If you have a wooden fence, you know that its color can change over time due to dirt, mildew, and other contaminants.
Can You Safely Pressure Wash a Wooden Fence?
Yes, if it’s done correctly. Wood is a relatively soft material, making wooden fences sensitive to high PSI. A soft wash is a safer approach than a high PSI power wash, because using a high PSI could damage the wood or cause streaking, and you definitely don’t want that!
What is Soft Washing?
Soft washing is a technique that has been around for many years, but the term has just recently gained popularity. You may even begin to notice that some business have chosen “soft washing” in their name over “pressure washing.”
A proper soft wash incorporates low end pressure nozzles and special chemicals that are used to help dislodge dirt, pollen, mold, and other contaminants. The chemicals combined with a lower pressure wash between 150-300 PSI create a safe and effective way to clean the parts of your house that won’t withstand the high PSI of pressure washing, making soft washing a great way to safely clean surfaces like siding, soffits, roof shingles, pavers, and siding.
Why Trust Us to Safely Clean You Wooden Fence?
Pressure washing your fence on your own can seem like an easy task to take on at first, but you might quickly find yourself running into unexpected obstacles – like running out of hose or extension cord. If done incorrectly, pressure washing your wooden fence could leave it with unintended damage and unsightly streaking. With over 17 years of experience, we are geared up with the right equipment and knowledge to safely make sure no grime is left behind.
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