Should I hire the company that offers the lowest price?
Maybe, but not always. Here are some points to consider:
The price you see advertised may not be the price you pay. Many homeowners have learned that the low price they saw advertised lasted only until the contractor did the estimate. Then they were pressured into paying a lot more for a variety of add-ons.
Some contractors’ market strategy is to get jobs by being the lowest bidder. The contractor will then cut corners in order to turn a profit.
Due to low start-up costs, many companies come and go. When first starting up, a lot of companies do not educate themselves, because pressure washing looks easy and profitable. So, they lack the right equipment, cleaners, insurance, knowledge, professionalism, and normally, will charge an extremely low price.