Affordable Power Washing Arizona

Home / About Us

More than 8 Years of Experience

Why Will You Choose Our Company?

When you need a power washing service for either your home or your commercial building, you want to be able to find someone trustworthy and with plenty of expertise. Look no further than Tessema Power Washing when you need house detailing or power washing done by a company with the right equipment and the right experience.

John Doel

pressure washing a sidewalk outside a home.
Cleaning of tiles in the garden with pressure washer
Questions & Answers

Pressure washers, whether they’re powered by electric motors or gas engines, run a pump that pressurizes the water from your garden hose to 1,000 lbs. or more, then forces it out through a spray wand. The higher the pressure (measured in pounds per square inch—psi), the tougher the cleaning jobs they can tackle.

The main difference with power washing vs. pressure washing is the heat. The jet wash in a power washing machine uses heated water, whereas the water in a pressure washer is not heated. The heated water makes it easier to clean surfaces — just as it does when doing dishes or washing your hands.

Power washing can be incredibly beneficial to your home. When used at the proper levels, pressure washing can clean your house of grime, bird droppings, and unsightly stains. Power washing removes mold and mildew, which are damaging to both your home and the health of your family.

In general, houses should be power washed at least once a year any time between March and November. As it gets later in a calendar year, you’ll want to make sure your home is taken care of before the freezing temperatures and winter weather arrive.

Man worker washing car on a car wash