SoftWash Systems

What Is Soft Washing?

Soft washing is an alternative choice to pressure/power washing that does not utilize damaging high pressure. Soft washing extensively cleans up surface areas and also kills the bacteria that are the root origin of discoloration on roofing systems and various other structure surfaces.


How Do I Know Soft Washing Works?

Soft washing was created over twenty years ago. It has been completely tested and it has actually been utilized in predominant Florida attractions, such as Disney, Universal Studios, and public installments. In addition, over 100,000 roofing systems have been efficiently cleaned up using Soft Washing.

Why Is Soft Washing Superior To Pressure Washing?

Soft washing gets rid of the bacteria that cause tarnishing, whereas pressure washing simply cleans off the surface layer. In addition, soft washing does not use harmful high pressure, unlike pressure washing, and soft washing treatments last much longer compared to pressure washing treatments.

How Long Will A Soft Washing Treatment Last?

Generally, a soft washing treatment will last at the very least four times as long as pressure washing, before tarnishing reoccurs. In many circumstances, our treatments last a lot longer than one year.

Why Is It Important To Eradicate Microorganisms?

Microbes such as mold, mildew, algae, lichen, and bacteria are accountable for most discoloration on roofing systems as well as various other surfaces. Moreover, results of the metabolic rate of these organisms is acidic, and destructive to surface areas such as roof shingles. Eradicating these bacteria prevents discoloration and increases the durability of roof coverings, fences, as well as decks.

Is Soft Washing Safe?

The cleansing services used in our SoftWash System are 100% eco-friendly as well as have extremely reduced VOC (volatile organic compounds) emissions. Our cleansing remedies are non-toxic and also will not release any hazardous chemicals into the area surrounding your property.

Is Soft Washing Environmentally Friendly?

Soft Washing is even more ecologically friendly than pressure/power washing, for the following factors:

  • Every one of our cleansing solutions are 100% naturally degradable.
  • Our cleaning services have extremely reduced VOCs.
  • We only use 1/3 the water of pressure washing.
  • Our cleanings last four to six times longer than pressure washing, so cleansing is not required as frequently.
  • Our SoftWash Systems cleanings maintain materials, such as roof shingles, saving customers money, and creating much less waste in landfills triggered by particles associated with roofing, fence, and deck replacement.

What Types Of Surfaces Can Be Cleaned With Soft Washing?

Along with roofings, we clean all kinds of building siding, decks, fencings, concrete and also brick surfaces. Soft washing could be made use of on all kinds of building materials including timber, brick, concrete, aluminum, vinyl exterior siding, shingles, and a lot more!

Is Soft Washing Guaranteed?

We completely ensure all of our work. If any kind of staining or development of microbes reoccurs on your roof we have softwashed within one year of our treatment, we'll provide one complimentary clean. Moreover, we have a Five-Year Spot Free Warranty. If any kind of discoloration persists within five years of our treatment we will certainly clean it once again, at a prorated price.

Will Soft Washing harm my Plants?

No. Plant Wash was designed to reduce the damage to plants associated with caustic cleaners like sodium hypochlorite and sodium hydroxide.  Plant Wash attacks these issues in four ways:

  • It Neutralizes the caustic cleaners;
  • Liquid fertilizes the plant through their leaves;
  • It coats the leaves with a buffering agent;
  • It adds back vital nutrients at the base of the plants, helping beneficial bacteria repopulate the soil.

Along with through rinsing with clean water before, during, and after the cleaning, Plant Wash is used as a final rinse to make absolutely sure every step has been taken to protect the customer’s landscape.