Slidell Pressure Washing Company
Pressure washing company in Slidell LA that always delivers a like-new restoration to the outside of your home, driveway, deck, brick, or siding. If you’re in need of a pressure washing service then give us a call! (504) 345-9121
Your One-Stop PRESSURE WASHING SERVICE IN SLIDELL LOUISIANA
We can pressure and soft wash residential and commercial buildings, sidewalks, and driveways. No pressure washing job is too big or too small. Call anytime for a free quote (504) 345-9121
House Pressure Washing (SOFT)
Driveway Pressure Washing
Brick Pressure Washing
Tile Pressure Washing
Wooden Deck Pressure Washing
Why Choose Slidell Pressure Washing Company To Do The Job
A One-Stop Pressure Washing Service
Frequently Asked Questions About Pressure Washing
What is pressure washing?
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 surfaces need to be pressure washed?
For the majority of surfaces, an annual pressure 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 ppressure washings.
Can I do the pressure washing on my own?
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.
What are PSI and GPM?
GPM is the gallons per minute. This flushes the contaminants pushed off by the PSI.
Both are very important. Some people do, however, prefer more PSI or more GPM depending on their needs. A farmer may want more GPM to flush contaminants away from the fresh soil; a business owner may want more PSI to get the grime off the exterior surface of his or her storefront.