3 Things to Remember before you Pressure Wash your Home
It’s the time of year when many homeowners take stock of their homes and yards and start making plans for outdoor projects. One such project that can make a big impact is pressure washing your house exterior. Pressure washing not only cleans your home’s siding and trim, but it can also help to protect it from different elements. Keep reading to learn more about pressure washing and how to get started with your renovation project.
When it comes to pressure washing your house, there are a few things you’ll need to keep in mind. First, always use a pressure washer that’s designed for home use. These pressure washers are usually electric and have a lower PSI, or pounds per square inch, than commercial-grade pressure washers. This means they’ll be less likely to cause damage to your home’s siding or trim. Second, start with a low pressure setting and work your way up until you find the setting that’s right for your home. Finally, be sure to use an extension cord so you can reach all areas of your home’s exterior.
Now that you know a little bit more about power washing your house, it’s time to get started on your project.
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