How Do I Estimate The Cost Of Pressure Washing?
Use An Online Generator Or Call A Professional
No exterior cleaning job is complete until your home, and its most endearing and attractive features, look the way you want them to look. Especially in high humidity regions like the Pacific Northwest, annual complete pressure washing is a must.
Homeowners shouldn't say to themselves, "Well, I'll just pressure wash the siding and windows this year, and then next year I'll power wash the roof and gutters." And so on and so forth until five years down the road, the siding hasn't been pressure washed and - well, you get the ugly picture.
Not everyone has the spare change to throw on the table to cover driveway washing or sidewalk cleaning. But pressure washing doesn't exactly break the bank either. Several online price generators make it easy to at least "guestimate" what it might cost to pressure wash just about every feature of the exterior of your home.
Most of these web-based cost calculators remind homeowners to consider the following three factors:
- Flat rate
- Per hour rate
- Price per linear foot or square foot
If you comb through a typical internet search on pricing pressure washing, you'll see all kinds of information. But don't be intimidated; it's a relatively simple language with a rather simple message.
While this information most typically would be used by the pressure washing companies themselves, this is a convenient tool for a homeowner considering any aspects of pressure washing. It's basic math, and it's easy to figure.
Mind you, the number you come up with might not jive with the estimate you receive, but again, at least it will provide a ballpark figure. If you decide to go the DIY route, it's still important to measure the square footage of a job, so you have some idea of what you're getting into before you start.
Don't be deceived by square footage figures. If you say to yourself, "Well, my house is 2,500 square feet," remember this is an interior figure. A house washing estimate could be 3-5 times that number when you consider the pitch of the roof, the number of sides on the exterior, and so forth.
Professionals Know Their Business Better Than You Do
The bottom line is pretty simple, and it's something home maintenance experts often will suggest: Some jobs are best left to the professionals.
Pressure washing companies like Kitsap Exterior Cleaning can handle a larger home with multiple exterior features with the same care and expertise as they would apply to a smaller home. And they KNOW the business inside and out.
So the key is to work with professional pressure washers to devise a plan that suits your needs and ultimately results in that pristine, like-new look you sought when you first considered tackling the project.
The ENTIRE project. Not just one aspect of it.
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