Frequently Asked Questions
What is required to prepare for service?
Ensure the property's exterior water access is turned on, flowing, and easily accessible.
Unlock all gates for easy access to the property.
Please remove all obstructing items from the area you wish to have serviced.
Ensure all windows are closed and screens are removed.
Please ensure any pets are indoors.
Are estimates free?
Any estimates provided by Big Moose PowerWashing Inc. are provided free of charge and obligations.
How do you calculate an estimate?
To calculate estimates we will need details about the service required and size of building. We analyze this information to provide the most accurate estimate possible. Click here to request a free estimate.
Are you insured and registered with Work Safe BC?
We are proud to be fully insured by Westland insurance and registered with WCB (Company number: 070763).
How long does an exterior house cleaning take?
The time for each service will differ from property to property depending on square-footage, size, and required services. We can be contacted about time & price estimates for your property.
What are your methods of payment?
We offer many forms of payment including: Visa, MasterCard, Cheque, Cash, & E-Transfer.
How much does power washing cost?
It all depends on the material and surface area being power washed. Based off of the info we gathered from Home Advisor, an "average" power-washing job could cost $220 to $380 dollars to soft-wash vynl siding and Soffits. Driveways are typically anywhere from $130 to $220. A deck or patio will cost anywhere from $200 to $500, the prices vary on the material that is being treated. Wooden decks are always more expensive as they require delicate care.
What is the main difference between power washing and pressure washing?
Although they share the names power washing is the process of removing any algae, mold, grime, and dirt off of the exterior of your home. Pressure washing is the exact same, however power washing utilizes hot water in order to loosen dirt that has built up on the surface of the material. Pressure washing simply utilizes pressure and volume of water to clean.
Can pressure washing break my windows?
Yes pressure washing can damage your windows. The pressure can be high enough to blow out the window seals leaving your home exposed. Big Moose PowerWashing Inc. offers safe and effective methods of cleaning your windows. From Brush washing to soft washing. your windows are never exposed to high and dangerous pressure and are always our priority to keep safe.