Professional Pressure Washing Service
Methods and Techniques
This page specifically describes our pressure washing or power washing services; for more information on our house washing, please visit our House Washing page, though we'll touch on it some here. In short, our house washing or building washing process utilizes appropriate chemicals to remove mold, mildew, and loose debris from house and building siding. It utilizes lower pressure (aka soft washing) with high volumes of water, instead of high pressure as in other applications. For pressure washing of other surfaces, please keep reading below.
NewScene offers pressure washing of concrete and other hard surfaces. We also include wood or composite deck cleaning in this area of services, though lower pressure is used in these applications. We utilize commercial-grade power washing equipment to produce the results you desire. This equipment includes hot-water capable pressure washers with up to 4000 psi and high gallons per minute capability. We also utilize surface cleaners and appropriate chemicals where necessary, though if chemicals can be avoided, we do. Regardless of our equipment's capabilities, we take an approach of using the appropriate pressure (not the highest possible pressure) and fewest chemicals to get the job done right. Concrete and other surfaces need to be treated with care and attention to detail, as we do in our other services. We've serviced customers that range from restaurants, shopping malls, office complexes, homeowners, and shopping centers and more. We've invested in and employ professional tools and techniques to clean your driveway, sidewalk, deck, patio, curbing, brick walls, stone walkways, and other surfaces to look as you desire. We are also fully insured with general liability and workers' compensation insurance; we are bonded as well. Choose NewScene, and See the Difference!
For homeowners, an annual cleaning for your concrete flat surfaces will usually suffice, depending on a few factors, and some areas that have constant sunlight or lighter traffic can go a longer. The following circumstances can produce the need for more frequency: shade (attracts mold), plants and trees near by (like crepe myrtles), leaky vehicles (make sure you use oil dry or cat litter quickly to keep it from embedding or it won't come up), etc.
For shopping centers and other high-traffic commercial customers, a quarterly schedule should keep your sidewalks in good shape. For restaurants, monthly service is usually needed due to the sources of grease, foot traffic, food, etc. Ask us about getting on a routine schedule with NewScene!