What is the difference between soft washing and pressure washing?
Soft Washing is the use of quality detergents (most often mixed with chlorine bleach) and low pressure to gently remove mold and mildew from the exterior of your home. Pressure Washing is the use of high pressure to remove mold and mildew. High pressure can cause many issues if not done by properly insured professionals like Integrity.
Are all Pressure Washing companies alike?
No. Not at all. At Integrity, we only use “pressure” with our surface cleaners on concrete. When doing houses we use our “soft wash” method which is the safe, no damage way to wash a house. We gently wash your home by spraying on high quality detergents, then rinse down your home using around 150 psi. Leaving your home beautiful and clean.
Will your LOW pressure roof clean and treatment damage my roof?
Our exclusive Roof-a-Cide treatment is an EPA certified “Green” product, and is approved to be used by many manufacturers. It's completely safe on pets, people and especially plants. After washing down your barrel tile, asphalt shingle, or steel coated roof system, it is applied by lightly spraying your roof. You will be shocked to see what color your roof actually is! You can also be rest assured knowing that we carry a $1M General Liability insurance policy for your protection. A new roof cost anywhere between $5,000 – $12,000 while our RAC Treatment starts at around $400+ depending on square footage of your roof.
Is Integrity Pressure Cleaning licensed and insured?
Yes. We carry a business license, general liability and also workman's comp. In fact, we carry the same workman's comp insurance roofing companies carry. Many of our Roofing trade partners require this in order to do work.
Will grass, plants, or shrubbery be harmed?
Roof-A-Cide® will not harm your plants. Many of our competitors have to cover your plants and wash down before and after their processes, but not Integrity!
We do not have a water hookup where the washing is to be done. Can you still do the job?
Yes we can. On small jobs, we have a tank on our trailer that can hold up to 300 gallons. On larger jobs, we'll get a water meter from the jurisdiction where you live and hook up to a fire hydrant for water. Very simple and no stress to homeowner or community.
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