Sidewalk Power Washing

J&J Power Wash offers residential and commercial sidewalk pressure washing services. No matter how dirty your concrete or sidewalk is and what product it is made of we can help. south jersey, pressure wash, power wash, new jersey, jersey shore, powerwash

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Pressure Washing Sidewalks

Most sidewalk that we are asked to pressure wash are made of concrete or a similar material. However as you can see in the before and after photos above we occasionally are asked to power wash brick sidewalks and flagstone sidewalks. In either case a sidewalk in terms of difficulty is one of the easier do-it-yourself projects a homeowner can handle. I will emphasize the word difficulty in the previous sentence because while powerwashing a sidewalk can be easy it can also be extremely time consuming. A professional pressure washing contractor, like J&J Power Wash, will use a flat work machine, which looks similar to a floor buffer and cleans anywhere from a 12 inch diameter area to a 48 inch diameter area, depending on the size of the machine. A residential pressure washer on the other hand only covers an inch or two diameter area depending on the nozzle you use. If you have free time go ahead and try it yourself and if is seems like to large of a job give us a call.

Tips for Cleaning a Sidewalk

  • make sure all windows are shut and all doors are closed
  • if possible turn off the power to all electrical fixtures including lights and fixtures
  • remove everything that can be damaged by a cleaning agent including furniture
  • cover all plants, shrubs and flowers

Items you will Need to Clean a Sidewalk

  • water
  • cleaning agent
  • soft brush
  • hose
  • pressure washer
  • bucket
  • flat work machine (optional)

Process of Cleaning a Sidewalk

The process of pressure washing a sidewalk, regardless if it is made of concrete, brick or flagstone, is quite simple. Just spray your cleaning agent on all exposed areas and wait several minutes to allow the cleaning agent to loosen any dirt or stains. You should start at the point of highest elevation so you do not have to power wash any areas twice. If there are several noticeable stains you may want to take a soft tip brush and scrub clean. Then, rinse clean by pressure washing every square inch of exposed concrete. Again, this is not a difficult project, just time consuming.

Residential Power Washing Portfolio Pages

Unsightly Siding Stains
Aluminum Siding
brick power washing
Deck Pressure Washing
Driveway Pressure Washing
Wood Fence Power Washing
Outdoor Furniture Pressure Washing
Outdoor Furniture
Garage Door Pressure Wahing
Garage Doors
Outdoor Carpet Pressure Washing
Outdoor Carpet
patio power washing
Pool Pressure Washing
roof power washing
retaining wall powerwashing
Retaining Walls
Vinyl Shed Siding Power Washing
sidewalk power washing
stucco power washing
Tennis Court Power Washing
Tennis Courts
Vinyl Siding Pressure Washing
Vinyl Siding
Window Cleaning