What is Power Washing?
Power washing vs. pressure washing: Both techniques are commonly used for cleaning driveways, sidewalks, and decks.
Power washing is a very common technique for cleaning driveways, sidewalks, and decks.
On the other hand, pressure washing utilizes a similar concept but with a slightly lower water pressure.
Cleaners accomplish it by spraying high-pressure water with a power washer or pressure washer onto the surface or using an abrasive pad to scrub away dirt and grime.
What is Pressure Washing?
Pressure washing is a great way to clean outdoor surfaces such as concrete, brick, and stucco. Cleaners can do this process by hand or with the help of a pressure washer and both methods produce desirable results.
The Difference: Power Washing vs. Pressure Washing
What is the difference between pressure washing and power washing?
People use pressure washing and power washing often interchangeably, but they are actually two different terms.
The term “pressure washing” refers to the pressure that is put on a surface to remove dirt from it. They do pressure washing with a simple spray nozzle or a high-powered jet. The term “power washing” refers to cleaning any outdoor surface with water that has been pressurized by a pump.
Can I choose any of the methods?
Yes, you can. There are many different types of cleaners to use, with each type fulfilling a different role in the cleaning process.
These processes can include soaps, detergents, ammonia, bleach, and basic cleaners. Choosing the right cleaner is important to ensure that your business is completely free of dirt and grime.
Both power washing and pressure washing can help protect family, friends, and neighbors from the dangers of black mold and other hazardous materials. But if you intend on doing that by yourself, it’s important to know what you’re getting into.
That’s why DBS Building Services offers a free consultation with one of our power washing specialists to help answer any questions and provide an estimate. We work with professional cleaners and property management companies in the areas of Ogden, Salt Lake City, and Utah County.
We provide Commercial Cleaning in cities around Ogden, Salt Lake City, and Provo (but not limited to):