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5 Benefits of A Pressure Wash

Spring is near and along with spring comes that extra cleaning we all feel like doing after a long winter.  When you start cleaning though, don't forget the outside of your home.  That is the first thing anyone visiting will notice, as will anyone driving by.  Why not take a little extra time to give the outside of your home a pressure wash, to help improve the looks of your property.

Here is How Your Home Will Benefit from a Power Wash:

Increases the Longevity of Your Home by Stopping Damage
Pressure washing can help increase the longevity of your home. Your home is meant to shield you and your family from adverse weather conditions, including moisture. Dust particles and all sorts of dirt settle on the home’s exterior. Add to that a little moisture, and the surface becomes a perfect growth culture for mold and mildew which can damage your home's exterior.

Mold and mildew account for a considerable percentage of exterior finish damage to homes. Excess moisture during the wet seasons, such as spring rain and winter snow, promotes the growth of this destructive fungus. Pressure washing Greenville SC-based company can help effectively remove all the dirt, grime, and fungus, which prevents them from feeding on your finishes, such as paints and fascia boards.

Saves Your Bucks
Power washing your home will save you hefty repair and maintenance costs. Dirt buildup over time stains your finish and also brings discoloration. Fungus such as mold coupled can render catastrophic damages to your home. Think of your house as an investment that needs to be closely guarded at all times. The more damage a home bears, the higher the depreciation value. It makes more sense to maintain the exterior of your home rather than to have to do repairs to bring it back to the original value. Sometimes repairs can dig holes in your pockets. Frequent power-cleaning saves you a few bucks that you can put away for a rainy day.

Cheap Repair Surface Preparation Method
Surface preparation is essential for a successful retouch, be it adding a new finish, an extra coat of paint, or resurfacing. It is one of the cheapest surface preparation methods, yet very effective. New coatings and surfaces adhere properly to clean surfaces. Dirt and grime cause cracking, peeling, or chipping for epoxy coatings. Pressure washing also opens up concrete pores for easy application of penetrating stains. Pressurized water will force out even tough stains off your garage floor, including hidden crevices. Does old coats of paint, chalking fungus, and mold block your path to giving your surfaces that new look? Get a power wash!

Pressure Washing Maintains Personal and Family Health
Routine cleaning has a positive influence on your health as well as that of your kids. Power washing cleans moss, mildew, and any fungus lurking in your home. You can probably relate to a mold-related allergy attack, whether mild or extreme. Watery eyes, ceaseless sneezing, runny nose, itching, and hives are the last thing you want to experience. Dirt also encourages the growth of harmful bacteria. Keep in mind, too, that grime can be slimy. A slippery surface is a safety hazard. Ensure you include pressurized wash into your spring-cleaning. It should be done regularly for interior settings such as basements and garages.

Extra Benefits
Show some love to your environment with a pressure wash. Water under high psi cleans fifty times better than your ordinary garden hose. It is as effective as many environmentally harmful detergents, which eliminates the need to use them. If you're looking for a better curb appeal, then go for this method of cleaning. It removes all layers of dirt, grime, and discoloration, giving your home a newer appealing look. This also raises your property's resale value.

Bottom Line
The pressure cleaning method helps many businesses and homes to maintain top-notch hygiene standards. It will improve curb appeal and the resale value of your property. You will also gain from less repair and surface preparation costs.

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