Decks come in all shapes and sizes. They are built with a variety of materials, and have all sorts of additional features to provide comfort and relaxation. Many decks haven't been properly cared for or protected, making even a simple deck cleaning job a challenge for many homeowners to try on their own.
If you decide to clean your own deck, be sure to check out the Central Power Washing blog and read up on "DIY deck cleaning". After you read the blog, you will be better equipped to take on your deck pressure washing job. To better serve you, check out our rental page to explore additional cost savings with our selection of rental pressure washers. All units offer delivery and pickup, and come with everything you need to tackle your exterior cleaning needs. We even provide a full gas can for you to use! The best part - free professional advice comes standard with every rental.
Maybe the thought of spending a beautiful Saturday afternoon power washing your old deck isn't exactly your idea of fun. One call to Central Power Washing and your weekend is officially saved! We have the equipment, technique and chemistry to return that old eyesore back to it's original beauty. You can sit on the couch and relax while your deck is cleaned by a professional, using professional grade equipment with professional grade cleaning solutions. Sounds nice, right? Our pricing is competitive, our customer service is truly one of a kind, and our quality of work is truly professional grade.
Your deck is likely constructed with either pressure treated timber, wood with a stain or sealer, or some variety of composite decking. This is commonly referred to as Trex decking. Trex is actually a brand name of a specific kind of composite decking, but due to it's enormous popularity, has become synonymous with composite decking material in general. Composite decking material varies greatly depending on date of manufacturing, brand name, and the environment that its in. Shade will cause algae growth, sunlight will fade it slightly, and certain kinds of leaves falling from trees will leave stains behind called tannin stains. All of these challenges are better left to a professional, as composite is easily damaged if not cleaned correctly. One call to Central Power Washing will return your composite deck back to it's original beauty.
Wood is by far the most common building material used in deck construction. It is readily available, easy to work with, strong, and inexpensive compared to most other options. Wood does come with certain unique challenges when it comes time to clean and maintain it. The cleaning and maintenance of wood decking depends on what method of weather treatment has been applied, the variety of wood used, and the environment which the deck is in. Wood decking can often be cleaned with a homeowner grade pressure washer and a good deck scrub brush. If you would prefer to have a professional do the cleaning for you, call Central Power Washing for a free quote.