Using a pressure washer is a great way to get rid of dirt and grime off of your home and restore it to its natural beauty. Pressure washers are a powerful tool used to blast caked-up dirt, mold, and algae on outdoor surfaces, including roof, deck, and patio. It’s not limited to stripping the paint from wood for a new paint job either. It’s also a practical way to remove years of dirt, mildew, and algae from your siding for a fresh appearance.
The problem is, the plants that surround the foundation of your home are directly underneath the pressure washing application site. Chemicals used in pressure washing are manufactured to be safe for both animals and your home; however, many of them can do permanent damage to your plants, ultimately killing them.
Here's more information on how to keep your beautiful garden safe and happy, while also having a clean exterior.
Pressure washing prices are a definite factor to consider for homeowners who are debating on hiring a pressure washing service. There are several questions to ask beforehand, such as: how much does it cost to pressure wash a two-story house? How about the cost to pressure wash my driveway or gutters? How do I know when I should hire a pressure washing service?
Pressure washing has become one of the best ways to clean a variety of surfaces in residential, business, and commercial locations. However, unlike other home improvement projects, it can be tricky to master a pressure washer. Not using the proper techniques, pressure settings, and cleaning solutions can damage your surfaces and require costly repairs. If you are concerned about having to spend your energy and time improving your home, here are seven benefits to hiring a pressure washing service.
A healthy, well-tended, and weed-free landscape is easier to maintain than you think. Proper, regular lawn maintenance will keep your grass growing and looking healthy. Here are six major components to lawn maintenance that you should follow.
This winter started with a treat in western North Carolina. On Christmas Eve, residents watched rain turn to snow in the evening, continuing to fall through the next evening, becoming only the eighth "White Christmas" in Asheville history. That event set a precedent for the remainder of winter, and by now, western North Carolinians are more than ready for a pleasant, warm spring. We are ready to see the trees and flowers bloom and the mountains spring to life.
We have good news: we have passed the halfway point of winter. Spring is on its way. After months of being stuck indoors due to the cold, during a year in which we have spent far more time inside our homes than usual, you are probably ready to do some spring cleaning. Once you get your house and property spruced up, you do not want to regret that you did not tend to your wood fencing. Here is what you need to know about how to clean a wood fence.