Pressure Washing Vinyl Siding

Pressure Washing Vinyl Siding
The Right Way

How To Ensure You Do More Good Than Bad To Your Property

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Benefits Of Correctly Pressure Washing Vinyl Siding

Pressure washing vinyl siding is a tricky business. Siding has vents to allow ventilation and, by way of airflow, this encourages drying and durability for the back of the siding and your wall. What if a clumsy pressure washer shot 3,000 psi of soapy water right into these vents? This is one of the biggest risks you take by contracting the wrong pressure washing team.

We at EcoTech Enterprises understand pressure washing vinyl siding. We understand how to prevent not only wetting the interior of your vinyl siding but also avoiding leaving streaks, by knowing the kind of biodegradable cleaning solutions to use, how long to leave it on your vinyl siding, how to rinse, sump and pump the waste water for filtration out of your hands without causing environmental damage, and finally how to ensure your satisfaction for years to come.

Vinyl siding requires regular washing. At some point you are bound to end up with a pressure washing vinyl siding “expert” that will leave his mark on your vinyl boards – literally. Or he can be careless while washing the vinyl and blow a hole right through the window next to it. Count on a team you can depend on time and time again. Call us to evaluate your site. We will arrive to your location and inspect for existing damage, fragile features, peeling paint or exposed material that a water jet could rapidly erode. We will be able to tell you which portion of your property may require a soft washing technique and which other we can use more traditional pressure washing techniques.

Call us at (510) 362-1010 to discuss our commercial pressure washing vinyl siding service package, that includes a custom maintenance plan to meet your needs.

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