Pressure washing your house in Marietta is a big project. But with a little foresight and planning, you can schedule a professional power washing at a time that’s best for your home. Here are the best times to pressure wash.
Pressure wash on a sunny day.
A little rain might not seem like a big deal when everything’s going to get soaked, anyway. But the weather conditions are more of a safety concern. You can’t safely run pressure washing equipment or climb a ladder in the rain. Plus, you need the sun to dry it all out afterwards.
Pressure wash before painting your home.
Pressure washing removes grime, dust, debris, and old paint so that you’re left with a smooth surface that’s ready for painting.
Pressure wash after landscaping.
Remove bushes or overhanging tree limbs that drop organic debris on your house or block out the sun, promoting the growth of mildew and mold. Cleaning them up provides better access to your building for pressure washing and will help your house dry out faster after the cleaning.
Pressure wash in warm weather.
Cool weather can prevent your house from drying after pressure washing. If it’s cold enough for condensation, or frost to form, then you shouldn’t pressure wash your house since the added moisture will encourage more mildew growth and damage.
Pressure wash at a time when you’re home!
Professional power washing in Marietta is the best way to clean your house, but the pressure washing team can’t help you unless you’re home.
You’ll help us do a safe and satisfactory job by being home to move your vehicles and house decorations, plus shut any cracked windows.
Call Alpha Pressure Washing to plan your next Marietta pressure washing project!
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