Wood Deck Cleaning
Our Wood Deck Washing Process
Over time, wood decks become discolored, slippery and potential splinter damage. Our team of wood deck soft wash technicians will clean your wooden deck to like-new condition.
We help to eliminate elements from your deck such as slippery algae, dirt, mold and mildew.
For proper wood deck restoration and cleaning, Pressure Washing Friendswood techs wash your wood deck using our multi step process to kill mildew and algae then rinse it all away along with the old wood fibers and dirt.
Wood Deck Restoration Cleaning
- Old gray wood fibers washed away
- Mold, mildew & algae killed and removed
- Manufacturers suggested methods
- Works with any variety of wood and even trex decking
- Convenient – Fast – Affordable
Yearly Deck Cleaning Service
Pressure Washing Friendswood provides a yearly service to clean and preserve your wood deck so you get the most out of your investment.
Wood decks are expensive and Pressure Washing Friendswood can help you get the longest life out of your decking by keeping it clean and free from mildew, mold and algae.
F.A.Q about Wood Deck Cleaning
The green and black growth on your wood deck is algae, mold, and/or mildew that has grown on top of the dirt embedded in the wood. Our detergents and power washers can safely remove this buildup and stop it from damaging the wood.
Wood will naturally gray over time no matter what sort of cleaning or clear sealant is applied. It will usually begin to gray after a few months of cleaning. Staining the deck can help keep it the color you want and protect the wood from rot.
Yes. As long as the weather is above freezing, the team at Pressure Washing Friendswood can clean and restore your wood deck.
We generally use a detergent that kills the mildew, mold and algae and also loosens up the fibers so it can all be cleaned away without the need for extremely high pressure. The lower the pressure the safer it is for the deck.
Professional pressure washing is an excellent way to prep your wood decking for sealing or staining so you get the look you want and it lasts as long as possible.