Frequently Asked Questions
AZ Power Wash Pros FAQs
At the heart of our operations lies a core principle: to provide exceptional property cleaning services that offer the best value for our clients. We believe that a clean property is not just an aesthetic choice, but a testament to the owner’s commitment to quality and professionalism.
We hope to answer all of your more frequently asked power washing questions here. If you have more, please drop us a note .
Power washing is a cleaning method that uses a high-pressure water spray to remove dirt, grime, mold, and other unwanted substances from surfaces. It’s like giving your property a deep clean!
Soft washing is a gentler alternative to power washing. It uses lower pressure and specialized solutions to safely remove dirt, insect webs, bird dropping and other organic stains from building exteriors and roofs.
It depends on the surface and the local conditions, but generally, it’s a good idea to power wash your home’s exterior 1-2 times a year. This helps maintain its appearance and prevent the buildup of dirt and grime.
PSI stands for Pounds per Square Inch, and it measures the pressure of the water. GPM, or Gallons per Minute, measures the volume of water delivered by the pressure washer. Both are important for understanding the power of a pressure washing unit.
While it’s possible to do power washing on your own, it’s often best to hire a professional. They have the right equipment and knowledge to do the job safely and effectively, without risking damage to your property.
If not done correctly, high-pressure washing can potentially damage your home. That’s why it’s important to hire professionals who know how to adjust the pressure and choose the right cleaning solutions for each surface.
Yes, there is. Hot water pressure washing is more effective at removing tough stains and grime, while cold water pressure washing might be suitable for lighter, surface-level dirt.
AZ Power Wash Pros services across the entire Phoenix Metro. This includes Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Tempe, Chandler, Gilbert, Ahwatukee, Fountain Hills, Goodyear, Glendale, Apache Junction, Tolleson, Avondale, Gold Canyon, Surprise, Maricopa, Casa Grande, Guadalupe, Paradise Valley, Queen Creek, Cave Creek and more.