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   Soft Wash House Washing In Cambridge

     If you’re in need of an exterior house cleaning service, soft washing is the way to go. In a similar fashion as pressure washing, soft washing includes spraying a detergent on the house but unlike pressure washing, high pressure is not used to clean the surface.  With a dwell time of about 10 to 15 minutes the detergents are easily rinsed off of the siding and brighten up nearly any exterior surface.  We had a customer this past week in Cambridge who’s home was regularly power washed by another contractor. The homeowner told me that once the contractor would leave you could visibly see stripes in the siding from where he had used high pressure to clean it. This customer’s siding was slightly oxidized and chalky if you would run your hand over it. We were willing to change our soap detergent mix up a little bit and add an ingredient that would help with removing some of that oxidation. The overall result was great.

Soft Washing in Cambridge

Soft Washing in Cambridge

In this photo the house is still drying, and that’s why you see those light and dark marks. However once it was finished drying the siding was uniform in color and did not have any marks from the use of a pressure washer.

Once we got underway with the house while it was noticed that the sidewalk could use a good cleaning. We gave this customer and estimate over the phone comma so had not seen the property one-on-one in-person. Truthfully we do so many house washes throughout the course of a year that for us to give a face-to-face estimate for every single job we do is not realistic. With as little information as the size of the house and height of the house we can get you a price nearly instantly. With that basic price you can also add on other services including things such as sidewalk cleaning, or gutter whitening. Here’s a little snippet of the sidewalk we cleaned.

Sidewalk cleaning in Cambridge

Sidewalk cleaning in Cambridge

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