Why Soft Washing?
Soft Washing vs. Pressure Washing
Pressure washing has been the accepted practice in our industry for years, but as the industry evolves, so do our techniques and processes. Pressure washing does remove dirt and grime from surfaces but it does so at a cost. It can cause damage to paint by chipping, windows can be broken, and seals on door and window panes can be blown out causing a fogging effect, which eliminates the thermal barrier. If a pressure washer is used on a roof, it will void the warranty and look to replace your roof in the near future. The only thing that a pressure washer is still recommended to be used for is concrete driveways and sidewalks and removing paint.
Soft washing is more effective then pressure washing because it sanitizes the surface instead of mechanically removing it by blasting it. This process will prevent regrowth longer then pressure washing and avoids damaging surfaces and is gentler to your property all the way around