Decks

Pressure Washing For Decks

The forces of weather can be devastating to wood. Rain, snow, and morning dew are quickly absorbed by unprotected wood, causing it to swell. The dampness attracts pollen and fungal spores, which collect and cause discoloration. When the suns heat dries the wood, it shrinks. These cycles of wet and dry, swelling and shrinking cause wood to warp, split, crack and become unattractive. This is where deck pressure washing can help.

  • Concrete

  • Stone/Masonry

  • Brick

  • Stucco

  • Fiberglass

  • Asbestos

  • Wood/Cedar

  • Texture 111

  • Dryvit

  • Terra Cotta

  • Marble

  • Aluminum

  • Slate

  • Vinyl

  • Brick

  • Stucco

  • Stone/Masonry

  • Wood/Cedar

  • Vinyl

  • Dryvit

  • Aluminum

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"Pressure-Treated" Deck Does Not Mean Weatherproofed

Most decks are built with pressure treated wood. Pressure treated wood is protected against wood rot and termites, but pressure treatment can’t give the wood protection against the weather.

  • Concrete

  • Stone/Masonry

  • Brick

  • Stucco

  • Fiberglass

  • Asbestos

  • Wood/Cedar

  • Texture 111

  • Dryvit

  • Terra Cotta

  • Marble

  • Aluminum

  • Slate

  • Vinyl

  • Brick

  • Stucco

  • Stone/Masonry

  • Wood/Cedar

  • Vinyl

  • Dryvit

  • Aluminum

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Solid Stained & Painted Decks Are Not Easily Stripped

These types of decks need prep cleaning. This process can be used on plastic and composite decks without causing damage. Prep cleaning removes mold, mildew, fungus, and dirt but does not remove stains, paints, or sealants. All decks should have a sealant or stain applied to protect them from the outside environment. Four Seasons Property Services is an expert in dealing with all types of decks.

  • Concrete

  • Stone/Masonry

  • Brick

  • Stucco

  • Fiberglass

  • Asbestos

  • Wood/Cedar

  • Texture 111

  • Dryvit

  • Terra Cotta

  • Marble

  • Aluminum

  • Slate

  • Vinyl

  • Brick

  • Stucco

  • Stone/Masonry

  • Wood/Cedar

  • Vinyl

  • Dryvit

  • Aluminum

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Composite Decking

Composite decks can be cleaned if using the proper detergents to prep clean the boards before washing. Proper prep cleaning is important for thorough cleaning without using high pressure.

  • Concrete

  • Stone/Masonry

  • Brick

  • Stucco

  • Fiberglass

  • Asbestos

  • Wood/Cedar

  • Texture 111

  • Dryvit

  • Terra Cotta

  • Marble

  • Aluminum

  • Slate

  • Vinyl

  • Brick

  • Stucco

  • Stone/Masonry

  • Wood/Cedar

  • Vinyl

  • Dryvit

  • Aluminum

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FAQs

Will power washing damage my Trex or plastic deck?
How long does it take to clean a house or deck?