The first step in deciding between repainting and pressure washing is to take a close look at your paint. Do you see little bulges or cracking? Is the paint a lighter color than it used to be? Has it been a decade or two since you last painted? If you answered yes to these questions, it might be time to consider painting. But if your paint is not that old and has no cracks or bulges, pressure washing is the way to go.
Passers-by and cars can kick up dirt and dust, making your building look older than it actually is.
So if you live near a busy street, try pressure washing first. Not only is it cheaper than hiring a whole crew of painters, but it also breathes new life into your paint. Pressure washing could clean up your building so well that you wouldn’t need to paint for a long while.
Best yet, graffiti tags can be washed away with pressure washing. If you painted over the graffiti, the colors might bleed through. This would leave your building looking worse off than it did before. Pressure washing leaves things clean and looking like new.
Home Pressure Washing
Paver Stripping and Restoration
Gutter Clean-Out & Brightening
Rust Stain Removal
Commercial Pressure Washing
11340 Balm Riverview Rd
Riverview, FL 33569
Monday - Friday
9:00am - 6:00pm