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Cost to Power Wash a House

How Much Does it Cost to Power Wash a House?

Power washing, also known as pressure cleaning, is a process of removing dirt and grime from hard surfaces using high-pressure water. The process can be done by hand or with the help of machines such as electric pressure washers. Power washing removes algae and mold that would otherwise grow in shaded crevices if left untreated. It also helps to remove the buildup of debris on your home’s exterior walls and roof.

How much does it cost?

The cost to power wash a house depends on factors such as the size of your house, how dirty it is, and what you want done. There are examples online that show how pricing typically works depending on factors like the average size of homes in certain areas and where you live. For small projects like removing grime buildup on exterior walls or roofs, expect to pay about $150 – $175. For bigger projects like removing peeling paint, algae buildup on the exterior walls, or bug droppings/insect infestations, expect to pay around $500. It all depends on how dirty your house is and what you need done.

Some companies charge extra for protecting plants, objects near the house (e.g., mailboxes), and decks/porches; some may not offer this service. Spending more money does not mean you will get a better result–it just means that more work is being done with the same results in the end.

Cost to Power Wash a House
Before and After Power Washing a House

What are the types of power washing services?

There are three main types of power washings that you can get done. The first one is a “soft” washing. This removes dirt, grime, pollen, and mildew from surfaces, but doesn’t damage the integrity of the material itself. The second type is a “light” cleaning. This removes dirt and some staining but leaves mildew in hard-to-reach spots. A heavy power washing takes everything off, restoring your home to its original look.

What are common misconceptions about power washing?

There are several misconceptions about power washing one’s home, including ones mentioned above like the idea of spending more money to have a better result or doing it yourself to save money. Some people also think that by using household tools such as garden hoses or pressure washers they can do their own project without having to pay professionals to do it. For small projects, this may be true. However, bigger projects like power washing the exterior of a house can be extremely dangerous if not done correctly. It is important to remember that professionals have been doing this for years and have proper protection equipment necessary to protect them from injury or material damage.

Pressure Washing Siding
Pressure Washing Siding

How often should I power wash my home?

It depends on where you live-if you are located near the coast, your house will need to be washed more frequently due to high levels of salt in the air that can lead to cancerous growths called “lichens.” Near mountains means more pollutants being kicked up into the air that then gets dumped onto your exterior walls at higher altitudes. If you own pets or have children, you’ll also need to power wash more often as they bring in dirt and germs from the outside. For most people, it’s best to do an exterior power washing every 2-3 years.

Power washing is something homeowners should consider doing at least twice per year depending on where you live and how dirty your house gets with each season. Depending on what types of services you want done, it can cost between $150-$500 or more for your home. Factors that affect the price of services include size of your house, how dirty it is, and what exactly you need done. If you still have questions we are in Atlanta, GA and we would be more than happy to answer your question!


WiseGuys Pro-Wash
https://www.google.com/maps?cid=14964188319842587706
267 W Wieuca Rd NE STE 202, Atlanta, GA 30342
(404) 596-5334
https://wiseguysprowash.com/

 

 

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