Pressure Washing

Pressure washing, sometimes called chemical rinsing, is the process of using high-pressure water, or a chemical and water mixture, to remove mold, mildew, and dirt from driveways, patios, concrete, sidewalks, brick, siding, decks, and fences.  To prevent damaging grass, plants, shrubs, and trees, biodegradable soap should be used.

Pressure washing machines are designed with interchangeable tips that allow the operator to vary the pressure and type of stream applied.  Since an inexperienced operator might use the wrong tip and severely damage stucco, ruin a paint job, or even ruin a driveway’s surface, always hire an insured professional.