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Power Washing Crossville, TN

  • 1) Using Too Much Pressure - High pressure can resulting in a hole in your siding, etching your driveway, or splintering the wood in your deck.

  • 2) Power Washing Painted Surfaces - A painted surface that is old and exposed to sunlight may not stand up to low pressure washing.

  • 3) Using Hot Water - Hot water is typically for commercial applications, only. Hot water on residential surfaces can warp vinyl siding and damage shingles. 

Have a professional use the right techniques and tools
to properly power wash your home.

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