Pressure washing can also be used for the below services Cleaning a Driveway. … Clean the Exterior Walls of Your House. … Cleaning Sidewalks. … Brick Patios and Walkways. … Clean Your Garage Floor. … Cleaning a Garage Door. … Clean Your Deck. … Stripping Paint Using a Pressure Washer.
A pressure washer is a useful tool for washing large areas of exterior surfaces that have caked-on dirt, grease, plant residue or other material. To avoid injury, don’t pressure-wash anything living, whether it’s people, animals or plants.
For cleaning your house’s driveway, you will need a pressure washer set at between 2,500 and 3,000 psi. If you are cleaning other areas like vinyl siding, decks or glass, the pressure should not be higher than 1,500 psi. For softer materials like softwood, you should use a lower pressure of around 500 to 600…
We know there’s a lot of options when searching online for the best local company that provides the best prices with a good reputation. We can confidently say that Sunshine Pressure Washing IS the best option in the Southeast FL area. We offer highly competitive prices for all services in all local service areas, which…
Yes. We offer a treatment plan customized to your needs and return to your home on a annual, biannual, quarterly or monthly basis at a discounted rate.
Yes, we do Residential and Commercial Properties including HOA Communities, Storefronts, Realtors, etc.
You can attempt however, cleaning a roof correctly involves an extremely slippery surface that can be very dangerous and should only be attempted by a qualified, licensed and insured professional that specializes in roof cleaning.
Absolutely not, We are able to provide an estimate in minutes when you call 561-200-9738 or visit our website at www.sunshinepressurewashing.com and click on request a free estimate.
NO. Black streaks will prevent your shingles from deflecting the sun properly and can increase your cooling costs. In addition, the algae is feeding on the limestone in your roof tiles, and roof shingles, it is slowly breaking them down, reducing the life of your shingles by up to 50%!