Actually, we haven´t pressure washed a roof in a while, because for the last year or so, the new technique of softwashing roofs has become overwhelmingly popular. The reason for this lies in the fact, that softwashing is less potentially damaging for the shingles and thus preferred by most customers.
However, for a homeowner and a DIY-enthusiast we have featured this short video by Tim Carter of AsktheBuilder.com, who walks you through on how to use a pressure washer to clean moss, lichen and algae off your roof without damaging the shingles.
This beautiful home in South Tampa was recently purchased by our long-time customer Michael T. He owns several properties and calls us every 6 months to do all the needed pressurewashing jobs including the cleaning of the windows.
Here you can see a picture of the dirty soffits, that needed to be taken care of:
In front of some older houses, we find brick-walkways, which add such character to the home. Those houses are often from the 1920's and wonderfully quaint. That brick walkway winds up to the front door, saying:" Go ahead, walk up to this house. You're welcome!"
Caring for brick pavers
Caring for such an "antique" or even a newer version of your old brick-walkway is a rewarding task. The classic look of that rich red brick can be restored with the tip of my pressure washer wand ;-) and a sealer, that takes care of the unique nature of old and new brick pavers. The end result can look stunning, like this:
I wanted to show you the images of a project we did in Spring this year, where we softwashed a total of 175 roofs in a community in Pinellas Park. Here you can see the community from a bird´s-eye view.
Ella May + Luna Marie + Amelie Rose Munoz:
We like to help our Dad to promote his pressure washing and window cleaning business in Clearwater and Tampa Bay. Hope you enjoy this blog ;-).
Charlotta Munoz + kids