If you are like me you may have seen websites or read articles that refer to either pressure washing, pressure cleaning or power washing.Pressure Washing Power Washing Pressure Cleaning Since they all seem to be referring to the same service what is the correct term to use? It is a good question! At J&L Professional Services we have been cleaning homes and businesses in the Raleigh area for over 15 years and we have heard all three terms.

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All the terms really mean the same thing. They refer to the act of using water (at low or high pressure) along with detergents to restore a surface to its originally clean condition. Since water comes out at high pressure, a pressure washer in the wrong hands can cause a lot of damage. Even concrete surfaces can be scored by an inexperienced pressure washer.

It’s All About Experience

The current state of the economy has led to many people entering the pressure cleaning industry hoping to make a quick buck. Be careful who you hire. Whether they call themselves a pressure washer, power washer or pressure cleaner many of these new pressure washers are inexperienced and uninsured. Do your research and don’t be afraid to ask questions, as stated previously an inexperienced pressure washer can literally cause thousands of dollars in damages.

Go With The Pros!

People in the Raleigh area have been using ARC Power Washing to clean their homes and businesses for years. Our long list of satisfied customers speaks for itself! If you live in the Raleigh / Triangle area and would like more information about pressure washing your home or commercial property contact us today for your free estimate!