Please contact us with any additional questions that you may have by calling us at (724) 651-1460.
Q: Why aren't chemical injections used under high pressure?
A: Chemicals are applied at low pressure to avoid waste and overspraying that can occur from splashing. Used correctly, chemical additives can greatly enhance the effectiveness of power washing but chemicals can be detrimental to plants and certain synthetic materials. We apply all chemicals, stains and seals using low pressure to minimize such risks.
Q: Can pressure washing harm wood?
A: Used correctly, pressure washing is safe for virtually all wood surfaces.
Q: Do you use bleach in your pressure washer?
A: We use cleaning solutions specifically designed for use in pressure washers. The use of household bleach can be harmful to seals and o-rings in the pump, hoses, wand and pressure gun.
Q: Doesn’t pressure washing wood affect the wood grain?
A: Yes, when the correct pressure setting is used, washing will raise the wood grain slightly, which allows the wood fibers to release mold, mildew, fungus or dirt that may be embedded and will ensure that new stains and sealers adhere evenly to the wood surfaces.
Q: Can’t I get the same results as a pressure washer by applying bleach to my deck and rinsing using my garden hose?
A: Although the immediate results may appear acceptable, common, household bleach will leave a residue on your deck that will act like a magnet for future staining. No matter how strong the water pressure from your garden hose, it is nowhere near the pressure provided by a professional pressure washing machine.
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Galilee, Pennsylvania, now. Call (724) 651-1460.