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Professional Power Washing Services
Power washing is an important step in the preparation of exterior surfaces to ensure the cleanest surface to apply house paint. CertaPro Painters® of Gainesville, FL exterior painters can use different types of power washing depending on your home and the type of job. Power washing can be performed on:
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Power washing from CertaPro Painters® of Gainesville, FL will prepare your painting project for success from the very beginning. Precision and professionalism from CertaPro Painters® of Gainesville, FL will give your house the look and feel of a brand new home!
Power Washing is the Foundation of our Exterior Paint Process
Exterior painting from CertaPro Painters® of Gainesville, FL usually follows a five-step process: washing, surface preparation, painting, cleaning, and inspection. The first step, washing, is the foundation of the entire project to remove mold, oil, and old paint so new paint absorbs into your surface better.
1 Power Wash
Any necessary areas of your home’s exterior will be power washed or hand washed to remove dirt and mildew.
Any loose paint is scraped, glossy areas are scuff sanded and any gaps are caulked to prevent water intrusion.
Your repaired areas are primed before premium-quality paint is applied to your home’s exterior, creating a uniform finish.
At the end of each day, the painting crew cleans up around your home, ensuring any paint chips are removed and all materials are stored neatly away.
After our own inspection, your job site supervisor will walk you through the space, giving you the opportunity to review our work and to provide any initial feedback.
Common Questions About Power Washing Services
How often should you power wash your house?
Power washing should be part of most home’s routine maintenance schedules. We recommend homeowners power wash their home once every 6 to 12 months, or as needed if the exterior is visibly dirty.
Can CertaPro Painters® help with power washing of other surfaces like driveways or decks?
Many locations do power washing as part of preparing to paint. Power washing can take place on surfaces that driveways and decks are made from including: wood, concrete, asphalt and brick.
Can power washing cause damage?
Yes, using too much pressure or using power washing equipment improperly can damage the surfaces of your home. It is important to understand the level of pressure needed for the surface being washed. That’s why it’s best to trust the professionals.