Most times, many households believe it would be more economical or productive to DIY pressure wash their home and property. As fun and intelligent as this may seem, it can actually be detrimental to your property. In this blog, the 5 challenges of pressure washing your home yourself will be shared allowing you to further understand why hiring a professional is the better way to go.

To start, and maybe the most important, is the injuries that can come from using this equipment without experience. This equipment itself is not difficult to use; however, when using it in hard to reach places may result in personal injuries. Imagine climbing a ladder to reach a tricky area, you pull the nozzle and the kickback throws you off the ladder. This of course will not happen every time but it is definitely something to be aware of if there is no prior experience of pressure washing.

Second, there is gouging and potential water damage. Most pressure washers with experience use between 1300-3000+ PSI for cleaning. If you are unaware of...


Many homeowners rarely consider hiring professionals to clean their homes. This is largely due to the fact that many of them are not fully aware of what pressure/power washing entails. To make it a little simpler, this blog will discuss what both of these services are and the ways in which they differentiate. It will also inform you of which is better to use for your home as opposed to commercial spaces.

Firstly, the terms power washing and pressure washing are often used interchangeably. Although this is somewhat acceptable, they are not entirely the same service and are used on different surfaces and types of properties. Knowing these differences will help you determine which service you actually need to help get your home looking fresh and clean again. However, the basic function is the same. Power washing and pressure washing both use highly pressurized water to help remove dirt and other materials from hard surfaces. Similarly, they both use similar amounts of water pressure. How much water pressure depends on the type of machine used but that makes no difference to...


When it comes to pressure/power washing, many households only see the value when it comes to enhancing the overall appearance of their home. Whether that be the facade, the windows, the fence, or the driveway, this is not the only good thing that comes from this service. What most do not know is that pressure washing has additional benefits. Below, I will list and describe a few so you can be more confident in making an appointment to have your home cleaned.

To start, pressure washing will indeed clean your home. It has the ability to get rid of the grime, dirt, mildew and mold that naturally accumulates on all parts of your home. While being able to eradicate these from surfaces, it does so in a very safe manner as it solely uses water. There are two benefits to the sole use of water. Firstly, you can ensure no toxic chemicals will be found on your property. So, no need to worry about children or pets getting a taste or sniff of something harmful to them. Additionally, no need to worry about any chemicals affecting the home such as stripping...


Pressure washing has quickly become one of the preferred methods of cleaning a variety of surfaces in both residential, commercial, and business locations. From sidewalks and patios to residential home exteriors, pressure washing is suitable in a number of different cleaning contexts. Pressure washing is an excellent way of maintaining or restoring the look of the home, with many realty agents recommending that potential sellers invest in a pressure wash as a way of boosting the curb appeal and listing price of their home. When used to treat concrete sidewalks, pressure washing is a quick, easy, and efficient way of removing all manner of dirt or salt deposits that contribute to surface weathering. If you are worried about having to invest time and energy replacing another stained deck, then pressure washing may be your answer, as it is one of the best ways to boost their longevity. Read on to learn about the many benefits of pressure washing!