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September 3, 2014

Pressure Washing Services are the Best Way to Revamp Your House

Written by Alliance Environmental

Many people spend a lot of time making sure that the interior of their house is pristine at all times, but not everyone takes the same care to attend to the exterior.

The best way to ensure that the exterior of your house remains as pristine and clean as the interior is to use a pressure washing service. Pressure washing involves using a high pressure water hose to give your home a good scrub, and can completely revamp a house that is looking worn and dirty. Pressure washing can be used on all aspects of your house, including the walkways, the exterior walls of the house, chimneys and also the patio and decking on your house.

Walkway and Driveway Washes
Driveways and walkways are constantly exposed to the elements and can quickly accumulate plant and other organic matter that will cause it to look dirty. Since these paths are generally the first things people see when they arrive at your home, spending some time getting them clean will help give guests or prospective buyers a good first impression.

If the dirt has accumulated for a while, a regular garden hose won’t produce enough pressure to clean it properly because it can’t penetrate deep enough to ensure an even result. However, a pressure washer can get right down into the pores of the concrete to find the dirt and remove it, resulting in walkways that you can be proud of.

Exterior Walls of the House
The weather can seriously affect the exterior look of your house, and as the walls are constantly exposed to the elements they can quickly become worn and faded. If you live in an area that’s dusty and windy, you know how rapidly your house can start to appear dirty and how much of a hassle it is to maintain a clean look. Many people resort to repainting over exterior surfaces, which can be costly and takes a lot of time and labor.

Instead of spending money on a costly repaint job, consider scheduling a pressure washing service to get rid of deeply embedded grime without resorting to having to repaint your entire home. The pressure washing process can result in walls looking as if they’re newly painted, at a fraction of the cost and time, since the washing service reveals the paint that has been covered up by dust and dirt.

Patio and Deck Wash
The coarse material used in the construction of decking and patios is a prime magnet for dirt, and can prove to be incredibly difficult to clean using regular methods. Patios are also a common place for fungal and mold growth, which left untreated can become a health hazard. A pressure washer can remove all the dirt, mold and fungi from your decking, allowing you and your family to enjoy the outdoors in health and safety.

Vent and Chimney Washes
There are plenty of places in your home that can be quite difficult to reach using conventional methods, such as vents and chimneys. This results in vents that are clogged by dirt and organic matter, which can contaminate the air and prevent vents from functioning properly. Regular pressure washing services can penetrate the entire length of the vent with enough pressure to clean and wash all the dirt away, which will ensure that all the vents in your house are working at optimum efficiency and that the air you breath in your home is clean, sanitary and good for your health.

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