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  • Do I need to be home when your technicians are pressure washing?
    We prefer you to be home, but it's really not necessary. Typically, after we finish your service, our lead wash technician will do a final walk-around with the homeowner. If you are not home we still double-check our work and recommend you call us with any questions the same day, if possible.
  • Do you supply the water or do you use the our water?
    Yes, we bring water with us, but depending on the condition of the surface, surface size, and wash duration, we most likely will need to connect to your water source to rinse and finish.
  • How much does it cost to pressure wash or soft wash my house?
    We need a little more information to give you an accurate quote, but we can provide you a price range. There are many factors to consider when estimating a fair cost to pressure wash, or soft wash a home, for example, size, the number of stories, siding material, mold, and mildew issues, just to name a few. A professional pressure washing company will ask questions or request to view the exterior of your home before providing you with an accurate estimate. ​ For your reference, here is our Pressure Washing Average Cost Guideline based on square footage in this region* 1200 sq. ft. - 2000 sq. ft. average cost $250 - $350 2001 sq. ft. - 2500 sq. ft. average cost $351 - $450 ​ *The average cost to pressure wash home guideline is to be used for reference only, It is not binding or an estimate to pressure wash the exterior of your home. Please contact us for an accurate estimate.
  • What is power and pressure washing?
    Power washing, or pressure washing, is the application of a high pressure water spray to surfaces that need cleaned. It is used on concrete to remove mold, gum, and dirt stains. It is used on wooden decks to return the wood’s vibrant color. It is used on houses to remove pollution, mildew, and other problematic signs of aging.
  • How often do most surface need power washed?
    For the majority of surfaces, an annual power washing should suffice. It does depend on the materials used to create/build the surface as well as the current condition of the surface, so you may need to increase the frequency of power washings.
  • Can I do the power washing on my own?
    While power washing can be viewed as a do-it-yourself project, there is a clear distinction between a DIY crew and professional services. This means you get greater capability of equipment and greater expertise by having trained power washing technicians do it for you. A do-it-yourself washer may set the pressure too high for the surface or hold the nozzle too close to it. This can result in chipped painting, damaged screens, and ruined siding. And though most power washing equipment you can rent has the same PSI as commercial-grade tools, it holds a minimal amount of water—making this project take days, not hours.
  • How much do most people charge for power washing?
    At WNY Pressure Wash, our pricing for power washing services varies depending on the scope of the project. Factors such as the size of the area to be cleaned, the type of surface, and the level of dirt and grime will influence the cost. We offer competitive rates that are tailored to your specific needs. Contact us for a free quote and let our experienced team provide you with an estimate that fits your budget.
  • What is the difference between pressure washing and power washing?
    Pressure washing and power washing are often used interchangeably, but there is a slight difference. Pressure washing uses high-pressure water to clean surfaces, while power washing utilizes hot water in addition to high pressure. Power washing is ideal for removing tough stains, grease, and grime effectively. At WNY Pressure Wash, we offer both pressure washing and power washing services to ensure your surfaces are cleaned to perfection.
  • How much does pressure washing cost per square foot (SF)?
    The cost of pressure washing per square foot varies depending on the complexity of the job and the surface being cleaned. We offer competitive pricing and can provide you with a customized quote based on your specific requirements. To get an accurate estimate for your project, please reach out to WNY Pressure Wash, and we'll be happy to assist you.
  • Can you power wash stucco?
    Yes, at WNY Pressure Wash, we have the expertise and equipment to safely and effectively power wash stucco surfaces. Stucco can accumulate dirt, mold, and mildew over time, affecting its appearance. Our skilled team will use the appropriate pressure and temperature settings to clean your stucco without causing damage. Trust us to restore the beauty of your stucco surfaces. For all your power washing needs in Western New York, choose WNY Pressure Wash. Our experienced team is dedicated to delivering exceptional results. Contact us today for a free estimate and let us enhance the cleanliness and appeal of your property.
  • What are the cons of pressure washing?
