Welcome to Affordable SoftWash Solutions
No pressure when you call us...
No pressure when we clean it...
Welcome to Affordable PressureWash Solutions. Affordable is the spin-off company of Budget Commercial Cleaning Inc. which was founded by Richard Bond in 1988 after his Honorable Discharge from the Army’s elite 82nd Airborne Division. BCCI is still owned and operated by Mr. Bond, Ellie Harvey who has been heading the office at BCCI for over 12 years and specializes in Construction Clean-up for all the area’s major builders, and Ellie's son, Johnny Hernandez, who enlisted in the US military after 9-11 and later joined the D.C Police Force before taking over day to day operations at Affordable Pressure Wash.
Affordable PressureWash Solutions is Family owned and operated and has been cleaning the Maryland / DC / Virginia area for over twenty years, including post game clean-up and pressure washing the Fedex Stadium for the Washington Redskins. Chances are, if it’s clean, we probably cleaned it!
We have a proven method of not only removing those ugly black streaks ruining your house's curb appeal but also for killing the algae, lichen and mold that is attacking your roof. Let us wash and treat your stained and infested home or business roof using a completely safe soft wash chemical cleaning system.
Our process will last 4 to 6 times longer than pressure washing and won’t remove any of the shingles granules or void the roofs warranty. Our method is the only one that has been approved by ARMA (Asphalt Roof Manufacturer’s Association) and has safely cleaned over 70,000 roofs over the last 30 years. Why spend up to 10 times as much to replace a roof that still has years of life left when you could just have it safely restored back to it’s original beauty and effectiveness?
We offer Soft Washing of all Roofing substrates including Asphalt Shingles, Roof Tiles, Metal Roofing, Cedar Shakes & More. We use minimal pressure and do not power wash roofs at any time. This method is the only recommended ARMA method to cleaning and restoring roofs, without causing any damage. Call us today to discuss your Roof Cleaning needs.
No stain lasts forever. In time the elements, sun, rain, freeze-thaw can take a toll on your decking surrenders to the inevitable.
The biggest problem in the deck industry today is that many stain manufactures are all too willing to downplay the key processes that affect the length of time between stainings.
Affordable PressureWash Solutions is committed to providing a full wood restoration service for whatever your deck may need.
Contact us today to give your deck a little TLC.
Having your siding cleaned 25 years ago usually meant brushes and ladders…and a weekend. By the late 90’s, most homeowners (and contractors) had switched to high pressure cleaning the exterior of homes. While this shortened the time spent from an entire weekend, it still took the better part of a day to clean an average sized two story home.
The problem with pressure blasting the dirt and algae off is that you had to apply the water pressure equally across the entire surface or you would cause “wanding” marks. These marks are generally made due to the left to right sweeping motion and start and stop points. As you sweep from left to right, the distance between the tip and the surface changed, resulting in different spray patterns, water volume and surface pressure.
Besides the time required to high pressure clean an entire home, there is the issue of damage. Many manufacturing processes today use water jets to cut rock and steel. While the pressures are much greater than that of a pressure washer, the principles are the same. In the worst case, the damage is quite obvious and visible. In any case, some degree of surface is scoured and possibly removed. In other words, high pressure is not the ideal method to clean the exterior of your home.
There have been huge changes in the technology of house washing in the last decade. Most professional exterior cleaners now use a soft washing method for house washing. While similar to soft washing a roof, the detergents are different.