One of the effective ways to clean your home is pressure washing, as it is inexpensive and gives significant results. Even so, lots of homeowners are not familiar with the methods used when they call for Pressure Cleaning services.
Some people find it wondering that there are two options for pressure cleaning; high and low. Determine what tasks require high-pressure or low-pressure washing to make the most of these services, and prevent wasting money with the wrong technique.
What Is High-Pressure Cleaning?
With high-pressure washing, the water is pressurized and utilized through sheer force to penetrate deep into surfaces. The sheer force does an efficient job of wiping off tough stains, dirt, and debris. It can transform your grungy, unsightly surfaces looking brand new again.
High-pressure cleaning is only suitable for resilient surfaces like concrete. The extreme pressure will not damage such surfaces. Therefore, you should only request for a high-pressure washing if your concrete patio or driveway has been deeply embedded with dirt and grease.
What Is Low-Pressure Cleaning?
Low-pressure cleaning is a type of pressure washing but uses a lower pressure. In this case, the pressure cleaners utilize a variety of chemicals and detergents with little force to make a surface clean. Instead of pressurizing the water, this low-pressure method uses a pump that sprays the chemicals or detergents on the surface. Then the cleaners wash the surfaces with a high volume of water at low-pressure levels.
Roof cleaning is a good example of low-pressure cleaning. The same goes for washing your vinyl, aluminum, stucco siding. Low-pressure washing can get rid of the grime, moss, debris, mildew, mould, etc., on the siding and roof without the risk of damaging them. Cleaning garage doors is also appropriate for this service.