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The what and when of power washing your house

by Baltimore Pressure Washers Pressure Washing Company

Cleaning the outdoor surfaces of your home can seem like a daunting task. Luckily, there are many modern tools and tricks of the trade, which can help you, achieve this goal without causing too much stress or draining your wallet. One of the most effective of these tools is the pressure washer.

The power washer uses extreme water pressure to blast off the built-up grime, dirt, dust, and various other substances that build upon a surface over time. This tool is mostly useful for outdoor surfaces where the materials in question are sturdy and excessively exposed to the elements.

What to Power Wash?

Before determining how often you should hire a residential/commercial power washer to power wash your building, you must first determine what exactly you are interested in washing. Some of the most common surfaces that are washed using water pressure include the following:

- The exterior walls of houses

- Driveways

- Back porches

- Decks

- The sidewalks outside your home or in your backyard

- Metal siding on your home or business

- Any masonry work on your house

These various surfaces are likely to become discolored and unattractive over a period of time when they are exposed to the various forms of weather abuse that can occur over a year. Also, white or lighter surfaces are more likely to show grime and dirt sooner than darker surfaces.

How Often Should I Pressure Wash?

There are no certain time restrictions as to when you should or should not power wash the outside of your house. However, it is good practice to get your surfaces professionally power washed every six to nine months.


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