Showers, flowers, and sunshine. Spring is a time of growth. A time to get things done. After months of being indoors, many people feel motivated to declutter and to take on annual cleaning projects. The team at Wilson’s Power Washing and Sealing are well acquainted with just how much easier cleaning projects can be with the help of a power washer. Here are a few reasons you should enlist the help of one yourself when Spring cleaning this year.
Keeping your gutters clean and clear is essential to the overall health of your home. Instead of getting your hands dirty, you can make this chore easier by pressure washing the dirt and debris away. Just be mindful of the pressure settings you are using. A soft wash will be enough to get the job done without causing damage to your gutters.
Once the weather starts to warm up, sitting outside becomes increasingly more appealing. The problem is, though, that patio furniture is greatly neglected over the Winter. Make your patio furniture worthy of use by pressure washing all the grime away.
Organic organisms and dirt can speed up the deterioration of your wood deck. Cleaning and renewing the protective layer on top of your deck will ensure that your deck has a long and healthy life. A pressure washer can turn a lengthy and tiresome chore into a quick and easy one.
Amp up your curb appeal this year by freshening up your driveway, walkway, and front steps. Concrete is extremely tough and is very low risk when pressure washing. Not to mention how satisfying it will be to blast away layers of grime from your driveway and see a like-new layer revealed.
If you see that your siding or roof is in need of a scrubba-dub-dub, we recommend you do not pressure wash these yourself. These are delicate and vital areas of your home that do benefit from cleaning but need special care when doing so. Wilson’s Power Washing and Sealing knows the right soaps and pressures to use to make sure your home gets a thorough cleaning without becoming harmed. Give us a call today!
By Wilson's Power Washing and Sealing 3-19-2020