Vinyl Siding Washing

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Whether we are cleaning a home, work shop or shed a big concern homeowners have is if we use high pressure to clean their vinyl siding. We do NOT use high pressure to wash your vinyl. Using a high pressure washer on vinyl can do damage to your siding.

Our Approach for Washing Vinyl Siding

We use a diluted TSP solution to get the dirt and mildew off your vinyl siding. First we put detergent on the house. This detergent will do the majority of the cleaning, rather than using high pressure. We then rinse the siding with a light rinse (strength of a garden hose). If an area is particularly dirty we will use our soft wash brush to get it clean before rinsing.

The strength of pressure we use is roughly the strength of a garden hose. This approach leaves your vinyl looking shiny, and free from dirty and mildew.

We have washed vinyl siding on hundreds of homes in Langley, Surrey and White Rock. Our technicians are friendly, professional, and competent. Let Revive wash your vinyl siding so you can spend more time with your family, doing the things you love.

How Often Should I Wash My Vinyl Siding?

We recommend washing your siding once per year. This is typically done in the spring time after our wet winters. Of particular attention is the north side of your home which typically attracts the mildew over the rainy months. Our technicians take great care to ensure your house is sparkly clean for the spring time!

How Much Do You Charge?

Our prices range depending on the size of your home. For homes 3500 Sq feet and smaller we offer convenient estimates online. Our most popular package is our spring clean up package for $480 + 5%. This includes exterior vinyl washing, exterior window washing, and exterior gutter whitening on a 2500 Sq ft house.

Get Your Vinyl Siding Washing Quote Today!

Ready to have Revive Washing come and clean your vinyl siding? Give us a call at 604.398.4040 for your free estimate.

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