Why Pressure Washing is Ideal in Summer

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A man is cleaning wooden fence with electric power washer

Sure, summertime is full of many activities – fishing, swimming, grilling out…the list is endless. While some days can be hotter than others, there’s no better time of year to pressure wash the exterior of your home. Winter and spring can be particularly rough on your home, which is the perfect reason to call your local professional cleaner or complete the job yourself. But why is summertime the best time, you ask?

  1. Summer provides, for the most part, the best weather for the job. Sure, there can be afternoon thunderstorms. However, summer is the best time of year to pressure wash your home. The sun rises earlier and sets later in the day, which gives you more time to complete whatever tasks you may have for a certain day. Plus, you won’t have to worry about the effects of harsh winter weather or the falling leaves of autumn coming along and ruining all of your hard work.
  2. You’ll achieve lasting results. Due to the longer lasting sunlight, your house is more likely to stay clean longer. While there’s the occasional summer storm, the rains aren’t as harsh in summer as they are in springtime, when they can cause wear and tear to your home’s exterior. You also won’t have to worry about pollen, as you would during spring. During autumn and winter, fallen debris can cause damage to your home.
  3. You’ll win the battle against mold and mildew. Due to the rains of springtime and the hot temperatures of summer, you’re likely to discover mold and mildew around your home. Pressure washing your home will take care of this issue before it becomes a serious threat to you and your family.
  4. The beauty of your property will remain preserved. You’ll not only have a beautiful home, but you will also be preserving the quality of your property by ridding it of mold, mildew, and other contaminants that can shorten the lifespan of surfaces.