There isn’t one hard and fast rule that determines when pressure washing your home using a residential pressure washing company is the right call to make. Most homeowners know that pressure washing their home will promote curb appeal, increase the home’s value, and to get rid of unattractive grime, dirt, dust, and pollen buildup.
If you’re a homeowner that knows regular maintenance of your property – inside and out, is the best way to get the best return on your investment, then here are some of the most common situations when you should consider the professionals at Griff’s Services for exceptional powerwashing of your home.
4 Times for Pressure Washing your Home
1. Annual maintenance
Depending on your home’s location, you may want to consider an annual power washing of your property, including your home, garage, driveways, sidewalks, patio, and decks. Some areas in the US have dirtier air and higher levels of airborne pollen that can attach to outdoor surfaces. Annual pressure washing services can remove mold, mildew, grime, grease, stuck-on food, and sticky beverage spills.
Include an exterior cleaning of your home as part of your annual spring or fall maintenance program.
2. Before selling your home
This is another great time to thoroughly clean your home’s exterior. A power washing will refresh any home’s exterior by lifting the dark shade caused by dirt and brightening paint, brick, and vinyl siding colors. If you’re about to put your house on the market, consider pressure washing services especially for brick homes that have lost their pristine look due to the accumulation of dirt inside the crevices of the brick siding. And you will be amazed at the vibrant color of your vinyl siding after powerwashing your home.
3. After ground-breaking construction
If there is any construction near your home that must break ground, then a pressure washing should be one of your first projects when the workers are done. Dirt from construction projects will go airborne and leave a fine silt on everything around. And if the construction or remodeling is on your own home, then expect the dust from cutting drywall, sawdust from wood, and all sorts of construction debris to be left behind.
4. Before painting or major renovations
If you’re considering a major home renovation such as new doors and windows, painting, or other projects, it may be a good idea to powerwash the home before the workers begin. This is especially true for any work being done on the home’s facade or exterior, such as painting, vinyl siding, tuckpointing, and regrouting. When you choose pressure washing service before painting the exterior of your home, the paint will adhere better, last longer, and will it will reduce the chances of paint chipping or cracking.
Contact Griff’s Services for residential power washing services that includes driveway cleaning, wood and vinyl deck washing, and vinyl or aluminum siding cleaning.