Pressure washing

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Time can be very unkind on any structure or material, causing wear and tear as well as accumulation of dirt, grime, mold, algae and other pollutants. More often than not, simply cleaning with water and a towel won’t cut it.

Pressure washing removes different kinds of filth, breathing new life to any surface. And, when it comes to pressure washing, there’s no better company thar Teto Eco Wash.

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What Can You Pressure Wash?

Pressure washers are very versatile cleaning tools, which means you can use them on a variety of surfaces. To be more precise, here are some of the things you can clean using a pressure washer:

Wood Decks

If your wood deck needs a little TLC, a pressure washer can get the job done. Wood, especially delicate wood, requires a lower pressure of somewhere between 500 to 1,1200 PSI. Coupled with a 25- to 40-degree nozzle, a pressure washer can quickly restore your wood deck back to its former glory.

Loading Docks

Loading docks see a lot of traffic every day, which is why they can quickly accumulate dirt, grime, and other pollutants. Make sure your loading dock remains safe and clean with a pressure washing machine set between 2,500 to 3,00 PSI and a 25-degree nozzle tip.

Tiles and Pavers

Having trouble keeping those pavers clean? A pressure washer between 1,000 to 3,000 PSI can do the trick! Regular cleaning can prevent cracking, staining, and fading, keeping your toles or pavers in good condition.


Due to its uneven surface,stucco can easily collect dirt, grime, adn other filth. Synthetic stucco demands low-pressure water since it’s more fragile. To clean synthetic stucco, use a pressure level of 1,500 PSI and below. Traditional stucco, on the other hand, can take a higher pressure level of about 1,500 to 2,000 PSI paired with a 25- to 40-degree nozzle tip.

Vinyl Siding

Your vinyl siding is susceptible to mold growth, algae stains, fading, rust stains, and your everyday dirt or grime. Keep your home’s exterior spotless and looking great using a pressure washer at 1,000 to 3,000 PSI and a 25-degree nozzle.

Concrete Surfaces

Concrete surfaces like driveways and sidewalks can be difficult to maintain without the proper tools. Thankfully, a pressure washer can quickly and effectively clean your concrete surface and restore it to its near-original form. Concrete surface can take a pressure level of about 2,500 to 3,000 PSI coupled with a 25-degree nozzle.


A pressure washer can clean all types of patios effectively and efficiently, with pressure levels varying according to the patio material. keep your outdoor area clean and gorgeous no matter the material.


Pressure washers can remove dirt, grime, mold, algae, and stains from your gutter, whether it’s made from aluminum, copper, steel, or vinyl. Maintaining and cleaning your gutter regularly ensures that water flows down properly and doesn’t damage your roof or flood your basement. Hardie Plank is naturally more delicate than other materials, so it’s best to use lower pressuer ( below 1,500 PSI) to clean it.


Awnings can add a certain charm to any commercial property, and they’re also used to protect customers from the elements. Over time, though, they can also deteriorate. Maintain your awnings with pressure washing. Use a low pressure level along with a 40- to 60-degree nozzle to avoid damaging the material.


Because they’re more fragile, windows call for a gentler wash, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use a pressure washer. Maintain a pressure level of 500 PSI to effectively clean windows. Just make sure they’re closed and have no gaps for water to leak through!

Fleet Vehiclesngs

Your business’s vehicles carry your brand name, so it’s imperative to keep them spotless and in near-perfect condition at all times. Pressure wash your fleet using warm water, 2,000 to 3,000 PSI, and a 25- to 40-degree nozzle tip.

Dumpster Pads

Due to their function, dumpster pads are notoriously dirty and smelly. Their proximity to your commercial property, though, can affect business. That’s why it’s important to clean your dumpster pads frequently with pressure washing. High-pressure warm water can effectively clean dirt, dust, oil, grease, mold, and various stains from dumpster pads.

Parking Garages

Parking garages are the first thing customers see. Make a good impression right off the bat by keeping your parkking garage clean. Remove dirt, dust, grime, oil, rust, mold, and stains using a pressure washer set to 2,500 to 3,000 PSI.


A common question people ask is, “Can you pressure wash roofs? The short answer is yes. Keeping your roof clean is paramount to maintaining its condition and preventing leaks. A pressure washer can successfully clean any type of roof – asphalt, clay, concrete, wood, slate, or metal.

Docks and Marinas

Docks and marinas tend to become slippery, especially due to the buildup of dirt, algae, and other contaminants. No matter what your dock is made of, pressure washing can keep it spotless, safe, and in good condition.

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