Common Pressure Washing Questions
Windows should be cleaned annually but some homeowners often do this twice per year – once in the spring and again before the holiday season.
Typically, “washing” implies a full deep cleaning but the two terms are used interchangeably.
We charge between $12 and $15 dollars per window. That includes interior and exterior glass, screens, and interior tracks.
Solar panels should be washed with mild soap and rinsed with deionized water.
Annual cleaning is recommended to ensure you’re earning as much energy as possible to support your home and lifestyle.
Per the Department of Energy, regular cleaning is necessary for solar panels to operate at full capacity.
We charge $15 per solar panel with a $200 minimum.
Gutters should be free-flowing at all times. We recommend an annual inspection at a minimum to prevent damage.
Gutter cleaning is essential for water to flow from the roof properly. If your gutters clog, in time the poor water flow will damage the home’s siding, concrete, and garden.
There are extension poles on the market that attach to a home pressure washer or shop vac systems, but typically you cannot do a thorough gutter cleaning without the use of a ladder.
A standard-sized home in your area will cost around $250 for a full gutter cleaning.
When we clean an outdoor surface we use hot water and environmentally friendly products to remove all organic staining like dirt, mildew, and algae.
Stains such as rust, calcium, paint, oil, etc. are not considered organic and will result in an extra charge for specialty products.
We have a minimum trip charge that varies based on the time of year. A standard 2-car garage usually falls under the minimum charge.
We charge anywhere from $0.10 and $0.35 per sq. ft. depending on the size and type of surface needing to be cleaned.
Prices vary based on types of concrete, sealed or not sealed, colored or not, and the type of stains present. Typically, surface cleaning will cost anywhere between $0.10 and $0.35 per sq. ft.
We use environmentally friendly products and commercial equipment to wash your home safely and effectively.
Keep in mind that home power washing units are not suitable for large-scale jobs like house washes. They often cause more damage than what was intended. Always consult a professional.
We typically recommend a home to be washed annually. Many times HOAs in San Diego County will require it once it becomes a visible problem.
Absolutely! House washing is essential in the southern California climate to keep organic growth, like algae and mildew, from damaging the walls of your home.
Prices vary based on size and the type of finish of a home. A standard 2-story stucco home will cost around $300 to wash.