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Pressure Washing

Pressure washing, pressure cleaning, power washing all basically means the same thing.

Pressure Washing

Depending on what part of the country you’re from determines which term you use to describe exterior cleaning with pressurized water. Pressure washing can be broken down into two categories; HOT water or Cold-water pressure washing. There's a place for either method. Typically, hot water pressure washing is more often used in industrial or commercial cleaning applications. Whereas, cold water is more common for residential and most commercial applications. Wash Pro’s of the treasure coast is outfitted with top-of-the-line equipment to provide the best results using either hot or cold-water cleaning methods.

Some examples of our hot water cleaning applications:

  • Gas stations (fuel, oils, gum, heavy stains, etc). 
  • High foot traffic areas common at condos and restaurant walkways.
  • Drive throughs (cars leaking fluids, etc). 
  • Schools and restaurants for disinfecting purposes
  • Heavy equipment for removing heavy grease (steam cleaning engines).
  • Paver prep for sealing (works best for removing old failed sealer).

In a nutshell, hot water pressure washing is most effective for the real dirty jobs. The analogy that best explains this is; “You wouldn’t use cold water to clean your dirty dishes”.

Most of the time, especially for our residential customers, cold water pressure washing combined with our soft wash service is the typical method. We actually use pressure washers to soft wash. This is achieved by increasing tip sizes to lower pressures. 

Some examples of our cold-water pressure washing services:

  • House washing – typically a soft wash with the use of pressure washing equipment.
  • Flat work – driveways, sidewalks, pool decks, pavers, etc. – We use surface cleaning attachments to effectively pressure wash flat surfaces. 
  • Paint Prep – can require medium to high pressures to effectively prep a surface for paint. 
  • Paver prep – usually cold-water pressure washing pavers is sufficient
  • Painted or wooden decks – pressures should be regulated to not harm these types of surfaces. 

If you’re in need of pressure washing but not really sure what route to go, please give us a call. We can answer most of your questions over the phone, text or email. With over 20 years of experience in the pressure washing industry, we pride ourselves on giving customers honest, straightforward guidance for their cleaning challenge.

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