Frequently Asked Questions About Pressure Washing Your Home
What Is That Black Area Staining My Roof?
Algae is the most common reason for black roof stains. If the algae and mold are not removed and prevented with roof cleaning, they will destroy your shingles prematurely. Also, the algae and mildew on your home can be harmful to your health and that of your family.
What are the benefits of Soft Washing?
Our Soft Washing service will thoroughly clean and KILL the harmful molds and algae growing on your home without damaging your siding or shingles. It is the only roof cleaning process recommended by shingle manufacturers and the Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Association, and will not void your roof's warranty if handled correctly.
Is it Safe to Have My Roof Cleaned?
Absolutely! The roof cleaning mixture that our pressure washing company uses contains ingredients used to treat municipal water supplies and poses no safety hazard when used responsibly and professionally.
How much will house washing cost?
The cost our expert pressure washing pros charge for house washing varies. However, it is minimal when compared to the cost of replacing your home's siding and other building materials. The price for eliminating algae and mold on your exterior surfaces depends on the square footage of your home as well as other factors. When you call Wrightlook Pressure Washing Company for a free consultation, we will give you a free, no-obligation estimate.
How long does roof cleaning take?
The roof cleaning process only takes a few hours at the most, but the results can start sooner. By the time our work gets finished, we'll have your rooftop looking phenomenally clean.
Do you use high pressure for roof or siding cleaning?
Only in certain circumstances, but for asphalt shingles and vinyl siding, you should never allow anyone to use high pressure to clean them. There are two main reasons that we don't use high pressure.
First, it isn't always necessary, as our professional soft wash equipment and cleaning mixture do the job more effectively than traditional power washing, and with longer-lasting results. Second, the higher the pressure you use, the more limestone you are removing from the shingle. The granules are there as part of the shingle's structure, and removing them is equal to shortening the lifespan of your shingles. This damage will inevitably lead to a premature shingle replacement.