Power washing is a versatile tool. It’s applicable to nearly any type of exterior surface. Your driveway, your deck, and your outside walls are just a few examples of exteriors that you can power wash. One of our FAQs concerns roofing. Roofs can be cleaned with tools used for pressure washing, but the pressure needs to be very low, so as not to damage the shingles.
Cleaning a Roof With Light Pressure
If you want to clean your roof, it’s important to tread carefully. Pressure that is too high can knock shingles loose and cause damage to your roof. Power washing professionals have the touch to effectively clean your roof while keeping it intact.
Check out the results of a recent roof cleaning job:
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Commercial fences can serve important purposes. They give your business a professional look that looks nice to those who pass by. With all the styles available on the market, they can be quite attractive as well. However, since they are always outdoors in the elements, fences can quickly begin to show signs of wear.
Pressure Washing a Vinyl Fence for a Commercial Client
Luckily, fences, especially those coated with a layer of vinyl, shine up well after a round of pressure washing. Check out the results of this recent project:
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Just like any other part of your house, shingles have a tendency to get dirty over time. Roofs, in particular, tend to develop mold and vegetation. Moss on a roof may look charming, but it isn’t good for the structural integrity of the roof. It’s important to get it off.
Cleaning Moss off of a Roof
It’s crucial to remove moss from your roof, but it’s also important to get rid of it in a way that won’t cause damage. That’s why a soft wash is so great for asphalt shingles. It allows us to clean all the mildew off without loosening shingles. When we do a soft wash, it’s more about spraying on soap and letting it do the work than it is about using water pressure.
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Whether you’re looking for someone to do a soft wash on your roof or are looking for a commercial pressure washing job, contact us!
Regular pressure washing can do a lot to make the exterior of your business look more professional and well-maintained. The good news is, almost any exterior surface can be pressure washed: brick, concrete, stone, and vinyl siding. Even more delicate surfaces like stucco and asphalt shingles can be cleaned with a process called soft wash.
Pressure Washing Brick Exterior at a Department Store
We were able to pressure wash the exterior of this local Boscov’s Garden Center. The result is an exterior that looks a little more polished.
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If you need a high-pressure wash or a soft wash at your home or business, Rolling Suds Power Washing Professionals is here to help.
Pressure washing is an easy way to give some TLC to the exterior of your home or business. Vinyl siding, concrete, and bricks can all be pressure washed, while roofing and stucco can be cleaned in a similar way but with less pressure. We call this method soft washing.
Pressure Washing a Commercial Warehouse
This warehouse had gotten a lot of buildup on it over the past several years. As you can see in the before and after photos below, we were able to wipe away the grime and leave the building looking a little cleaner.
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Compared with surfaces like concrete, stucco is a fairly delicate material. It isn’t a good idea to use high pressure when it’s time to wash stucco, instead, we use a technique called soft washing. When we soft wash a surface, we’re more concerned with blending together a special soap that can loosen the dirt without doing damage.
Soft Washing a Stucco Home
This stucco home needed to be cleaned, but we needed to be careful not to use too much pressure. As you can see, we were still able to get the house looking as good as new!
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Pressure washing is a great way to clean exterior surfaces. One of our favorite surfaces to wash is concrete. The transformation can really be something!
Pressure Washing a Concrete Patio
Concrete is one of the best surfaces to wash with very high pressure. The water pressure gets deep into the nooks and crannies of the concrete and firmly washes the dirt away. The checkerboard pattern on this patio made the transformation much more noticeable:
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Pressure washing is a safe and effective way to clean concrete, siding, bricks, and masonry at your home or business. We can also use soft washing to clean your asphalt shingles, wooden decking, or stucco.
Before and After Pressure Washing Concrete Steps
We recently pressure washed the concrete steps at this home in Phoenixville. Pressure washing is great for concrete! The water pressure gets every bit of dirt out of the nooks and crannies in the pavement.
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Pressure washing is a safe way to clean many exterior surfaces, but certain ones can get damaged if the pressure is too high. Wood, stucco, and asphalt shingles are all much better suited to soft washing. Instead of relying on pressure, soft washing is about sudsing the surface with a special blend of soap and letting that do the work.
Before and After Soft Washing a Wooden Deck
This deck looked a bit weathered and was covered with pollen, leaves, and dirt. We got it looking as good as new with one soft wash!
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Stucco adds a layer of textural interest to your home, but it also provides lots of nooks and crannies for dirt, pollen, and other contaminants to collect. Soft washing your stucco home is the best way to remove dirt.
Compared with surfaces like concrete, stucco is a fairly delicate material and can be damaged with high pressure washing. When we soft wash stucco, we rely on a custom chemical solution that is plant and animal safe.
Before and After Washing a Stucco Home
When we wash stucco, we want to keep the pressure low. If we go too high, we can cause damage. That’s why we mix a custom blend of chemicals that we apply to the surface, instead of relying on water pressure.
After we let the soap do its work, we rinse it away to reveal the clean and sparkling stucco underneath.
This stucco home was due for a cleaning, but we needed to be careful not to use too much pressure. As you can see, we were still able to get the house looking as good as new!
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Rolling Suds can handle residential and commercial jobs throughout Southeast Pennsylvania and South Jersey. Our services start out with a free estimate. To get started just fill out our quick quote form or call 215-372-8815.