Rosemary Beach FL Power Washing

Siding, shutters and decks looking tired? Let Rosemary Beach FL power apply up to 5,000 psi (pounds per square inch) of high-pressure steam to clean your wood, vinyl, brick or stucco exterior – and your patio, sidewalks, decks and driveway, too.

Whole-house power washing business

Rosemary Beach FL power’s ultra-green power washing doesn’t just clean: it actually sterilizes outdoor surfaces. Mud, dust, droppings and mildew vanish like magic – without plant-damaging detergents.

More powerful – yet gentler – than do-it-yourself power-washing equipment, our whole-house power washing business will protect your paint job, boost your curb appeal and help maintain the value of your home.

Keep your interiors sunny, your decks and siding unsoiled, your screens clean and your lights bright–all with minimal environmental impact – by working with the trusted staff at Rosemary Beach FL power. Residential window cleaning, blind cleaning, and whole house are just some of the services we offer to help you maintain your home.

Prepare the site for pressure washing by taking the following precautions:

  • Remove any obstacles from the work area that could cause a trip hazard or tangle your hose.
  • Wet and cover nearby plants.
  • Cover electrical components including light fixtures.
  • Close all windows and doors.

Tips for Pressure Washing Siding:

  • To prevent streaks, spray cleaning solution from the bottom and working up in identifiable sections. Allow the solution to work five to 10 minutes. Don’t let it dry; keep it wet.
  • Use a rotating scrub brush attachment to scour heavily soiled areas of your siding.
  • Use a general, medium-pressure pattern to rinse. Flush any detergent from the system, and test the cleaning power on an inconspicuous area. Rinse the detergent and residue, working from the top down. Work in the same direction as any overlaps to keep water out from underneath the siding.

Pressure Wash Soffits & Gutters

  • Use a general, high-pressure spray pattern to clean soffits and gutters.
  • Give soffits and gutters a good rinsing first with plain water to reduce the streaks and spots from dripping wastewater or detergent applied to other parts of the house.
  • Aim the stream ahead and to the side as you work to keep the water off yourself.

 

Pressure Wash Stucco

Stucco’s textured surface collects a lot of dust and dirt. A pressure washer can quickly blast away this buildup.

Before pressure washing, patch any cracks or chips in the stucco’s surface. Allow these patches to dry for a week before beginning the pressure washing project. Remove obstacles from the work area, cover nearby plants and electrical components, and close all windows and doors before pressure washing.

Tips for Pressure Washing Stucco:

  • To prevent streaks, spray cleaning solution from the bottom and working up in identifiable sections. Allow the solution to work five to 10 minutes. Don’t let it dry; keep it wet.
  • Use a rotating scrub brush attachment to scour heavily soiled areas of your stucco.
  • Switch to a delicate, low-pressure spray pattern, and flush remaining detergent from the system.
  • When you rinse the detergent, hold the gun and wand so the spray pattern hits the surface at a 45-degree angle, and keep the nozzle at least 24 inches away from the stucco.
  • Work from the top down to remove the detergent and residue.
  • Use a rust-removing detergent on rust and copper stains, and scrub by hand with a soft-bristle brush. Flush with plenty of clean water.

Pressure Wash Brick

The classic look of brick makes it a popular choice for home builders, but dirt, grime and moss can cause discoloration over time. Pressure washing is a quick way to restore your bricks to their former beauty.

Before you pressure wash your bricks, patch damaged mortar, and allow it to dry for at least a week. Remove obstacles from the work area, cover plants and electrical components, and close windows and doors before pressure washing.

Tips for Pressure Washing Brick:

  • Brick is porous and absorbs quickly, so before you apply detergents, thoroughly soak the surface of your bricks with clear water using a delicate, low-pressure spray pattern to prevent absorption of the detergent.
  • Apply detergent from the bottom to the top, and allow it to soak for five to 10 minutes. Keep the bricks wet as needed if any areas begin to dry out.
  • Use less pressure and more detergent to clean brick.
  • Use a rotating scrub brush as needed to scour areas that are heavily soiled.
  • Rinse the detergent and residue from the top to the bottom with a low-pressure, delicate spray pattern. You might have to make several passes to clean deep stains completely.
  • If efflorescence (a white, powder-like residue) remains a problem after your house has completely dried, clean with an efflorescence remover by hand. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
  • When you’re done cleaning, seal your bricks with a brick and mortar sealer. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

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