Home Pressure Washing Projects To Complete Before Winter

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Winters can be brutal, and because they make it challenging to stay ahead of some home maintenance tasks, you need to get your house ready beforehand. When you think of projects to complete before winter, pressure washing your home may not be a priority on your to-do list. However, pressure washing can come in quite handy in helping you winterize your home.

In this post, our team of skilled pressure washing experts highlights several pressure washing projects you can schedule to prepare your home for the coming winter. Please keep reading for valuable tips. Don’t hesitate to contact us for expert pressure washing in Greensboro or the surrounding area.

Clean Your Gutters

During the fall, your gutters will likely fill up with everything from dry leaves to small twigs. In the winter, leftover plant debris can be much more difficult to clean as they turn into blocks of ice. As snow and freezing rain continue to enter your gutters, they’ll freeze whatever lies in your gutters, eventually blocking the entire system. Scheduling gutter cleaning before the winter cold can save you some hassle down the road.

Wash Your Deck or Patio

Your deck is a major investment for your home, so you want to take preventative measures to keep it well protected. If your deck or patio area has mold, mildew, or other contaminants, winter weather may saturate the surface and cause deterioration. Hiring a pressure washing company to give it a thorough cleaning during the fall can be a great way to get rid of any dirt and debris that might have accumulated and, more importantly, prepare your deck for painting or staining to prevent water absorption during winter.

Wash Your Windows

Your windows probably accumulate a fair share of dust, dirt, and grime over the course of spring and summer. If you leave the accumulated dirt over fall and winter, getting your windows squeaky clean may become challenging. Hiring an expert to pressure wash your windows before the winter will keep your windows clean and help to prevent damage.

Polish Your Home’s Exterior

Before winter arrives, take a stroll around your home. Check the exterior for any signs of dirt, moss, or mold. Scheduling pressure washing before the first snow can easily remove stains and plant growth to prepare your home for the holiday season. If you notice any peeling paint, pressure washing can easily strip away old paint and remove any stains before applying a fresh coat.

Let’s review a list of other areas you may also want to pressure wash before winter:

  •       Roof
  •       Soffits
  •       Lawn and garden equipment
  •       Garbage containers
  •       Driveway, sidewalk, and other walkways

Professional Pressure Washing in Greensboro, NC

If you need professional pressure washing in North Carolina, reach out to Diamond Pro Wash Inc. Call us today at 336-891-2249 and let our experienced team finish your pressure washing project before winter sets in.

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