Once we start bringing high-pressure equipment into the cleaning process, the hazards and potential for damage increase, from cracked concrete to uneven paving blocks.
Whenever we quote on a new outdoor pressure washing job, one of the first questions we ask is around water access and water pressure.
There are several key factors which come into play when assessing how long it will take to pressure wash your driveway? – not least how large the area is, and how much grime and dirt there is to clean away.
When it comes to buying, hiring or using a pressure washer, the blogs and guides available are endless. From companies marketing their services through to retailers trying to sell pressure wash equipment, the outdoor cleaning market is waterlogged with information – not all of it entirely useful.
Yes, it's tough wearing and can withstand almost all weather conditions. Still, as far as its potential to be damaged, concrete is just as vulnerable as anything else when treated incorrectly.
Keeping a clean and clean driveway surface is not only aesthetically pleasing. Still, it is also much safer in the long run, from causing uneven bumps and hazards to creating a slippery surface in inclement weather.
We are often asked:What is the pressure washing cleaning process? Whether you are hoping to give it a go yourself or bring in a professional to help you. We believe that understanding the process is key to achieving and maintaining a clean and tidy driveway.
When Spring arrives, and you start to spend more time outside, you may come to realise that your driveway and outer walls are looking a little worse for wear after the harsh winter months.
Block paving, also known as brick paving, is one of the most common designs found on driveways and patios up and down the country.
If you maintain a clean driveway throughout most of the year, the chances are that a regular sweep with a broom and the occasional hose down will be enough to keep your driveway safe and looking its best.
One quick search online and you'll find yourself in the middle of a pressure washer frenzy; with reviews for everything from professional services to best practice: the cheapest models available and the best ways to maximise the effectiveness of your washer.