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Finding a reliable high pressure cleaning service can be tricky, especially if you’re not sure what you need. There are many high pressure cleaning services out there, and it can be difficult to know which ones are right for you. This guide will help you identify the red flags that indicate a high pressure cleaning service might not be the best fit for your home or business and steer you in the right direction. High-pressure cleansers can help get rid of grease buildup, remove stains from carpets, sanitize bathrooms and kitchens, remove dirt and grime from floors, restore luster to wood furniture, unclog drains, loosen stubborn dirt from tile grout, and more. High-pressure cleaners range from simple do-it-yourself options to those that require professional assistance.

What does a high pressure cleaning service do?

High pressure cleaning is the application of pressurized water to clean surfaces. There are two types of high pressure cleaning: with chemicals and without chemicals. Chemicals are used when high pressure water is added to the water in order to remove stains and other debris. High pressure without chemicals uses high-pressure water without any additional chemicals. High pressure cleaning offers many benefits over traditional cleaning methods, including the ability to remove more stains, such as oil and grease buildup, as well as set stains, restore the appearance of wood surfaces, eliminate bacteria and bacteria growth, remove grime, scale, and other stains from surfaces, clean in hard-to-reach areas, unclog drains, and more.

Identifying Red Flags for High Pressure Cleaning Services

– The cost is significantly higher than regular cleaning services – While it’s great to have your carpets shampooed or your tile polished, you should only have to do that once a year. If the cost of these services is higher than normal, it might be a red flag. If you’ve found a service that charges $10/hour for high pressure cleaning, you might want to reconsider. Remember that there are other ways to clean floors that don’t involve using high pressure. – They offer “high pressure” cleaning – While some high pressure cleaners offer chemical-free services, others use a high pressure water system that isn’t used in regular cleaning. This is a red flag because you don’t want someone using high pressure to clean your floors. – The service is only for residential properties – High pressure cleaning systems are large and heavy and meant to be used in commercial properties. If the cleaning service only cleans residential properties, you might want to reconsider.

Do your research and ask questions

The cost of most cleaning services is rising, so you should do your research to make sure you’re getting the right type of cleaning service. If a cleaning service or company doesn’t have many reviews on Google or Yelp, you’ll want to make them prove their worth before hiring them. You can also ask the service provider a few critical questions to make sure they’re the right fit for your home or business. – How long have they been in business? – There are no regulations that require a cleaning service to keep paperwork or records of their business, so it’s often difficult to find out how long a company has been in operation. – Who owns the business? – The Better Business Bureau (BBB) will often list the name, address, and phone number of the business’ owner. If the business’ owner isn’t reputable or isn’t someone you’d hire for your business, it’s best you not hire them for your home or personal needs. – What services do they offer? – Many cleaning companies offer all types of cleaning services, so you’ll want to make sure the person you’re hiring only offers one type of service.

Ask about a professional’s track record

Ask to see the person’s track record with the cleaning service before hiring them. You can find a professional’s track record on sites like Better Business Bureau, Angie’s List, Yellow Pages, and the Home Advisors Network. For cleaning professionals, a good track record is any clean job they’ve completed. If they’ve only completed a few clean jobs, ask to see their work.

Ask about office hours and after-hours emergency service

Many high pressure cleaning services only offer day and evening cleaning hours, which is fine if you don’t need cleaning services after regular business hours. If you do need cleaning services after regular business hours, make sure the company you’re hiring offers after-hours cleaning. If a company only offers regular business hours, it might be more cost-effective for you to hire someone for independent contracting work. If you do need after-hours cleaning, find out what type of service you’ll receive. Some companies offer a “light duty” cleaning that includes mopping and vacuuming, while others offer “heavy duty” cleaning that includes carpentry, floors, walls, and ceilings. It’s important to understand what you’ll be getting before you call.


High pressure cleaning is a powerful way to clean your home or office, but it comes with a risk. It’s important to only hire professionals that have been properly trained to use high pressure. If a professional isn’t properly trained, they could cause structural damage to your home or business, which can result in costly repair bills. If you’re concerned about a potential threat from a high pressure cleaner, you can keep your home or business safe by hiring a cleaning service that only offers day or evening cleaning.


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