January 8, 2019 at 10:07 am
A new paint job goes a long way in keeping your residential property in top shape and also serves as a protective barrier for your home against inclement weather.
Though advice ranges from repainting your home every three years to up to ten years — and factors such as the climate, surface type of your home, and quality of the previous paint job should also be taken into account — one thing is certain. Before you commit the time and effort to painting your house, it’s important to prepare the surface of your home with an effective pressure wash.
When examining the exterior of your house in preparation for a paint job, you may notice the accumulation of dirt or mold. This is a sure sign you’re in need of a pressure wash, as the debris on the outside of your house may prevent the new paint from sticking. A professional pressure wash will wipe away anything that could potentially break down the new paint.
It’s possible you may not notice any major signs of wear and tear, but that doesn’t mean the current paint will not cause issues down the road. A pressure wash creates a smooth surface for the new paint, clear of any oils or chalky paint that may not be perceptible to the naked eye.
You’ll want to schedule your pressure wash in advance of the new paint job, as the house will need a few days to dry. Certain surfaces, such as wood, dry much slower than others.
Hire A Professional Pressure Cleaning Company
The primary way to ensure the best paint job is to properly prepare your home beforehand. Painting your house is a significant time and monetary expense, and a fresh pressure wash can extend the life of the new coat, leaving your home in pristine condition for years to come.
At Ultra Pressure Cleaning, we are experts in pressure washing both new and vintage homes and applying proper cleaning techniques to each specific type of surface on your home. Schedule a professional pressure wash for your home by contacting UPC today.