Pressure Wash · Softwash

WHAT IS SOFTWASHING?

Mostly unknown on the West Coast, Soft Washing has been used extensively and successfully throughout the East Coast for decades. It is simply a cheaper, faster, safer way to clean and sanitize exterior surfaces. Soft washing is also Drought Ordinance compliant and meets all Clean Water Act requirements. Soft Washing is used extensively at theme parks (Disneyworld), sports stadiums, on cruise ships and even children’s playgrounds. In the residential marketplace, this method is best used for Roof Cleaning, House Washing, Deck Cleaning, Fence cleaning and in some cases cement cleaning. Because of the damage that pressure washing (also known as power washing) can do to exterior surfaces, the soft wash process of using highly effective eco-safe cleaning detergents, 100% biodegradable chemicals, and very low pressure water was developed. The softwash system not only cleans better, but also is used to treat and sanitize the surfaces as well. It gets rid of the schmutz! The end result is the mold and bacteria are killed at the roots which prohibits it from returning for many years.
With Softwashing, custom blended cleaning solutions are applied to the surface by use of special, low pressure pumps. The pressure is about the same as what would be seen coming from a garden hose. It is the cleaning solution that does all the work. Whereas, with the use of a power washer, it is the pressure of the water stream that is trying to do the cleaning but is usually damaging the surface at the same time. Soft Washing cleans and brightens without the abrasive, water wasting damage of a pressure-washer.
So whether you’re a realtor looking to impress your client on how to instantly improve their homes curb appeal, or maybe you’re a property manager that wants to separate your company from its competition, or even, perhaps you’re just a homeowner- concerned that the ugly, dirty, nasty schmutz (yuk!) you see on your property could be affecting your families health. Whatever the case-softwash is the answer. “Got Schmutz?”

EXTERIOR CLEANING DURING A DROUGHT

Let’s face it, roofs and the exteriors of homes and buildings need exterior cleaning and sanitizing to maintain curb appeal, make good first impressions, maintain roof warranties, protect the health of its occupants and basically to just get rid of the schmutz. During times of drought, this essential maintenance is often neglected by those that are ill informed, or shall we say, not at the top of their game.
Whether you believe global warming is the culprit, or perhaps you’re in the “weather cycle” camp, drought is a factor that all of us need to recognize. Most experts will agree that the frequency, length and severity of droughts is escalating and we need to adapt, conserve water and comply with drought ordinances.
This is not accomplished with pressure washing or power washing. This is accomplished with softwashing. Softwashing uses approximately 1/3 the water that old school pressure washing uses. It’s power and effectiveness comes from state of the art specialized softwashing equipment, extensive training and Eco-Safe products that are 100% biodegradable. The softwash process is amazingly quiet as compared to noisy pressure washing engines and generators, so the neighbors or your customers will never be bothered or annoyed by the process. Best of all, softwashing sanitizes while it cleans. This means a better, longer lasting job that complies with all Drought Ordinances and meets all the requirements of the Clean Water Act. All of these facts are why today, most theme parks in the U.S. demand and use softwashing exclusively.
So whether you’re a realtor looking to impress your client on how to instantly improve their homes curb appeal, or maybe you’re a property manager that wants to separate your company from its competition, or even, perhaps you’re just a homeowner concerned that the ugly, dirty, nasty schmutz (yuk!) you see on your property could be affecting your families health. Whatever the case-softwash is the answer. Got Schmutz?

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