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Moore’s Pressure Washing
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We're fully bonded and insured giving you peace of mind when we're on your property. All of our staff go through safety training to ensure your protected.
ON TIME SERVICE
Our customer service is second to no other company in the industry. When you book an appointment with us, we'll be there on time, every time.
Our staff is background checked and trained with the best training in our industry. You can be certain that you and your property are in safe hands.
UP FRONT PRICING
No hidden costs! What is agreed on is what you pay. We send you an official estimate and once you sign off we do the work. You pay exactly as you expected you were going to pay. Hassle free.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT?
A FAST QUOTE
You’re busy. That’s why our process from start to finish is designed to compliment your schedule and lifestyle.
With scheduling made easy, you’ll be able to pick a time that works for you. Your time is valuable. We get it!
We deliver on our promise with every customer, every time. If you call someone else, we cannot guarantee your satisfaction.
Moore's Pressure Washing FAQs
Yes. Pressure washing is often used for removing grime, dirt or bacteria that accumulates on your roof over an extended period of time.
Many people pressure wash their roofs by attaching soap to the hose and spraying it on the surface of the roof. Once finished, the soapy solution must be rinsed off with water before you can walk on it or allow anyone close to it. Spray too much soap and you risk slippery surfaces which could lead to falls. Roof pressure washing is a great way to clean your roof, if you’re doing it yourself make sure to use the proper pressure so you don’t damage your roof!
Thanks to Green and Clean Professionals for providing this information! You can learn more about them here: https://www.greenandcleanpro.com/.
Pressure washing prices vary greatly depending on the size of the project, the type and number of surfaces to be cleaned, how much work is involved such as power washing brick or roofs, and whether we need to purchase chemicals for cleaning. To learn more about your specific project, feel free to contact us for a free quote!
This answer was provided by our friends at Clean Power Wash!
Hiring professional pressure washing services is the best way to ensure that your home or business shines like new. The dangers of DIY cleaning chemicals and misguided scrubbing with brushes make it worth the investment for all of your cleaning needs.
Pressure washing services can clean virtually anything, including vinyl siding, patios, driveways, decks and more. Professional pressure washers know how to use high-pressure water and soap to remove dirt and grime without damaging surfaces like conventional methods. Pressure washing is also a great choice if you have foot traffic on your sidewalks as it will help remove dirt from shoe sole interactions with exterior building component surfaces such as sidewalks, fascia boards and ramps.
Special thanks to Wise Guys Pro Wash for sharing!
Power washing vs pressure washing can often times be used synonymously but both are effective ways to clean surfaces. Pressure washing uses high-pressure water to remove dirt, grime, and other debris from surfaces. Power washing also uses high-pressure water, but it also includes heat to help remove stubborn stains. However, if you have a gentle surface like siding or roofing soft wash cleaning is the preferred method.
This answer was provided by Pure Clean Window Cleaning in Boise Idaho!
Yes, pressure washing vinyl siding could damage it. This is because the high-pressure stream of water can blast away at the paint or sealant, removing it and exposing the raw wood or metal beneath. In some cases, this could cause the underlying material to corrode or rust.
A better option for cleaning siding is soft washing. This involves using a low-pressure stream of water and soap. It will gently remove dirt, mold, and mildew without damaging the paint or sealant.
Thanks to Ascension Home Services from San Diego for sharing these tips!
Yes, it's a good idea to clean your pavers before sealing them. Power washing patio pavers or driveway pavers are the best way to do this, but you can also use a pressure washer. Be sure to remove all the dirt, dust, and debris from the surface of the pavers before sealing them. This will help ensure that the sealant penetrates the surface of the pavers and provides maximum protection.
This answer was provided by paver sealing experts, Stingray Sealing Services in Sarasota, FL.
Yes! Pressure washing your house is a great way to clean it and restore its original color. It's also very affordable, so it's a great option if you're looking for an affordable way to clean your house.
Pressure washing is a great way to get rid of built-up dirt, grease, and stains on the outside of your house. It can also remove mold and mildew, and it can help restore the original color of your house.
If you're looking for affordable pressure washing feel free to contact us!