Residential Exterior Cleaning
At TriClean, washing your house and other exterior surfaces is only the beginning. Our mission is to evaluate the cause of the issue at hand and use our expertise to create the correct plan of action given the surface we are working with. You wouldn’t wash your car with steel wool, right? While your car may look clean when finished, the abrasion damaged the top layer of paint and lessened the life of the finish. This is same reason we do not clean with high pressure on surfaces such as siding, asphalt shingles, and wood.
With our soft washing method, a biodegradable solution is used leaving the surface clean and free of damage. TriClean guarantees great results and a 99.9% success rate over mold, fungus, algae, bacteria, and moss. Soft washing also lasts up to 6x longer than the standard pressure wash. Is your contractor using the best cleaning methods around your home?
Why these services? Heightens curb appeal and entertainment value, greatly increases the lifespan of substrates. (Less replacement/less construction)
With years of experience in the painting and protective coatings industry, we realized there was a huge void in exterior cleaning services available to our clients. While there are pressure washing companies, deck restoration companies and so forth, we could not find a business that could do it all; thus, TriClean was created. TriClean offers exterior cleaning services including everything from low pressure cleaning for sensitive substrates…
Reasons to Soft Wash Your House
There are plenty of reasons to choose soft washing over pressure washing for your house’s exterior surfaces, but here are the top three:
It solves the root issue
Your residential property isn’t just dirty – it’s infected. Traditional pressure washing only removes the outer layer of this development and doesn’t deal with the root of the problem, leaving your surface vulnerable again not long after power washing is finished.
No damage from pressure
Poorly trained or inexperienced pressure washers can cause serious damage to a variety of surfaces such as your roof or deck, especially if they are older to start with.
The more sustainable cleaning method
Pressure washers utilize from 3 to 8 gallons of water per minute (gpm). In one hour of cleaning a pressure washer can use from 180 gallons upwards to 480 gallons of water. Soft washing only utilizes 60 gallons of cleaning solution, which is comprised of about 40 gallons of water.