What is the difference of pressure washing & soft wash?
A key difference between a soft wash and pressure wash, which you may have gathered from their names, is that one uses high-pressure water while the other runs at lower pressures. Pressure washing can run anywhere from 1300 to 3100 PSI for power under normal conditions; however, it does not take as much force when applied gently because this type of cleaning has little effect on most surfaces without damaging them too much or leaving behind an oily residue in some cases where oils are being removed instead. On ordinary people who own homes should opt-out using these stronger forms unless they really need something cleaned up fast like your front steps after pollen season ends.
Pressure washing is a great way to keep your home looking pristine, but it can be time-consuming and damage certain surfaces such as your roof shingles. Soft washes combine soaps and bleach with water in order to make sure that the exterior stays clean for long-term protection and ensures you do not cause damage to the material.
You are in luck! We offer free quotes and can help you decide between soft wash or pressure washing. But that's not all we do. Our experience as construction professionals means it will be done right, so your house doesn't end up looking like a disaster zone after the job is over with us around to take care of everything from start to finish.