The ProClean Team provided top-quality pressure washing service to Edgar, who was selling his home on Greenwood Ave in Seattle.

Pressure washing is the use of high-powered jets of water to clean mud, dust, grime, loose paint, moss, algae, and other residues from surfaces. The “pressure” part is what makes it so much more effective than just regular washing with water and elbow grease—and the ability for the jets of water to reach into hidden spots and cracks and blast out all the dirt. The washers produce pressures from 750 to 30,000 pound-force per square inch or psi.

This is the second time we’ve worked with Edgar, and he knows that our team is the only one who can get his home looking its best. He’s been selling his beautiful home on Greenwood Ave but knew that the exterior needed a thorough cleaning. A home is an investment, and you should keep it clean and functional as Edgar did by hiring us, The ProClean Team. He knew that if his home isn't cleaned thoroughly, no people would ever buy it. 

We got to his gorgeous home within an hour of him calling us and started our work immediately. He was surprised at how it turned out—and thanked us! He called again after a few days saying that his home was bought and that we were a part of it. We couldn't be happier for him!

Say Goodbye to Mold and Mildew with Pressure Washing

How do you calculate the cost to pressure washing a house?

You may not be aware that the price of pressure washing your home can vary significantly depending on the size and condition of the property. A larger space will take longer to clean, requiring more cleaning solutions than a smaller one—and potentially higher labor costs.

The cost to pressure washes a house is estimated per square foot. Just like Edgar’s beautiful house, he had a driveway, a walkway to his garden, a patio, and more, which meant he had to spend more money than he would typically pay for a service but not significantly deplete his bank account. But why do you need to pressure wash services for your house? Pressure Washing and Soft Washing are the most cost-effective ways to improve the look of your property and potentially save on costly repairs from preventing the decomposition of organics left on the surfaces of your property.

To keep your home looking its best, we recommend that you have your driveway and porch power washed once a year. We know from experience that it is important to use controlled pressure when washing fragile surfaces or materials like cement, which can be damaged by too much water too fast.

We use equipment that is specifically designed to clean concrete and brick surfaces quickly and evenly. Make significant changes to the appearance of your driveway and sidewalk. Concrete driveways and sidewalks, despite being relatively low maintenance, can become very dirty and discolored. Salt and snow, acid rain, moisture, and high temperatures all have a negative impact on them. So, if you're considering pressure washing your home, we provide free quotes!

What is the difference between pressure washing and power washing?

Pressure washing and power washing are two different types of cleaning that can be used on a variety of surfaces. Both methods use water, soap, and pressure to remove dirt, mildew, and other buildup. The difference between pressure washing and power washing is the way in which these cleaners are applied: Pressure washers use cold pressurized water from tanks or hoses to clean surfaces; power washers rely on electricity, usually at a low voltage, to generate hot high-pressure water jets. Let's take a closer look at how both work!

Pressure Washing

Edgar, like many of us, is definitely a fan of all of the conveniences modern living has to offer. As such, having a clean home needs to be as easy as possible for him. It's definitely not an easy task when you have a driveway and patio to maintain, and Edgar can't just call upon his trusty hose to take care of all that dirt. He needs something stronger for his house washing.

Edgar decided to go with pressure washing: it's strong enough to remove paint from unpainted concrete or brick walls without damaging either material. It is gentler on surfaces, making it ideal for use on masonry, brick, and concrete. This is what Edgar turned to since he has a patio, driveway, walkway, and others to provide it a quick clean.

Pressure washing is the process of blasting dirt, mildew, and other stains with cold water that's been under high pressure. This cleaning method works well on outdoor surfaces because colder temperatures tend to be less damaging than hot ones when it comes to getting rid of grime. Pressure washing can be used indoors, although it's not suitable for delicate surfaces such as vinyl. It has two advantages: pressure washers are strong enough to remove paint from unpainted concrete or brick walls without damaging either material; the process is gentler on surfaces than some other methods, making it ideal for use on things like masonry, brick, and concrete. 

Power Washing

A power washer's high pressure and hot water stream make it superior to other cleaning tools for loosening and removing stuck materials from surfaces. Power washing can remove chewing gum from sidewalks and other surfaces, as well as grease stains from driveways and garage floors. 

It can also be used to control weeds and moss because the powerful blast of hot water kills them and prevents their regrowth. Power washing is the most effective method for removing heavy dirt and grime from surfaces. Because it is more expensive than a pressure washing service, it is typically used only in commercial or industrial settings.

Both pressure washing and power washing are effective cleaning methods

The debate over whether pressure washing or power washing is better has raged on for years, but here's the thing: they're both equally effective. Pressure washing uses water under high pressure to blast away dirt and grime from exterior surfaces like your patio or driveway, while power washing uses a rotating or oscillating spray to physically scrub surfaces clean.

You might also consider having a professional handle the job for you—if you're not trained on how to properly use a pressure washer or power washer, you could end up damaging the surface you're working on instead of cleaning it. You would be wasting time and money! As Edgar did for his home, it's better to hire a professional cleaning team rather than risk potential buyers seeing your home in a less-than-perfect condition if you don't know what you're doing.

Say Goodbye to Mold and Mildew with Pressure Washing

Why Choose The ProClean Team?

If you are looking for a reliable and experienced pressure washing service, The ProClean Team is here to help. We have been in the business since 2009 and have become one of the leading gutter, window, roof, and deck cleaning companies in Seattle. Our team of professionals uses the latest equipment and techniques to get the job done right, every time. 

We specialize in pressure washing, roof cleaning, window cleaning, house washing, holiday lighting, gutter cleaning, and more. Contact us today for a free quote!