Revitalize Your Exterior with a Soft Wash
Beneath the dirt, grime, and stains on your home or business is a stunning exterior.
The elements your property is subjected to drastically change the exterior of your home or business over time. It happens so subtly that one day, we look at our exterior and realize it looks entirely different… and not for the better. While it’s certainly preferred you don’t get to that point, when you do, pressure washing is a quick way to revitalize your exterior.
There’s Pressure Washing, Then There’s The Soft Wash
There are different types of pressure washing to choose from when deciding how you want to bring your exterior back to its original charm. And there really is no “wrong” choice, so long as you are working with a great company. You likely have heard of pressure washing, but soft washing is an alternative that may be better suited for your project (or personal preference).
Pressure Washing Overview
Pressure washing, put simply, uses high water pressure to clean. With the pressure, dirt, grime, algae, and moss are washed away. The high pressure certainly isn’t gentle, but it is definitely effective in many instances. However, the hard water pressure may not be best for your project.
The Soft Wash Difference
- Requires less water – soft washing can be thought of as pressure washing with chemicals. While there isn’t the same amount of pressure as you find with traditional power washing, the chemicals used in a soft wash allow for the same results (without the water waste).
- Gentle cleaning – the effectiveness from power washing comes from the pressure. However, not all surfaces can tolerate the high pressure. Soft washing can be used on more delicate surfaces, such as roofing, without the concern of damage from the pressure. Best of all? The results from a chemical wash are even better.
- Kills bacteria and mold – the chemicals used in a soft wash do more than make your exterior appear They ensure the surfaces are clean by killing mold and bacteria in the process.