Here’s a quick lesson on pressure washing tips…..
DISCLAIMER!!!! We Do NOT Recommend using a pressure washer at your home without the correct safety equipment and a thorough understanding of the equipment. WE RECOMMEND YOU CALL US AND ENJOY YOUR WEEKENDS.
- Red: A red tip is the narrowest angle—zero degrees. This tip creates a water stream that can do a lot of damage, so be careful if you need to use it. Don’t use a red-tipped nozzle up close to any surface.
- Yellow: The yellow tip creates a spray with a 15-degree angle. This tip can also create damage if used close enough to the surface.
- Green: A green tip produces a 25-degree spray. While this tip has less PSI than the red or yellow tip, you should also use extra caution and stay a safe distance from the surface.
- White: A white tip produces a 40-degree spray. Again, caution should be used in staying a safe distance from the surface. Our process applies a detergent to safely remove the dirt, algae and debris from your home then we do a low - pressure rinse leaving all the areas of your home – siding, deck, fence, driveway, patio, etc. – clean and fresh.
- Black: Producing a spray angle of 65 degrees, a black nozzle is the gentlest but still requires caution.
A home’s vinyl siding should be cleaned with 150-250 PSI maximum – otherwise you will damage the UV protection which will create exaggerated breakdown of the material.
Our process applies a detergent at very low-pressure to safely remove the dirt, algae and
debris from your home then we do a low-pressure rinse leaving all the areas of your home – siding, deck, fence, driveway, patio, etc. – clean and fresh.
THIS PROCESS ELIMINATES DAMAGE POTENTIAL
The only choice you need to make is WHEN you want us to come to your home and WHAT areas you want us to clean.