Damage to Wood From Pressure Washer

Pressure washing or light spray washing is an important step in recoating the exterior of a building as coating over a contaminated surface may compromise the longevity and durability of the finish coating. With the right detergents, we can effectively and efficiently remove mold, mildew, pollen, road dirt and general airborne particles. In many cases, pressure washing can restore any part of your home or business to close its original condition, creating a superior and long-lasting recoating.

You can rent or buy a pressure washer anywhere but it is best to leave this task up to the experts. Pressure washing involves a balancing act: too little pressure you will merely compact the grime deeper into the grains of wood and too much pressure can you actually etch or damage the surface. Aside from damage to your property (broken windows are not as uncommon as you might think), pressure washing can actually be dangerous as they are capable of outputting up to 4,000 pounds per square inch of water. That is some serious power!

It also takes years of experience to get the chemical formula just right as well as knowing when to use hot or cold water. We have pressure-washed dozens of single and multi-story residential and commercial buildings, walls, stairs, fences, driveways, sidewalks, roofs, brick, decks and pool areas.

Momaney Painters has been serving our residential and commercial customers with pressure washing in Southern Vermont, New Hampshire and Franklin County, Massachusetts, for more than 50 years.