Sunday, October 22, 2017

House and Building Pressure Washing: What is the proper method of cleaning?

     For many, when you hear the terms "pressure washing", or "power washing", instantly an image comes to mind of someone using high pressure to clean your home or building. Even further, many folks still believe that using high pressure is the proper method of cleaning and/or washing a house or structure. Unfortunately, this false ideal stems from years of contractors using improper methods of cleaning, which nearly cemented a belief that high pressure washing is/was effective in cleaning.
     The problem with high pressure is that that high pressure doesn't actually clean anything. It only knocks off the top layer of whatever surface it is being used on, while not eradicating or neutralizing any algae, mold, or organic growth(s). When pressure washing a home or building, the most effective method is the SoftWash. Precision Power Washing of Evansville, Evansville's Top Rated Pressure Washing Service introduced the SoftWash to the tristate over 10 years ago. The SoftWash method of power washing utilizes a gentle application of detergents, using a psi normally not exceeding 75. After the detergents and algaecides are applied, they immediately begin to neutralize all organic growth, including the removal of mold, dirt, algae, and streaks from your home. Once the detergent application has run its course, it is then gently rinsed off, leaving your home looking like new!
     This pressure washing method is not only safer, it is substantially more effective. It also leaves your home cleaner, for much longer. When choosing an Evansville Power Washing Company, please take the time to research possible candidates. There are a few truly professional pressure washing contractors in Evansville, Newburgh, and Henderson. We appreciate the opportunity to earn your business, and look forward to working with you!

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