any type of exterior surface – siding, brick or stone, wood decks, and fencing – as well as driveways and parking areas. While there are some surfaces that should not be pressure washed (for example, metal roofing), most exteriors can benefit from a thorough cleaning. This is especially true for houses, decks, and fences that are suffering from mildew or algae growth.

After Power Washing
After Power Washing

What really needs to be cleaned?

It’s essential to take care of any loose paint or dirt before power washing your home. This means getting rid of old caulk (if needed) and molding around doors and windows, making sure the gutters are clear, etc. It’s also best to clean an average-sized house in sections so you’re not overwhelmed by the job – work on one part of the house while another section is drying, then move on to the next area. The last thing you want to do is have a giant mess on your hands!

Brown’s Pressure Washing and Roof Cleaning
210 N Main St Suite 104, Goodlettsville, TN 37072
(615) 581-1581


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