I’m sure many of you are sick and tired of this cold and snowy winter. You’re probably dreaming of spring when you can finally go outside without having to put on multiple layers and shovel snow away from your house and driveway. Plus with all the slush your home is probably in need of a cleaning. So when that warm weather finally arrives you might want to consider pressure washing.
Matthews’ Painting provides a professional pressure washing service, so you don’t have to worry about doing it yourself. Pressure washing can be a dangerous task, especially if you have no experience. Not to mention if done improperly, pressure washing can do some damage to your home. However there are multiple benefits to this spring-cleaning task.
Pressure washing isn’t just for your home’s exterior. You can pressure wash your deck, blasting away dirt buildup and stains to reveal the rich color of the wood again. Or maybe your driveway and garage have an ugly combination of dirt, sand, oil and grease stains from winter driving. Pressure washing can get rid of that in no time. Before you know it, pressure washing will spruce up multiple aspects of your home in time for warmer weather.
Looking to Paint?
Perhaps this long winter has sparked an interest in changing the color of your home’s exterior. Well you can’t just paint your home right away once the snow melts. You’ll have to prep and pressure washing is perfect for that. Plus, if done right, it’s a lot faster than hand-washing your home’s exterior.
While pressure washing can be dangerous to your home and to yourself, it can also prevent damage. How? Well if you don’t clean your home, all that salt and grime from winter just sits on your home’s exterior. In time residue can cause serious and permanent damage, which will cost more in the long run to repair. By pressure washing your home post-winter, all that residue won’t be a problem!
With spring and warm weather come allergies. Believe it or not, pressure washing can help. By pressure washing your home’s exterior, you simultaneously reduce the level of allergens in and around your home. While it won’t get rid of allergies completely, it’ll help by reducing the amount of coughing, sneezing, and watery eyes your family might face.
If you need some tips on pressure washing, check out our blog post Pressure Washing House Before Painting. But we aren’t kidding when we warn water that comes out of the pressure washer is dangerous. So if you’re not sure that you want to tackle the job yourself contact us or call us at (574) 834-3575. We’ll help you out and make sure your home looks as good as new!