Pressure, Power and Soft Washing of your Exteriors
At Cliffhangers, we believe that first impressions are crucial. The sidewalks, parking garages, decks, and exteriors of your building are the first things that clients, tenants, and potential clients and tenants will see. That's why we are dedicated to removing even the toughest stains through professional hot water pressure washing. Our skilled technicians will visit your site to assess your specific needs and provide you with the best possible solution to meet your pressure washing requirements.
Power washing uses high-pressure water to remove dirt, grime, and other substances from building exteriors. The pressure of the water stream can reach up to 4,000 PSI, making it an effective method for removing tough stains and debris. This method is most commonly used on concrete surfaces, such as sidewalks and parking garages, as well as on wooden decks.
Pressure washing is a medium-pressure water cleaning method that is effective for removing dirt and grime from a variety of building exteriors. The pressure of the water stream can reach up to 2,500 PSI, making it a versatile option for cleaning various types of surfaces, such as metal, vinyl, and brick. Pressure washing is often used as a compromise between power washing and soft washing, providing a good balance of cleaning effectiveness and safety for delicate surfaces.
Soft washing uses a low-pressure water stream mixed with cleaning solutions to remove dirt and other substances from building exteriors. The gentle pressure and use of cleaning solutions makes this method ideal for cleaning delicate surfaces, such as stucco, brick, and stone. Soft washing is also a more eco-friendly option compared to power washing, as it minimizes water usage and does not harm the environment.
Dirt, mold, mildew, soot, and other contaminants in New England's environment can cause serious damage to building surfaces and reduce the lifespan of coatings. If left unchecked, mold and mildew can cause discoloration and deterioration in materials like vinyl, wood, stucco, and siding.
Dirty gutters and roofs can lead to sagging and loss of granules, while pressure-treated wood decks and fences, as well as cedar, may rot. Regular cleaning can prevent these problems and extend the life of building surfaces, saving property owners both short-term and long-term costs.
Having a clean and well-maintained property is crucial for attracting and retaining tenants, customers, and renters. For commercial and retail properties, maintaining a clean and well-presented appearance creates a positive initial impression and making potential renters, customers, or lessees feel welcomed. This can increase foot traffic and lead to a more favorable image for the business or organization operating within.
Protect Your Investment
Having a clean and well-maintained property can greatly impact its appeal and value as an investment. Whether you own a residential, commercial, industrial, or low-rise building, cleanliness is an important factor that prospective renters, buyers, or lessees consider when choosing a property. A property that is free of dirt, grime, and other contaminants is more likely to be attractive and in demand, leading to faster rentals, sales, or leases.
Regular cleaning is a simple yet effective way to maintain the value and appeal of your investment and increase its desirability.