What is residential pressure washing?
Pressure washing for residential buildings is generally done with pressure and hot water. Homeowners use pressure washing mostly to get rid of mold that formed on their sidings. This is the frequent issue for people living close to a stream. Pressure washing is also used to get rid of all kinds of stains and thus increase the appearance of a building and the surface adhesion before applying a coating (paint or other).
Could pressure washing damage my house’s sidings?
No, pressure washing won’t damage the siding of your house, duplex or condo building. The reason is simple: we use a washer that offers the option to adjust the level of the water pressure being sprayed. Thus, we adjust this tool to the adequate pressure to clean thoroughly each surface, but without damaging it. PVC, iron, steel, aluminum, brick and concrete do not have the same hardness, which means they all have a different corrosion resistance. We take into consideration this detail in order to protect properly your coating.
What kind of sidings can be pressure washed?
The residential buildings we clean are the following:
- Houses and multi-residential buildings (exterior)
- Fronts and façades
What sort of materials can be pressure washed?
Our high-pressure washer can be used to clean all kinds of stains (pollution, mold, chalk, oil, old paint, gum, etc.) and all surfaces:
- And much more!
To get more information about residential pressure washing or to take an appointment for a free estimate, call us at 514-708-8462. We will be happy to answer your questions.