Top Four Reasons to Power Wash Your Home
1. Pressure washing is one of the most affordable and simplest ways to increase your homes value.
Most vinyl siding homes can be fully washed for under $400 and instantly increases your properties value. Pressure washing has the ability to remove 10+ years of dirt, fungus, and algae attaches to the side of your home.
2. Preventative maintenance can save you money on future costly repairs.
Preventative maintenance should be the number one reason a home should be washed. An annual cleaning is similar to changing the oil in your vehicle. Cleaning the exterior of our home can extend the life of your siding; prevent rotting of your deck and other wooden areas. Simply put an annual cleaning can add years of life to your largest investment and save you money on costly repairs.
3. Curb appeal can add value to your home
It just makes sense to remove obvious unsightly stains and mildew from your home. Quite frankly it can be depressing to see your home in this manner and since your home is your largest investment it should be care after. A simply day of pressure washing your home can honestly breathe new life into your homes visual appeal. Many of our customers are amazed at how beautiful their house really is underneath all the dirt and grime.
Many real-estate agents believe a clean first impression of your home can instantly increase the value of your home as much as 5-10%.
4. Safety and health of those who live in or visit your home.
Dirt, mold mildew and oil residue are the primary causes that create safety and health issues around and in your home. Pressure washing also helps remove the intrusion of allergens in your home which. Additionally cleaning the walkways and driveways can remove slippery surfaces that can result in bodily injury for friends and family.
We Use Safe Soft Washing Techniques on Most Projects
What is Soft Washing?
Soft washing is simply the most effective, safe, and efficient way to pressure wash most homes. If you have ever used a pressure washer before, you should remember the extreme force and power. In short we use differnt tip sizes to lower the pressure to fit the cleaning application, and for most homes low pressure is ideal. In some cases we must use higher pressure to wash your home, depending on the certain application.
How do you then remove the grime from my home with low pressure?
Great question. The answer lies in our house wash cleaning agents. Your home is pre-wetted and then sprayed with an algaecide, softener, and water surfactant for optimum cleaning power and effectiveness. After the dirt, mold, and mildew is broke down from your home, we then give your home a gentle rinse with 100% water (up to 6 gallons a minute) to remove all the topical debris and grime.
Will my Plants be hurt?
Absolutely not! To insure the safety of your plants, landscaping and property, we pre-wet all surfaces before the cleaning agent is sprayed.
Here is a Video Demonstration on the Steps Throughout the Soft Washing Process.
Most 1,2, and 3 story homes can be cleaned from the ground with minimal ladder use due to the advancements in cleaning technologies.
What Do You Guys Clean?
First off, we pressure wash all around Lancaster County and here is a list of projects we normally pressure clean.
Houses (all types) | Apartment Complexes/Townhouses | Patios | Concrete Regular or Stamped | Decks/Fences | Paint Prep/Removal | Buildings/Signs/Entrances | Gutter Cleaning | Sheds or Other Storage Units
Our Full House Wash Packages Start at $249.
PS: In Case You Forgot, Mr Window Is Insured for $1,000,000.
We Also Clean & Restore Treks Decks
Thank you for browsing our site for your desired pressure washing needs in Lancaster PA. Please don’t hesitate to email, call or text with any inquires.
We Restore, Clean & Maintain; Buildings | Home Exteriors | Vinyl Siding | Brick | Dryvit | Stucco | Stone | Roofs | Decks | Concrete Cleaning | Aluminum Siding | Soffit | Fascia | Gutter & Downspout | Mold Removal | Restaurants | Driveways | Parking Lots | Condominiums | Townhouses | Apartments | Common Areas | Pool Houses | Clubhouses