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Goodbye dull & dingy.
Hello bright & shiny.
You want a house so clean that it cues relaxation when you arrive home. But, if achieving the kind of clean you want requires you tuning up the old pressure washer and manhandling the extension ladder, it probably cues a whole lot more dread instead. We can help.
At Revive Power Washing, our soft wash process utilizes a gentle application of biodegradable detergents that lift dirt and algae from your home without the use of harsh pressure. That means that our cleaning won’t damage your home’s exterior and it will stay cleaner years longer than traditional pressure washing.
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Ways we'll help you
love coming home.
Get your weekend back.
Avoid replacing your roof.
Concrete & Patio Cleaning
Get BBQ-ready in no time.
Prevent costly surprises.
Get your weekend back.
Avoid replacing your roof.
Concrete & Patio Cleaning
Get BBQ-ready in no time.
Prevent costly surprises.
Dryer Vent Cleaning
Keep your dryer functional.
Why soft washing?
With a professional soft wash from Revive Power Washing, you'll:
Protect Your Home's Exterior
Get A Deeper
Prevent Future Dirt & Grime
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With a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
From a Professional, Courteous Team
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at your home.
Before and after:
We clean more than 1,000 homes & businesses in the Lehigh Valley each year and “professional” and “courteous” are the most recurring words in our reviews.
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A member of our team will come to your property, review the project, take measurements, and get you an accurate competitive quote. You can point out any specific areas of concern, and we can answer any questions you have.
Relax. Your to-do list just got a little shorter.
We know how it feels to pull in your driveway and be met with a house that’s lost its shine. You may think, “I’ll get around to power washing it someday.” But, with the normal demands of your every day and the hassle of fussing with getting the right equipment, supplies, and finding the darn extension ladder, it’s easy for “someday” to turn into “maybe next season,” year after year after year.
Revive Power Washing was created for you. We’re a team of local professionals who care about doing what we say we’ll do, every time. We’ve cleaned thousands of homes and businesses in the Lehigh Valley and we’ll clean at least a thousand more this year. Let’s add yours to the list.
And, if for some reason you’re not totally satisfied, you’ll get your money back — guaranteed.
So, GET A QUICK QUOTE because, with everything you’ve got on your plate, you ought to love pulling up to a clean home that reduces your stress, not adds to it.
Revive Power Wash FAQs
The cost of power washing a house can vary greatly depending on factors such as the size of the home, the type of surface that needs to be cleaned, access complications with trees or other obstructions, etc. You can get an accurate cost estimate by contacting professionals in your area for a quote.
Additional information could include any tips you have for people looking to hire someone to power wash their house! Some tips could include checking reviews about past customers they’ve worked with in order to make sure they are reputable in what they do and will try their best when working with your home. They may also give advice on things like when is best for them to come out and how long it may take.
Special thanks to Browns Pressure Washing for providing this content!
There are a few different ways to clean the exterior of your house. The first option is to choose from a variety of pressure washers that will shoot the cleaner onto your bricks and stones. Many homeowners use this method for tougher stains, but you need to wear safety goggles and keep skin at a safe distance from the sprayer, since it can be strong.
If you have delicate plants around your home, or if you want dirt instead of stain removal, then consider using a soft wash house solution with water along with some sort of scrubbing brush.
Thanks to Blue Flamingo SoftWash for sharing this information with us!
Concrete power wash is what you need to do. It’ll pull up all that dirt that has sunk into your driveway over the years, not just looses surface debris that can easily be swept or hosed away. The wash will also remove any stubborn stains without cracking your sealer coat by using gentle pressure and moderate heat.
This information was provided by Gordon Exterior Cleaning.
Yes, many people use pressure washing machines to clean their roof. Roof pressure washing will not only remove any dirt or stains, but also help extend the life of the tiles and prevent mold and algae from developing.
At high pressures, water has a much higher surface tension than it does at lower pressures. When using a pressure washer on shingles or tiles it’s important to be careful because if you direct the nozzle perpendicular at someone tile it will score and crack them (the same goes for aluminum gutters).
Thanks to Moore’s Pressure washing for providing this information, you can learn more about them here: https://moorespressurewash.com/
Two excellent ways are soft washing and pressure washing vinyl siding.
The first requires the use of a power washer with an adequate nozzle, preferably on medium stream with high pressure. The pressure has to be enough that it can break down any of the tough dirt that’s present on the surface of the vinyl siding. For this process it is important to have thick gloves because there are certain finishes that are sensitive to this type of chemical treatment. If you want more attention-grabbing results, try warming up or limiting water flow so as not to go deep into the crevices.
Special thanks to Wise Guys Pro-Wash for sharing!
This would depend on the degree of soiling of the brick. Most people pressure wash their houses, but not brick, because it drives water into deeper recesses that are difficult to remove. Plus, if the bricks are already too wet from rain or other weathering then they will just get wet again and may expand under pressure washing. However, pressure washing brick does have its benefits in increased sanitation by blowing off surface dirt and will likely keep moss away since it’s a softer type of plant growth like algae and fungus that like moist areas dark and warm (like near sidewalks). It also helps to clean any graffiti off things easily. This answer was provided by Green and Clean Professionals, you can learn more about them here: https://www.greenandcleanpro.com/.
