Pressure Washing


Use high pressure force to clean a surface and remove molds, mildews and other contaminants.

The first problem is that it does not kill these contaminants. It simply shears them off at the surface allowing them to grow back thicker, stronger and fuller in usually less than 6 months. The second and perhaps most important problem is there is to much potential for damage when pressure washing. Striping or scarring on delicate surfaces, blasting off protective granules on your roof or peeling, etching and chipping the paint off your home are a few of the avoidable risks. Aside from these major issues there are times when a pressure washer may be needed.

  • Cleaning concrete and most flat surfaces (Which we highly suggests you spray with a soft wash mix after to kill off the remaining contaminants left below the surface)
  • Paint Prep, in which you want to expose any problem areas
  • Where hot water may be required. Such as tire marks,stains, oil, grease, red dirt etc.


A cleaning process that uses a mix consisting of bleach, a cleaning surfactant, and water.

The bleach kills 100% of all molds, mildews, algae, bacteria and lichens by displacing the oxygen they require to survive. Then the surfactants release the hold these contaminants have achieved with their filament root systems as well as lift up all the dirt, debris and road grime from the surface. This allows a certified soft wash company to come in and rinse (not clean) with as little pressure as a garden hose or naturally with rain over time.

  • No harmful effects from pressure washing.
  • Does not void roof warranty. In fact, recommended by (ARMA) American Roofing Manufacturers Association.
  • Lasts 4-6 x longer than pressure washing.
  • 100% kill ratio on all molds, mildews and bacterias.