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ColemanA 06-15-2018 08:30 AM

How to vet a pressure washing company
 
Got the idea to make this thread from one of our fellow forum members.

Ask these questions.

Is my property going to be damaged by the high pressure?
If my property is damaged can I count on your company to make the repairs or pay for them?
Do you guarantee your pressure washing work?
Is your pricing competitive in the Houston (or your local market) market?
Why should I pick you to be my pressure washing service company?


Starting with the first question, is my property going to be damaged from the high pressure? When vetting pressure washing companies in Houston the first thing you want to know is if they are going to do damage to your property. One easy way to get an idea if they are or are not is to ask them this question. How do you wash the siding of homes? If you are talking to a Houston pressure washing professional they will answer like this. They will say we use a soft-wash technique that does not use high pressure on your home. We apply low pressure and professional grade detergents to clean the siding of your home (this is the safest way and most effective). If the Houston pressure washing company says this you are in big trouble. If they say we use water, high pressure, ladders, and extensions they are most likely going to cause damage to your property. This is a very good indicator they are going to damage your home.

I answered all the questions on my blog. you can check it out by visiting southcoastpressurewashing com/how-to-pick-pressure-washing-companies-in-houston-texas/

I took out the dot in the url because i cannot post links yet.

Hope this helps yall out.

nancywilson 06-19-2018 04:07 AM

Yeah, it seems to make a lot of sense. Great FAQ section :D


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