Power Washing Machines - What is the Difference Between Pressure and Power Washing?

Power washing is among the top ways of cleaning your home’s exterior. A power washing machine uses a high-speed stream of water, usually through a pressure-washer attachment, to remove grime and dirt from bricks or siding of a house. The main difference between power and pressure washing is in heat, power washing uses heated water and pressure washing doesn’t. The advantage of power washing using heat is it is used for more serious jobs where grime and dirt are in excessive amounts, so it does a really good job. This is especially true if the house in question has a rather large outer perimeter, or an asphalt or concrete driveway or parking lot. 

The power washing services are also ideal for houses that need power washing after a natural disaster such as a tornado or flood because the power washing machine can help restore the property to its pre-loss condition.

A power washing machine will allow you to clean much bigger surfaces than a pressure washing system can. You can clean parking lots, patios, driveways, decks, sidewalks, stairs, and other surfaces that may not be cleaned using a pressure washer. It is important to note that you should never clean your swimming pools, hot tubs, decks, and outdoor decks without proper care and safety precautions. Power washing is not meant to be used on soft ground, and you should never power wash painted or textured surfaces.

-Showman Powerwashing