Exterior Building Cleaning

Professional Pressure Washing Services

At Saiga Solutions, we offer a wide range of exterior building cleaning services. Our goal is to help our clients with all types of maintenance and repair projects with professional pressure washing services. We also cater to services like roof cleaning, deck and fence cleaning, and more.

What We Offer

  • Roof cleaning
  • Rust/stain removal
  • House washing
  • Driveway & surface cleaning
  • Deck & fence washing
  • Gutter cleaning & brightening
  • Window cleaning services
  • HOA Community cleaning

Soft Washing

Pressure Washing

Although pressure washing and power washing sound similar, there are a few differences. Power washing utilizes the idea of blasting water at high pressure but only with hot water. The usage of hot water sanitizes surfaces and is also superior at breaking down organic materials.

Effective Home Cleaning Solution

While pressure washing is an extremely effective home solution to cleaning various surfaces of the home, it doesn’t heat water. However, the pressures are high enough to be hazardous. Inexperienced people often learn the hard way about the cutting power of a pressure washer.

Soft Washing

Pressure washers are often used to soft wash, but are modified to lower the pressure per square inch (PSI). For rinsing and cleaning applications, soft washing is done using less than 500 PSI. Interestingly, the tip of the pressure washer is replaced with one that widens the spray, dropping the point of pressure.

THE EXTERIOR OF YOUR HOME AND BUSINESS IS DIRTIER THAN YOU THINK!!

Soft Wash vs Pressure Wash:
A professional pressure washing can achieve some really dramatic results. Watching that layer of dirt wash away is a pretty satisfying experience. Where regular cleaning and maintenance falls short, only pressure washing can take care of built-up grime. The two most common services requested are pressure washing and soft washing:

Power Washing

Pressure washing and power washing sound like the same thing, but there are a few distinctions. Power washing utilizes the same idea of blasting water at a high pressure, only with hot water. This sets power washing apart because the hot water not only acts to sanitize surfaces, it is also superior at breaking down organic materials.
Power washing machines are usually heavier duty machines, as well. You can acquire a professional-strength power washer, but you should leave this to those whom are professionally trained to use them. These are extremely dangerous to you and your property without the correct training or knowing the correct practices.
Power washing is mainly used on the following:

  • Driveways
  • Stone Walls
  • Bricking
  • Rough Concrete
  • Some Asphalt
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Pressure Washing

Pressure washing is an extremely effective home solution to cleaning various surfaces of the home. Pressure washers don't heat up water. However, the pressures are still high enough to be dangerous. Amateurs often learn the hard way about the cutting power of a pressure washer. Water is being pushed out at such a high rate, it can cut through a finger to the bone in a split-second. It can also do stuff like carve a pumpkin or descale a fish.
Special care must also be taken when pressure washing home sidings. You need to be at the correct distance to avoid wearing down vinyl sidings, wood shingles, and so forth. If not used correctly, you could cause what we call “etching”. This is when you leave what looks like streaks or lines in the siding material due to too much pressure being concentrated in one spot for too long.
Pressure washing is mainly used on the following:

  • Decking
  • Stone Pathways
  • Patio Furniture
  • Anything that is hard but has deep grooves that allow dirt to be embedded is a great candidate for pressure washing.

Soft Washing

Now, you may be thinking that soft washing has nothing to do with pressure washing. Ironically, pressure washers are used to soft wash, but they are modified to lower the PSI, or pressure per square inch.
Soft washing is done using less than 700 PSI for rinsing or cleaning application. The tip of the pressure washer is replaced with one that widens the spray, dropping the point of pressure. On top of this, soft washing utilizes special cleaning solutions to break down dirt and organisms living on surfaces.
These cleaning solutions are eco-friendly and will not strip protective coatings on your home's exterior. Soft washing methods are preferred in a variety of situations over pressure washing and is our preferred way of cleaning homes and businesses. Soft washing is also the only method of cleaning that does not void any type of warranties on your home.
Soft washing is recommended for soft surfaces, such as:

  • Cedar shake siding
  • Wood panel siding
  • Areas around rooted plants
  • Stucco and Coquina
  • Outdoor wood furniture
  • Screens, Enclosures, and Lanais
  • Vinyl Siding
  • Shingle, Tile, Slate, Cedar Shake, and Metal Roofs

WE ALSO PROVIDE WINDOW CLEANING SERVICES WITH EACH WASHING SERVICE!!!

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