San Diego, CA
Pressure washing is an important aspect of painting we almost always wash our exteriors before we start.
We use non-toxic house cleaning additives that’ll kill mold on contact and help to clean the house or structure. We have an extremely powerful pressure washer which helps to get everything good and clean.
Sometimes just spraying a house with mold killing solution and pressure washing can bring an old paint job back to life. It’s amazing what they can do.
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How Often Should You Pressure Wash?
Pressure washing is an important part of cleaning your house. As we said before, we almost always pressure wash an exterior before painting. It doesn’t matter if it’s vinyl, brick, stucco, or wood.
Pressure washing has the ability to scrape out those hard to clean spots that store mold, dirt, and mildew. Some of these things can deteriorte your siding causing you to need repairs that will cost a lot more than just a pressure wash or exterior repaint.
To answer the question, you should pressure wash your exterior once every few years. This will change if you notice the growth of any mildew or mold on your exterior.
To Hire Us
At JCE Painting, our goal is to give homes and commercial buildings in Clairemont, Carmel Valley, La Mesa, Tierrasanta, Pacific Beach, and surrounding San Diego areas a fresh new look. Using premium paint and we can transform ordinary spaces into beautiful living and working areas.
Reasons why you should choose us for your next painting project:
1. With over three decades of experience, we’ve seen it all when it comes to painting and can handle anything.
2. Our founder and CEO is on EVERY job to ensure top quality work.
3. Our work is backed by a 5-year warranty and a “you don’t pay until you’re satisfied” guarantee. (we’ve only ever had one customer call us on our warranty)
Best Practices For Pressure Washing
Safety is important when it comes to pressure washing. Always make sure to wear goggles, boots, gloves, and long pants to protect every part of your body. Always maintain proper “trigger discipline” and point the pressure washer down if you’re not spraying.