When it comes to keeping your home looking its best, one important aspect is maintaining the cleanliness of the exterior. One effective way to do this is through soft washing. But what exactly is soft washing, and what factors determine the cost of this service?
In short, soft washing involves using a low-pressure water spray and a specialized cleaning solution to gently remove dirt, grime, and other buildup from the exterior surfaces of a home. This method is considered a safer and more effective alternative to traditional pressure washing, which can damage certain types of surfaces and potentially cause harm to the environment.
So, what factors determine the cost of soft washing a home? One major factor is the size of the home. The larger the home, the more square footage that needs to be cleaned, and therefore, the higher the cost. The type of exterior surface being cleaned also plays a role. For example, cleaning a wooden surface may require more specialized equipment and techniques than cleaning a vinyl, hardie board, or brick surface.
The condition of the exterior surface is also a determining factor in cost. If the exterior is heavily soiled or if the home is multi-story, the cost may be higher as it will require more time and resources to complete the job.
For general pricing purposes, softwashing can be organized into the following categories.
Small Homes (less than 2,000 sf)
Mid Size Homes (2,000-3,500sf)
Large Homes (3,500-4,500sf)
Above 4,500sf Homes
It is also important to be aware of any specific issues, problems, or additional treatment needs that your home or property may need that could affect pricing; such as persistent oxidation or rust staining issues. In addition, many of our customers benefit from soft washing additional areas of their property; like driveways, patios, landscape walls, decks & fences.
In conclusion, soft washing is a great way to keep your home looking its best and maintain the value of your property. The cost of this service can vary depending on factors such as the size of your home, the type of exterior surface being cleaned, the location of your home, or if your property needs any additional treatments.