Proudly Serving Prairie Village, Kansas
Construction in Prairie Village started in 1941 and by 1949 Mr. Nichols’s dream became a reality when the City was named the best-planned community in America by the National Association of Home Builders. Prairie Village is one of twenty cities in Johnson County and is the sixth largest in the population with a residential population of approximately 21,700 within its 6.7 square mile city limits.
ALAC Services is proud to have served and continue serving the Prairie Village, Kansas area. Contact us today for more information or to schedule a service
Residential Pressure Washing, Window Cleaning, and Home Services in Prairie Village, Kansas
ALAC Services is the leading provider of pressure washing, window cleaning, and home services in Prairie Village, Kansas and in surrounding areas throughout Kansas City. We are the trusted provider for residents in Prairie Village because we focus on customer satisfaction and empower well-trained staff who are experts at what they do.
Our residential services include:
We love serving residents in Prairie Village, Kansas and we do so on a weekly basis. For all of your residential interior and exterior cleaning needs, contact ALAC Services.
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Commercial Power Washing, Window Cleaning, and Auto and Truck Fleet Washing Services in Prairie Village, Kansas
ALAC Services is trusted by a number of businesses in Prairie Village as a leading provider of power washing, window cleaning, and auto and truck fleet washing. Our team of professionals serves commercial clients in Prairie Village every day and we strive to continue to provide exceptional service to each and every customer.
Our commercial services include:
Power Washing vs. Pressure Washing—Which is Best For Me?
Oftentimes, the terms “pressure washing” and “power washing” are used interchangeably. However, there are fundamental differences between the two. While they both serve the same purpose of using highly pressurized water to help remove dirt and other materials from hard surfaces, the key differences can help one determine which service is best suited for them.
Water Pressure. In terms of water pressure, a pressure washer and a power washer both use similar amounts of pressure. How much pressure depends on the type of machine (a household unit won’t offer as much power as an industrial machine).
Type of Machine. There is one key element that differentiates a power washer from a pressure washer: a heating element. Both machines create a powerful stream of high-pressure water; however, a power washer actually heats up the water in addition to providing highly pressurized water. This may seem like a small difference, but it actually makes a big difference when it comes to the way that each type of machine is used.
What is Power Washing? Power washing uses a high-pressure stream of very hot water to clean up dirt and materials from outdoor surfaces. The combination of high pressure and temperature make it better for removing all of those truly stuck on materials from surfaces.
Power washing is great for removing materials on all types of outdoor surfaces such as patios, decks, driveways, sidewalks, garage floors. It is a great option for cleaning up:
- Chewing Gum
- Grease Stains
- Weeds and Moss (the hot water can kill them and stop them from growing back)
- Any heavily saturated surface or a surface with a lot of dirt
Basically, power washing is the more heavy duty option. The hot water combined with the pressure can be great for cleaning up very tough stains and very dirty areas.
What is Pressure Washing? Pressure washing is, more often than not, what people will use at their home. It uses the same high-pressure water blast as power washing but doesn’t use heated water. This regular temperature water still gets rid of dirt but doesn’t perform as well against moss, mold, or other tough/stuck on substances.
For most commercial jobs, power washing is the way to go. It’s best for concrete and other hard surfaces, since the force of hot water can do damage to other surfaces. For homeowners, pressure washing is ideal since it is less harsh on surfaces, making it ideal for brick, concrete, or siding. Pressure washers are also great for when your deck needs a quick clean.
However, the method you decide to go with depends entirely on the job at hand. Depending on the surface you are washing and how dirty that surface is, you can decide between pressure and power washing.
Whichever type of cleaning job you decide to do, it’s always best to hire a professional. If you don’t know how to use either type of machine, you could end up damaging the surface you’re working on. Trust the experts at ALAC Services to get the job done right. Contact ALAC Services Today!