Homes that have siding are going to be pretty difficult to handle. If you wanted to wash them yourself you would have a couple of options on how to get that done. You would have to use a hose that had at least some power to it. For better results, you would have to find a way to spray some soap on the area. When you are done doing that you would probably have to dry or scrub it down or something. This whole process is without a doubt time consuming and at times could even be considered quite dangerous. We want to take both the danger and the time consumption out of the equation!
Water Is Not The Only Part of The Equation
A big part of the benefits that we bring to the table when dealing with siding is the fact that the water pressure that we apply is going to lift a lot of dirt and other junk from its resting place. With that said we are not only going to be applying water to the area. There are different types of detergents that we are going to be able to use. In order to fully clean certain areas. If we need to go into scrubbing down some very dirty places we can get that done as well.
Is There A Risk of Rusting?
When people come to us with that question we actually reply that it goes the other way around. We are going to be able to remove a lot of the rust or even mold that has developed in certain areas. Pressure washing can be a great technique to literally get a lot of old homes looking as good as new yet again. This is not something that you are going to have to be afraid of or anything like that.
How Often Should I Get This Done?
The timeline for our washing services is ideally about once every couple of months. This is not going to allow a lot of rust to develop and junk to build up. Actually, if you happen to have rust or discoloration issues we may set up a specific plan for you. To help the siding recover from what may have been years of improper cleaning. If you have a pretty new structure that you feel ok about you could space out our visits a little more. Maybe, only giving us a call at certain times of the year.
Is It A Good Idea To Use Power Washing To Remove Ice?
It is not only a good idea for some people it may even be necessary. At times big icicles are going to form on the siding and we can’t deny the fact that is may look cool for a while. The problem is that they are going to have the potential to grow a lot then break and cause plenty of damages. So ideally you will not allow them to grow to a point where they could potentially become dangerous. Power washing can help you control that.