Is pressure washing bad for houses? The answer here is both yes and no!
The risks of pressure washing your home include:
● Damage to roofing shingles
● Broken siding shingles
● Cracked vinyl siding
● Shattered glass windows
● Water leakage that leads to wood rot and mold issues
● Blasting the paint, finish, or brick mortar right off the walls of your house
Looking at this list, it’s pretty clear that pressure washing can be bad for your house. But this doesn’t mean that pressure washing is always bad for your home. Those who say it is, are craftspeople who recommend replacing your roof, windows, and siding as opposed to cleaning them.
If your home is starting to look a little weathered and aged, then it definitely needs some TLC. You have to decide whether you should replace the worn exterior parts of your house at significant cost or whether you should pressure wash them at the risk of damaging your home.
Fortunately, the risks of pressure washing go down to zero when you call in a professional pressure washing team.
Buildings really can take a beating during a power wash, but an experienced pressure washer with the right tools and knowledge can get the job done safely.
Here in Marietta, for example, our team her at Alpha Pressure Washing uses equipment that enables us to carefully direct the force and angle of water while pressure washing homes. The result is a powerfully deep clean that blasts away years of grime and reveals the original vibrancy of the exterior surface.
Could your house use some freshening up? Call in the pros at Alpha to meet the best pressure washing company in Marietta.
Posted on behalf of Alpha Pressure Washing