Pressure Washing

Real Estate Agents recommend that potential sellers invest in a pressure wash as a way of boosting the curb appeal and listing price of their home!! You wash your car before selling, why not wash your house, driveways, decks & tiles?

Pressure washing brick & tile

Maintaining every stone, tile and brick in your property can be a gruelling task, especially when your current method of cleaning is a scrubber brush, bucket of soapy water, and the eventual backache for all your hard work. But here’s one way to keep your property looking brand-spanking new with minimal effort and exertion, and maximum payoff.


Have you ever considered pressure cleaning?

This method of cleaning can be done in tiled areas, driveways, patios, bricks, pool decks, walkways and paved areas of the home to ensure the easy removal of mould, algae, mildew, built-up grime, dirt and grass.

Mould and mildew can be especially harmful to your property, eating away at paint and surface coatings, and is able to sink through to wooden boards and the interiors of your walls, causing unnecessary destruction and damage to your property. These vermin can also be a danger to all residents of the home if spores of mould leech into your air and are inhaled over time, but pressure washing takes care of those bacterial spores, leaving your loved ones basking in the freshest air possible.


Pressure-washing outdoor pavement, pool decks and stones

Will reduces risk of slips and falls on surfaces with built-up grime or algae. The result is a cleaner, safer, better looking surface that will prolong the life of the material and ensure a well maintained property. If you are worried about having to invest time and energy replacing another stained deck, then pressure washing may be your answer, as it is one of the best ways to boost their longevity


No chemicals needed

As an added bonus, if you’re worried about how cleaning chemicals and products may affect the environment, if you’re concerned about the health of pets or young ones, pressure washing is done using solely water, yes there are indeed options to add cleaning products to your pressure-water, but it is not at all necessary, as the high-velocity stream of water is more than sufficient to rid the surface of any unwanted substances.

If you are concerned by the sheer amount of water that you think may be required by this method of deep-cleaning, worry not. The speed and efficiency of pressure washing ensures that you will be using less water overall, with power-washers consuming about one-fifth as much water as a regular garden hose.

You won’t need to endure a tiring day of rigorous scrubbing to draw your property back to its prime glory, ensure the health of all residents and also maintain a sparkling sheen to your home.