Residential Pressure Cleaning

Pressure washing is a quick and cost-effective way to freshen up the exterior of your property. The high powered stream of water can strip away dirt, grime, tough stains, dust, bird droppings, mould and mildew effectively. Clean surfaces increase the sense of light and space – essential for your well-being and improve your home’s street appeal.

Our pressure cleaning services include:

House Wash

House Wash Pavers




Brick / Rendered Walls




Tile / Concrete


Gutter & Eaves Removal








Oil / Grease

What methods do we use to clean?

We only use commercial grade equipment offering:

  • Hot Water – delivers quality results consistently
  • Cold Water – great for rinsing of surfaces & washing
  • Soft Washing & Hot Water – chemical cleans for heavy mould, lichen & soilage

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We’ll advise the best method and offer a FREE quote.

The results will speak for themselves.

Soft Washing

At Exterior Clean Melbourne we are fully equipped with the latest Soft Wash system. It is a pressure cleaning system that uses low pressure and safe biodegradable chemicals to effectively remove tough stains, mould, mildew and more. This low pressure cleaning method is particular good for cleaning delicate surfaces such as your rendered walls.

Professional pressure cleaner vs DIY

Over the years, we have seen surface with messy line marks from people who attempt to pressure wash their driveway, concrete paths and even the exterior walls of their property.

This is why it is better left for professionals like us to get the job properly for you –

  • We know what level of pressure is suitable for different surfaces/materials (You don’t want amateurs to come and cause damage)
  • We have commercial pressure washer that guarantees the best results

Why hire us?

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