We all know that feeling of wanting to take care of our homes ourselves. And, for the most part, we are successful. Changing the air filter, replacing the batteries in our smoke detectors, re-caulking the bathroom tile, and so on. There are certain tasks, however, that not only require a certain skill but also can be dangerous. DIY pressure washing is one of those that fall under the category of “leave it to the professionals”.
Pressure or power washing is a form of cleaning outside areas of your home with a pressurized spray. It can clean off built up grime, mold, dirt and debris from your lanai pavers, concrete patios, sidewalks, driveways, the siding of your home, and your roof. It does this with a strong spray of water that practically blasts the junk off of the surface you are cleaning. Because of the amount of force needed, diy pressure washing can be dangerous. Continue reading