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Weather Board Homes
Washing your weatherboard house regularly will prolong the life of the paint and will prevent potential health issues caused from mould build up
Mould build up as can be seen on the right in the above photo can quickly deteriorate into orange mould which has been scientifically attributed to a cause of asthma in young children
Washing a cedar house requires extremely low pressure, skill and technical knowlege so that no damage occurs to the surface. Because of the low pressure you can see how close I cn get to the timber without causing damage
In this video I am using less than 200 psi as you can see when I put my hand in front of the jet. The house has been presprayed with chemical hence the yellowing colour of the moss, mould and lichen on the timber.