You clean the inside of your home on a regular basis, but what about the outside of it?
Soft washing involves applying cleaning detergents at a low pressure to the exterior of your home and then gently rinsing away the contaminants with clean water. Unlike power washing, soft washing causes less damage to your house and helps it stay clean for a longer period of time. There’s no need to remove the screens, and there’s less risk of damaging windows and seals around the windows with this method.
Yet serious damage could result if soft washing isn’t done in a timely manner. Here we discuss some of the damages that your home could sustain if you don’t soft wash it regularly.
Reason One: Protect a Home’s Exterior
Soft Washing in Bergen County is a great way to improve your home’s appearance and protect its exterior materials from damage. While some companies use harsh power washing to remove debris from a structure’s roof, we prefer a gentler method to avoid tearing away shingles or vinyl siding. While you are preparing your home in the fall for the cold, winter weather of New Jersey, have it soft washed to help prevent invasions of pests.
What Is Softwashing?
Many have already heard about pressure washing and have a general idea of what it is. For starters, pressure washing is simply a machine that shoots water out at a very high velocity, or pressure. Although this article is not geared toward the aspects of pressure washing, it really helps to understand the difference between conventional pressure washing and softwashing. For a large majority of people, softwashing almost sounds like a made-up word. In reality, it’s simply another method of cleaning, or maintenance that has its very own unique uses and benefits. Continue reading