Pressure Washed Or Soft Washed?

This post was created to answer commonly asked questions on what surfaces should be Pressure Washed or Soft Washed.

Pressure Wash or Soft Wash Vinyl Siding? Pressure washing machines are too strong and can cause damage to the siding. Soft Washing is the proper way to clean and protect your vinyl siding.

Pressure Wash or Soft Wash Aluminum Siding? Soft Washing is the recommended cleaning method for aluminum siding. Soft Washing will clean and kill all algae mold and mildew without damaging the paint.

Pressure Wash or Soft Wash Stucco? Stucco is a soft, porous material that can easily be damaged and striped with a pressure washer. Soft Washing is the recommended method to clean protect and restore all stucco siding.

Pressure Wash or Soft Wash Brick? Brick is porous and algae and other contaminants get deep within the pours of the brick and start to eat away at the brick and grout. We use a Pressure Washing and Soft washing combo on brick to clean in a safe and effective way to restore and beautify your brick.

Pressure Wash or Soft Wash Concrete? Pressure Washing is the recommended method to clean and restore concrete. Our goal cleaning concrete is to use correct pressure to restore your concrete surfaces without damage.

Pressure Wash or Soft Wash a Roof? Soft Washing a roof is the recommended cleaning method for all roof types. Asphalt shingles and roof tiles can and will be damaged if too much pressure is applied. However a Soft Wash treatment can be safely applied to kill any existing algae, moss, or lichens.

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