No, power washing would have much less impact on your home than a rain storm.
A good rain shower can produce more than an inch of water in an hour, while a professional power washer will deliver only 0.5-2 gallons of water per minute. In addition, the high-pressure stream from a power washer can actually help to remove any dirt or debris that might be blocking your drainage system and contributing to flooding.
This information was provided to us from our friends at Elek Plumbing right here in Allentown, PA.
The cost of roof cleaning can vary depending on the size and type of roof, the severity of the dirt and algae build-up, and the equipment and labor required. Generally, though, you can expect to pay between $400 or more for a standard residential roof cleaning. Obviously there are many determining factors such as size of roof, how dirty the roof is, the pitch, the material of the roof, and what the roof is made of.
If your roof is severely stained or has a lot of moss or algae growth, it may require more specialized equipment or treatment methods, which will increase the cost. You should always consult with a professional roof cleaner before deciding on a specific plan of action, as they will be able to give you an accurate estimate based on your specific situation.
Thanks to Karey at Florida Clean Roof for this great insight!
Soft washing is the better option for roof cleaning.
Soft wash roof cleaning is a gentle, low-pressure washing process that uses a detergent solution to clean your roof. This method is much safer for your roof than pressure washing, which can damage shingles and tiles.
So if you’re looking for a safe and effective way to clean your roof, soft wash roof cleaning is the way to go.
Thanks to HMS Window Cleaning for sharing this answer!
There are three main types of commercial power wash services: cold water, hot water, and steam.
Cold water is the most popular type because it’s the most affordable and versatile. It’s good for removing light dirt, dust, and debris, but it can’t be used on surfaces that are sensitive to water or that may be damaged by high pressure.
Hot water is more expensive than cold water but can be used on a wider range of surfaces. It’s good for removing grease, oils, and tough stains.
Steam is the most expensive type of pressure washing and is only used for special applications like cleaning aircraft engines or industrial equipment.
Special thanks to LBL Soft Wash for this great information!
How much does pressure washing a driveway cost?If you are considering or thinking about if your should pressure washing the driveway, can be an expensive undertaking if you are not careful. From the cost of renting or buying the necessary pressure washer equipment to disposing of wastewater, there is a significant price tag associated with getting it done. An average cost to pressure wash a small residential driveway is approximately $75-$200, while larger commercial driveways may run upwards of $500+. If you’re doing the project yourself, be sure to factor in supplies such as detergents and tips for cleaning hard-to-reach spots since they will add to the total cost. With proper preparation and timely maintenance, however, regular pressure washing can help increase your home’s curb appeal and even extend the life of your driveway. Here is a short video showing hoe to power wash your driveway properly.
Commercial pressure washing is a specialized form of exterior cleaning that focuses on removing dirt, debris, and other materials from the exterior of large buildings such as shopping centers, office complexes, hospitals and warehouses. The primary difference between commercial pressure washing and residential pressure washing lies in the types of equipment used.
Commercial power washers generate substantially more water pressure than most residential machines. While a typical homeowner’s electric or gas-powered machine has a maximum water output rate around 1,400 to 2,800 pounds per square inch (PSI), commercial-grade machines can have output rates ranging from 3200 PSI to upwards of 7500 PSI or even higher. As a result they are extremely effective at removing stubborn dirt deposits or stains on surfaces such as concrete, asphalt and brick paving which would be difficult to remove with lower-pressure washers. In addition to greater application pressures, commercial grade machines also include larger motors so they can discharge the water at increased volumes for longer periods without risk of overheating or breakdowns compared to consumer models.
Another important difference is the use of additives with commercial power washers which can improve their effectiveness. These could include detergents designed for specific kinds of stains such as rust removal agents or mildew removers, high alkaline cleaners designed for paved surfaces, degreasers specifically formulated for oil spills, acid cleaners designed for metal surfaces like steel railings etc, and other specialty chemicals depending on customer needs. These help make sure that all stubborn residue is removed quickly and effectively without damaging underlying materials during powerful blasting operations that require high levels of heat and abrasive action along with chemical assistance right where required rather than across entire areas indiscriminately like traditional garden hose spraying would do when cleaning exteriors by hand.
It is generally recommended to get your house washed once every year, depending on factors such as location, climate, and materials used in construction. If you live in a humid climate or an area prone to extreme weather changes, it might be beneficial to get your house washed more frequently.
If you’re unsure when the last time your home was washed was – then there are certain signs that suggest it may need washing sooner rather than later. These include discoloration of exterior walls, accumulation of dirt/soil around the foundation or visible mildew spots on siding. Keeping up with routine maintenance such as trimming back overgrown trees and bushes can also help prevent further dirt accumulation which would necessitate more frequent cleanings.
It’s important to note that not all methods of house washing are created equal – some services use harsh chemicals while others only use water pressure without any chemicals involved at all! You should always ask what type of cleaning solution will be used for optimal results for both aesthetics and safety purposes. Additionally, if you have a brick or stucco home make sure the company is experienced with those types of materials before proceeding with the service – improper cleaning techniques can cause irreparable damage down the line!
Special thanks to Reign City Soft Wash for providing us with this information!