A high-performing pressure washer makes use of a high-pressure stream of cold water to blast away dirt from the nooks and crannies of the surface. It also comes in handy for treating tough stains as well as moss, lichen, and algae. The decaying matter building in the cracks, around the stones, or underneath sidings can cause asthma and allergies. The pressured liquid breaks down the stains on the surface easier to leave a squeaky clean floor or wall.
Anytime is a good time for pressure washing. The floors may call for pressure washing after the construction has been done and dusted to clean up the dirt and grime left behind. While pressure washing is best conducted before painting the walls to expand the lifespan of the paint. But because it’s so powerful, the job is best left to professionals — you wouldn’t want to risk property damage, would you?
Note: This is different from power washing as it doesn’t make use of heated water.