Driveway Pressure Washing
As time passes, stains, dirt, dust, and grime will build-up on the surface of your driveway and on your garage floor. Using your standard garden hose isn’t going to provide enough pressure to properly remove these contaminants, or provide enough power to get rid of hard-to-remove stains from oil or grease spills or leaks. When you have a dirty driveway surface, it can be unsightly and really take away from the charm and curb appeal of your family’s home. Additionally, all of this dirt on the surface can eventually cause it to weaken in certain spots and cause irreparable damage. Window Cleaning Experts will be able to provide you with affordable and thorough pressure washing services for your home.
Our team at Window Cleaning Experts offers our pressure washing service as an additional add-on service to our normal window cleaning services. Ask our window cleaning tech about having your patio, deck, driveway, or pool deck pressure washed when getting your quote or while we are cleaning your windows.
- Extend the life of your concrete, brick, or paver driveway or garage floor
- Removes built-up stains from grease, oil, or liquid spills
- Brings new life and character to your driveway
- Much easier, effective, and faster than trying to clean the surfaces by hand
First, we will need to evaluate the surface and pinpoint areas where there are stains or excessive accumulations of dirt and dust. Next, we will clean off the surface of the driveway by removing any loose materials, and this includes small pebbles or stones. We do not want them to fly up when we begin the pressure washing as they could hit your car, windows, siding, or personal belongings. Then, we will use tarps to cover and protect and areas where the driveway abuts walls or doors. This will protect them from any possible accidents with flying debris.
The garage floor and driveway surface will then need to be de-greased. This will loosen stains in the concrete and make it easier to wash them away. The degreaser will be scrubbed deep into the surface. Next, we will use our soap and pressure washer to make a few even and consistent laps over the surface. We have several different nozzles we can use to provide the right pressure of water in certain areas that may need a deeper and more thorough cleaning.