Frequently Asked Questions

Power Washing vs. Pressure Washing - What is the Difference?
Pressure washing and power washing are similar yet different. Power washing uses hot water to blast away dirt and grime. Pressure washing uses cold water.
It is recommended to power wash your home 1-2 times per year to help reduce mold, bacterial growth, mildew, and stains. We offer annual cleanings every 6 to 12 months to keep your home looking fresh and clean.
Sidings, bricks, roofing, decks, gutters, and other outdoor structures can be pressure washed.
Our professional team can get your home looking clean and new in under two hours. Call our team to discuss your exact power washing needs to get an exact quote.
Liberty Power Wash has the training, equipment, and experience needed to do the job correctly. Hire professional pressure washers to reduce the risk of house flooding, damaged roofing, and more.
High pressure associated with pressure washers can harm certain surfaces. Before any job, we identify problem areas and determine the best power washing method to use.

We use equipment that can apply up to 3,500-4,000 psi of water pressure. To reduce the need for high-powered water use, our experts apply 100% environmentally-friendly cleaning agents to help break up tough stains, grease, oil, and mold. Using our specialty tools, cleaning agents, and equipment, we can reduce the risk of damaging surface areas.
We only use 100% environmentally-friendly, biodegradable cleaning agents to prevent damage to landscaping.
A grey deck can be improved with pressure washing. Weather can age wood quickly if it has not be stained and sealed. Pressure washing can help to get rid of the weathered look and bring out the natural beauty of your wood deck or fence.
Our team can do pressure washing in any weather. While we prefer sunny, we can clean on overcast days and even rainy days.