Power washing is done with heated water at 3600 pounds per square inch of pressure and can be used to clean a variety of outdoor surfaces. The Bright Side provides power washing for the following surfaces around your home:
- Vinyl and Aluminum Siding
- Unpainted, Stained, or Natural Wood Decks
- Garage Floors
Additionally, we can restore and seal your unpainted, stained, or natural wood surfaces.
Our team will perform an in-person estimate of the area(s) to be cleaned, searching specifically for trouble spots or places that may need more restoration or might benefit from sealant. By the end of our inspection, we’ll be able to tell you how much it’ll cost and how long it’ll take.
About Power Washing
Enhance your curb appeal by improving the appearance of your outdoor surfaces.
Power washing begins by clearing the surface to be cleaned of any loose dirt, whether by sweeping or using a leaf blower. We pretreat with brightening agents and mildewcide as needed, which will help prolong the life of your outdoor surfaces.
Have Mold or Mildew?
If you’re battling a mold or mildew problem on the outdoor surfaces of your home, The Bright Side is your ally.
Vinyl and aluminum siding, brick, and other outdoor surfaces can be effectively treated for mildew with both power washing and mildewcide.
Garage a Mess?
Garages and driveways can become grimy, covered in oil and/or rust stains. Specialized treatments combined with standard power washing can eliminate these unsightly stains.
About Wood Deck Restoration and Sealing
When you purchase a professionally installed and treated wooden deck or patio, the manufacturer has surely made very specific promises about its durability. This often leads our customers to believe their decks don’t require regular maintenance.
In fact, annual or semi-annual cleaning and sealant reapplication may help extend the life of your wood deck or patio by working to keep out the elements.
Prepare for spring and summer by having your deck or patio washed and/or treated with sealant. Cleaning takes just a few hours; sealants take a bit longer to apply and cure but are well worth the wait.
Sealants are either sprayed or brushed on, depending on what’s most appropriate for the area being treated. If you happen to notice a difference in coverage after your sealant has dried and cured, The Bright Side will be happy to come back and provide a touch-up.
Keep Your Deck in Great Condition Year After Year
The Bright Side will work with you to find the perfect sealing solution, including choosing colors, finish, and ease of future maintenance.
Interested in receiving annual deck maintenance? Contact us today to see if a discounted annual rate is available for you!