Pressure Washing

Pressure washing is the term of using pressurized water to remove dirt, algae, grime, and other impurities from your outdoor surfaces. Varying methods can be used, depending on the machine and surface.

Over the years, pressure washing has taken on many names, including power washing, jet washing, ect. However, they all mean the same thing, and have been used interchangeably.

Pressure washing is an amazing way for the surfaces that require much more pressure than a soft wash; which is usually reserved for houses and vinyl siding. For example, concrete and aggregate is cleaned through the pressurized water used to get to the dirt and wash it away. Concrete is porous and the contaminants soak deep into the concrete, requiring high pressure to lift them out.

Other uses for pressure washing can be helpful if you are looking to repaint your deck. It looses the old paint and strips in clean. This is a very critical process and must be done by a knowledgable team with with experience, and not recommended as an at-home project.How Does This Happen?

So how does this happen in the first place? Without regular pressure washing, mold and mildew can grow undisturbed. Your pool deck, fence, roof, patio, and more are exposed to the elements and are susceptible to mold and algae. Water and dirt are mold and mildew’s best friends. The moisture created can build into the perfect breeding ground for mold spores, which are fungi. They create the green we see on our outdoor surfaces.

For more information on pressure washing, click on the link below for a free quote for your house, flatwork, roof, and so much more: https://www.brownspressurewashing.org

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