Office Building Pressure Washing Houston

Transform Your Office Building into a Spotless Showpiece

Unleash the Full Potential of Your Office Building with Safe and Efficient Cleaning Services from Klein Pressure Washing.

Power washing (aka, pressure washing) your office building is one of the most cost-effective ways to quickly enhance or maintain its perceived value to visitors and tenants. Klein Pressure Washing has the experience, equipment and trained personnel needed to successfully transform any dingy building. We do this by cleaning all surfaces - including pavers, concrete, stucco, glass/windows, brick and more. Contact us today for a free assessment and quote.
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Pressure Washing Office Buildings

Attracting customers, employees, and tenants to your office building requires a well-maintained exterior that looks clean and professional.

If you're like most commercial property owners and managers, you take maintaining your office building seriously. You've made sure that the building systems are keeping tenants warm in the winter and cool during the summer. You demand that the landscaping is well-maintained and visually appealing.

But recently you've noticed that dirt, mildew and various other organic materials have begin to accumulate on the building's surfaces. Some of the window exteriors, especially those on the north and shaded sides of the building, have begun showing a layer of green growth of some sort.

Your only solution is to address the problem now before it gets worse. It's the only course of action that will reverse the trajectory the building has taken of looking unkept and unmaintained. If you do nothing it will only get worse.

Don't panic. We have the solution. Klein Pressure Washing has the right people, the right process, and the right equipment needed to whip your office building back into shape in as little as one to three days. Let's look at how we do this.

How We Prepare Your Office Building for the Cleaning Process:

What we consider when scoping out your project.

Building Materials

The first factor we consider when preparing for pressure washing your office building is the type of building material that will be cleaned. Different materials require different pressures, detergents and methods, so it is important to choose the right equipment and cleaning agents for each surface. For example, more delicate materials such as stucco may require lower pressure and gentler cleaning methods, while more durable materials such as concrete can withstand higher pressure and stronger cleaning agents.

Surface Condition

The condition of the surface is another important factor to consider. If the surface is covered in mold, mildew, or other forms of organic growth, an algaecide-based cleaning solution will be needed to eradicate the material. If the surface is simply dirt and dust, a standard detergent may be sufficient. It is also important to consider the age and condition of the surface, as older or damaged surfaces may require more gentle cleaning methods.


The accessibility of the surface is another important factor we consider. If the surface is difficult to reach, such as the roof or upper levels of the building, it may require specialized equipment, such as boom lifts, scissor lifts, or extension poles to clean them effectively. It is also important to consider the accessibility of surrounding common areas where people are present, such as sidewalks and parking lots. We address this by using safety markers and/or scheduling. This may require working after-hours and weekends when pedestrian traffic is minimal.

Chemicals and Cleaning Solutions

The type and strength of cleaning solutions used is also an important factor we consider. Stronger cleaning solutions may be needed for surfaces that are heavily soiled or covered in organic growth. These solutions are used with caution on delicate surfaces and around plants and landscapes. We manage this by extensive pre and post hydration of the landscape, covering plants with air-permeable material when needed, and by neutralizers.

Dwell Time

The most important factor next to choosing the right cleaning solutions, is the amount of dwell time required for each application. This is the time that a detergent or degreaser it is allowed to sit on the surface before we rinse it off. This is an important factor we consider, as longer dwell times may be needed for surfaces that are heavily soiled or covered in organic growth. A high-volume rinsing of the solution immediately follows the dwell time to remove all detergents.


The final step in the pressure washing process is rinsing. It is important to rinse the surface thoroughly, using a high-volume of water and an even spray pattern, to remove all remaining cleaning solution and debris. Failing to rinse the surface properly can leave a dull, chalky finish, and may also cause damage to the surface.

Why Hire Us for the Job?

Hiring a professional pressure washing company is important to ensure that the job is done correctly and efficiently. Klein Pressure Washing is a reputable BBB-Accredited company with the equipment, experience, reviews, and knowledge to clean your office building effectively while protecting the surrounding area and the environment. We encourage you to research companies, ask for references, and check their credentials before hiring them, to ensure that they are experienced and qualified.

How to Get Started and What to Expect

  • Step 1 - Request a Cleaning Estimate.
    Call our office or use the online form to submit a request for your free estimate.
  • Step 2 - Onsite Assessment, Quote & Approval.
    We'll then follow up with an on-site inspection and  assessment to get an accurate estimate of the time and resources required to do the job.
Money-Saving TipDiscounted pricing is available for multiple projects booked at the same time and for jobs that can be completed during opening hours as after-hour jobs have a slight upcharge for overtime labor.
  • Step 3 - Job is Scheduled.
    After we receive your quote approval, we'll convert the quote into a job and either 1.) send it to scheduling for a specified date, or 2.) begin the project that same day.
  • Step 4 - Close Job & Collect Payment.
    Upon completion, photos are taken and payment is then collected unless other arrangements have been made prior to starting the job. We accept cash, check, or credit card.

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How do you clean the outside of an office building?


The outside of a building can be cleaned by using a power washing process that may incorporate a low-pressure soft washing method which uses cleaning agents as the primary catalyst for removing stains, to using high-pressure water streams and specialized cleaning solutions to remove dirt, grime, and other forms of debris from exterior surfaces. Both processes should be done by a professional with the proper equipment and experience to ensure it is done safely and effectively.



How long does it take to pressure wash an office building?


The time it takes to pressure wash a commercial building can vary depending on several factors, such as the size of the building, the type of surfaces being cleaned, the condition of the surfaces, and the cleaning methods being used. On average, a standard commercial building can take anywhere from several hours to a full day to pressure wash, depending on these factors.



How do you clean the outside windows of an office building?


Cleaning the outside windows of an office building is done by either using squeegees or by using a purified water system which pumps water from a purification system through hoses to the brush head which is attached to the end of a carbon fiber extension pole. This method provide a superior, spot-free surface that remains cleaner longer due to the absence of any minerals for which dirt or dust can attach.



What is the average cost to pressure wash an office building?


The average cost to pressure wash an office building can vary widely depending on several factors such as the size of the building, the type of surfaces being cleaned, the location of the building, and the cleaning methods being used. On average, a standard office building can cost anywhere from a few hundred to several thousand dollars to pressure wash, with an average cost of around $0.12 to $.24 per square foot, per floor.



How often should you pressure wash an office building?


The frequency of pressure washing an office building can vary depending on the location of the building, the type of surfaces being cleaned, and the level of dirt and debris accumulation. On average, it is recommended to pressure wash an office building at least once a year, or more frequently if necessary. For buildings located in areas with heavy pollution, frequent rain, or heavy foot traffic, twice-yearly pressure washing may be required.



Why does pressure washing frequency matter for office buildings?


Pressure washing frequency matters for office buildings for several important reasons, one of which is maintenance. Regular pressure washing can help extend the lifespan of a building's surfaces, reducing the need for costly repairs and replacements. For example, pressure washing can remove harmful substances like mold and mildew that can cause deterioration and discoloration over time. But from a cost perspective, an office building that is regularly washed and maintained reduces the cost-per-foot for each subsequent cleaning since less work and less chemical is required.

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Get it touch with us today by phone or by submitting an online request! We'll schedule a time to come out and do a complete onsite survey of your office building and answer any questions you may have.

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