Pressure Washing

Pressure Washing

Our paths, driveways and patios can become dull or discoloured more quickly than you might think! Moss, algae and grime can grow and build up before you know it. You might even be left feeling like you want to start afresh and lay completely new floors outdoors. Thankfully, there is a much simpler solution.

Whether you want to refresh your relatively new paving or give the paths that have served you well for many years a new lease of life, PristineClean can help. With just the right combination of pressure washing and delicately balanced chemical treatments, we can completely transform your outside space. For more information about our biodegradable chemical treatments, please visit our soft washing page!

We will pressure wash your outdoor flooring to remove all manner of dirt and grime, leaving your property looking so much cleaner and smarter. Your outdoor areas will also be much safer once slippery algae and moss are gone.

commonly asked pressure washing questions

With a combined experience of over 50 years providing first-class Pressure Washing services in…

Northwich, Alderley Edge, Altrincham, Barnton, Cuddington, Kelsall, Knutsford,  Prestbury, Tarporley, Weaverham, Winnington, Wilmslow and Winsford

…we would like to think we know or stuff! Below is a list of questions we get asked by customers both new and old, we hope it’s helpful! If you still have questions don’t hesitate to contact us.

As you know, the blocks in block paved drives and patios are held together with kiln-dried sand. This sand is in between each of the blocks. Pressure washing will remove some of this sand, but don’t worry we will return a few days after pressure washing when the blocks are completely dry and replace the sand lost with new kiln dried sand.

There are many outside surfaces that you can pressure wash but also there are many you should not! We treat each surface differently, and we will make sure to match the right method to each surface.

We have never and will never pressure wash a roof. Tile manufacturers do not recommend this method of cleaning. We manually remove moss from roofs, using a scaffold tower where ever possible. If we can’t use a scaffold tower we use a roof ladder, harness and rope equipment for our safety and yours. Once we have removed all of the moss, we will treat your roof with a biocide treatment. This delicate balance of chemicals will kill all organic growth and continue to clean for 6-12 months. Your results will just get better and better! Have a look at our roof demossing and soft washing pages for more information and some amazing results!

We do not bring our own water the majority of the time, as pressure washing uses a lot of water! This means that we do need access to water whilst we’re pressure washing at your property. But if the area you want pressure washed is very small and you have no access to water outside your property, we can bring some water with us under these circumstances.