Critically, water can damage your home’s facade. Storms and high winds may cause rain to enter through the roof or gutter system of a house-causing mold or mildew to form on flat surfaces such as roofs, ceilings, walls and floors.
Likewise, time takes its toll on buildings-weathered paint dries out and flakes off creating air pockets that allow moisture in which attracts mold growth and corrodes metal components including gutters. And when it comes to windows-the result is often peeling paint with the potential for rot underneath; sagging window frames because of excessive weight from years of accumulated dirt build up; water leaks around windows due to cracked caulk joints; broken storm panels (those rippled pieces) and broken glass.
Power washing your house is a good way to remove dirt and grime from the outside of your home, which can help prevent water damage on more vulnerable parts inside your house. Power washing also removes paint buildup that allows for mold and mildew growth-saving you money in repairs later down the road. In addition, power washers can blast away stubborn stains like rust or algae build up without damaging any surfaces underneath; prevents corrosion by removing moisture around metal components such as frames with rusted joints; helps windows stay clean longer between washings because it lifts white chalky residue left behind after rain storms off old window panes. Likewise, when gutters are cleaned they function better-preventing leaks at joints where two pieces of metal meet.
Power washing your house is an important way to keep it safe and clean-so you can spend more time enjoying it!