Pressure Wash My Vinyl Siding

May 24, 2010 by  
Filed under California Pressure Washing Blog



Your house has vinyl siding and you need to have it pressure washed.  As you probably have found out, rinsing it down with a garden hose or better yet borrowing your neighbor’s pressure washer just did not get it as clean as your thought it would.  Home owners in California just assume that pressure washing their vinyl siding is as easy as sealing their concrete or pavers.  Obviously most have learned the hard way that pressure washing their house or deck is not as easy as it sounds.  Pressure washing your house, whether it is vinyl, stucco, wood or any other building material, is a carefully orchestrated process that should be left to qualified experts in the pressure washing industry to perform.

As a home owner you run a very high risk of causing costly and sometimes permanent damage to your house or property by using a pressure washer that you have no experience in using.

Hiring a professional pressure wash contractor to perform the correct and right way to pressure wash your house is smart and worth the investment.  A combination of cleaning soaps, heat and low pressure are the key ingredients to a successful pressure wash job, especially when pressure washing vinyl siding.

Don’t run the risk of having water intrusion find its way underneath the eaves of your vinyl.  This happens due to just using nothing but pressure from a pressure washer to serve or act as the ‘cleaning agent’.  This procedure is incorrect not only for pressure washing vinyl but also for most surfaces at your house.

Before you fire up the pressure washer that you purchased at the local hardware store to wash your property that you paid hundreds of thousands of dollars for, consider the option of hiring a professional to perform the pressure wash services that you need.  Pressure washing is not about the use of just pressure and water.  View more of our pressure wash pics.

Pressure Wash My Vinyl Siding BEFORE

Pressure Wash My Vinyl Siding BEFORE

Pressure Wash My Vinyl Siding AFTER

Pressure Wash My Vinyl Siding AFTER

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  2. roclafamilia on Thu, 21st Oct 2010 4:14 am 

    Helpful blog, bookmarked the website with hopes to read more!

  3. vinyl siding on Mon, 23rd May 2011 2:57 am 

    I also use pressure washer for the cleaning of vinyl siding. It is easiest method to clean the vinyl siding.. It should need a care to use it.. Keep away it from the eye level..

  4. House Siding on Sat, 17th Sep 2011 2:16 am 

    It very nice blog and good information share about Pressure Wash Vinyl Siding its really helpfully i like this blog. Thanks

  5. Mary Martin on Tue, 20th Mar 2012 8:23 am 

    Yeah! I did benefit from pressure washing my vinyl sidings. The loose paint, mold, grime, dust, mud, and dirt were totally removed! But be careful of using too much pressure, as this can damage your vinyl covering. Yes, hire professionals. That would be the best option, especially if you aren’t too sure of yourself.

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