Pressure Washing FAQ

What is Soft washing?

Soft washing is a newer term introduced into the world of pressure washing. Essentially, it is a process where the detergent is put on the surface, dwell time is allowed and then the detergent is softly washed away. This creates a clean surface without damaging paint or harming property. It is the preferred method used by professionals.

What type of cleaner do you use?

We use a specially blended house wash solution. This solution is, and can be used on all residential and commercial properties. It is made up of sodium hypochlorite, surfactants and water. The detergent is strong enough to kill mold and mildew, yet it won’t hurt vegetation.

Do we need to use your water?

Yes, we typically show up to every job with 100 gallons in our buffer tank. Unfortunately, that is not normally enough to complete a house wash. We always use the minimum amount of water and take extra care to not be wasteful.

What types of payment do you accept?

We take cash, checks and credit/debit cards. What ever you prefer is fine with us.

What do we need to do to prepare for our cleaning? Not much to be honest! There’s a few simple things you can do to prepare, like making sure all windows are closed, patio door and gates are unlocked and animals are put up. Most furniture on patios we can easily shift over and worked around.

When is the best time to get my house washed?

We get this question asked a lot, and understandably so. In Florida we don’t believe a best or worse time exists, due to yea-round climate mold and mildew growth.

How often should I get my house washed?

This really depends on personal preference and amount of shade and rainfall on your property. Typically once a year is fine, but try not to go longer than two years.

Do I need to be home?

Not at all! In fact, most of our customers aren’t at home when we come over, which is totally fine. We can leave an invoice and you can mail a payment, or you may pay with your card over the phone.

Lakeland Pressure Washing
4146 Shadetree Lane