At Canadian Ideal Exteriors we know a clean home is a happy home. Whether you have vinyl, stucco or painted wood siding, Canadian Ideal Exterior's “soft” house washing service can safely and effectively improve the appearance of the exterior of your home, office, condo or apartment building.
Aside from improving curb appeal, regular house washing keeps your siding in healthy condition. The build-up of dirt, mold and grime can cause irreversible staining or worse. Using low pressure and home-safe cleaning products, our proven house wash process will effectively and affordably remove the build-up from the exterior of your home.
Why hire a professional? Many DIY enthusiasts will strip and dent their homes and decks this year with rental equipment in an attempt to go it alone and save money. Canadian Ideal Exterior's field technicians are fully trained and equipped with the appropriate machines required for every job and every stain. Too much pressure causes damage, and too little pressure just makes everything wet, doing little to remove stains and dirt. Hiring a professional for your pressure washing service ensures a safe, thorough clean surface every time.
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We Clean, All types of siding, brick, stone, stucco, sidewalks, and are able to clean as high as the tallest building in Calgary.
Soft pressure cleaning Is a cleaning method using low pressure and specialized solutions to safely remove mildew, bacteria, algae and other organic stains from roofs and other building exteriors
Hard washing pressure cleaning uses a narrow, high-pressure jet of hot or cold water to blast dirt free. Because the water is travelling fast, it hits the dirty surface with high kinetic energy, knocking dirt and dust away like a constant rain of tiny hammer blows. It's only water, though, so it doesn't damage most hard surfaces