    While pressure washing is a highly effective method for cleaning various surfaces, it's essential to be aware of its potential drawbacks. The cons of pressure washing include: Damage to Surfaces: Excessive pressure or improper technique can damage delicate surfaces such as wood, vinyl siding, and certain types of roofing materials. It may cause cracks, splintering, or strip away paint. Water Consumption: Pressure washing consumes a significant amount of water, which can be wasteful in regions with water scarcity. It's crucial to use this method responsibly. Risk of Injury: High-pressure water streams can be dangerous if not handled correctly. They can cause injury to the operator or others nearby. Always follow safety guidelines and wear appropriate protective gear. Environmental Concerns: The chemicals used in some pressure washing solutions can harm the environment if not properly contained or disposed of. Choose eco-friendly cleaning agents whenever possible. Cost: Hiring a professional pressure washing service can be expensive, especially for large-scale projects. However, DIY pressure washing may require an initial investment in equipment. At WNY Pressure Wash, we prioritize safe and effective pressure washing practices, ensuring that your surfaces are cleaned without causing harm or damage. We use eco-friendly cleaning solutions to minimize environmental impact, and our team is highly trained to deliver exceptional results.
  • Why is pressure washing so expensive?
    At WNY Pressure Wash, we understand that pricing for pressure washing services can sometimes seem high, but there are several important factors that contribute to the cost: Equipment and Materials: We invest in high-quality pressure washing equipment and environmentally-friendly cleaning agents to ensure the best results. These tools and materials come at a cost, but they also guarantee a superior clean for your property. Skilled Technicians: Our team consists of experienced and trained technicians who know how to use the equipment safely and effectively. Their expertise ensures the job is done right the first time, saving you from costly mistakes. Property Size and Complexity: The size and complexity of the property being cleaned can significantly impact the cost. Larger or more intricate properties require more time and resources to complete the job thoroughly. Cleaning Specifics: Different surfaces and stains require varying levels of effort and specialized treatment. Tough stains like mold, mildew, or oil can be more challenging to remove, increasing the time and cost involved. Insurance and Safety: We prioritize safety and carry insurance to protect both our team and your property. This adds to the overall cost but ensures peace of mind for everyone involved. Environmental Considerations: Our commitment to the environment means we use eco-friendly cleaning agents, which can be more expensive than traditional chemicals but are safer for your property and the ecosystem. Customization: We tailor our services to meet your specific needs, which means the cost may vary depending on your requirements. Remember that while pressure washing may seem expensive upfront, it can save you money in the long run by preserving the integrity and value of your property. For the best pressure washing services in Western New York (WNY), trust WNY Pressure Wash to deliver quality and value. Our experienced team uses the latest equipment and techniques to ensure your property looks its best. Contact us today for a free estimate.
  • Do pressure washers waste a lot of water?
    Pressure washers can be efficient water-saving tools when used correctly. Compared to traditional hose-and-nozzle cleaning methods, pressure washers use significantly less water. However, it's essential to use them responsibly to avoid unnecessary water wastage. At WNY Pressure Wash, we employ modern, high-pressure equipment and techniques that optimize water usage while delivering exceptional cleaning results. We adhere to all local water conservation regulations and guidelines to ensure eco-friendliness in our services. Rest assured, we prioritize both cleanliness and sustainability in our pressure washing projects. At WNY Pressure Wash, we understand that water conservation is essential. We strive to use our pressure washing equipment efficiently while minimizing water wastage. Our commitment to eco-friendly practices is reflected in our approach to water usage.
  • What should you not power wash?
    While power washing is an effective method for cleaning various surfaces, there are certain materials and items that should not be power washed to avoid damage. These include: Delicate Surfaces: Avoid power washing surfaces like cedar siding, shingles, and other delicate woods, as the high-pressure water can cause damage or strip away the finish. Older Masonry: Be cautious when power washing older brick or masonry, as the force of the water can erode the surface and dislodge mortar. Electrical Outlets and Wiring: Never power wash electrical outlets, switches, or wiring, as water and electricity do not mix. This can lead to dangerous electrical hazards. Windows: Avoid power washing windows, as the high-pressure water can break the glass or damage the seals, leading to costly repairs. Stained or Painted Surfaces: Power washing can remove paint or stain from surfaces like decks, fences, and walls. It's important to be careful around these areas. Plants and Landscaping: Directing high-pressure water at plants, flowers, or delicate landscaping can damage or uproot them. Take precautions to protect your greenery. At WNY Pressure Wash, we are committed to providing safe and effective power washing services. We assess each project individually and use appropriate techniques to protect your property. Contact us today for a consultation and let us help you keep your surfaces clean and damage-free.
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