Most homes come with walls that are constructed from wooden planks, and while these wall types are generally thought to be adequate from structural and aesthetic perspectives, suffice it to say that you might want to spruce them up in some way, shape or form if you feel like they could look a bit nicer than how they already do. Adding some vinyl siding won’t just level up your home from an aesthetic point of view, rather it would also add some practical benefits at any given point in time.
A big part of the reason why that is the case has to do with the fact that vinyl is an excellent insulator, which means that it can help your house to stay warm during the winter and cooler during the summer months. However, one thing that can become challenging if you add some vinyl siding is pressure washing, since you need to be cautious while applying pressure jets to materials that are made of this type of substance. You can still pressure clean your vinyl siding of course, just bear in mind that the pressure setting needs to be dialed back a little bit just to be safe.
The right pressure for washing siding is around one thousand PSI, although we are admittedly being a bit conservative in that estimate. We just feel like vinyl siding is too precious to experiment with, and keeping the pressure at this lowest setting guarantees that it will stay protected. You can try to increase the pressure gradually by a hundred units a time until you get to the level that is most ideal and hits the sweet spot for pressure.