Scotts Pressure Wash Blog

27 Oct

GREEN PRESSURE WASHING: WHY WASTEWATER RECOVERY MATTERS

In the United States, the 1972 Clean Water Act protects the quality of drinking water. This was the first nationwide law to regulate how much pollution industries could release into American rivers and streams. Basically, the Clean Water Act sets a high standard; it says that nothing but clean rainwater should go into sewers and storm drains.

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26 Oct

POWER WASHING DOS AND DON’TS

Power washing is an incredible thing. With only a few blasts from your power washer, years of grime can be swept away. However, it’s important to understand how to properly use such a powerful tool in order to avoid causing damage to your business or personal property. The power washing dos and don’ts listed below will help you understand how to best use your pressure washer. We’ll also discuss when it’s smart to contact a power washing c…

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24 Oct

PRESSURE WASHING TIPS: WHY DISTANCE MATTERS

The reason you’re pressure washing the graffiti off your fence or the mold off your siding is to improve the look of your home or business without causing additional damage or grime. But you don’t want to simply fire up the pressure washer, walk up to your property and start spraying away. The distance between your pressure washer and the surface you’re cleaning is of critical importance. Here’s why:

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20 Oct

HOW TO CHOOSE A GREEN POWER WASHING SERVICE

More and more people are choosing to become more environmentally friendly in everything from their cars to their home cleaning products – even their toilet paper. Companies are cashing in on this trend, too, making their systems and products leaner and greener and lessening their impact on the environment.

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13 Oct

BUYING A PRESSURE WASHER: GAS VS. ELECTRIC

Pressure washing is often essential for tackling tough outdoor cleaning jobs, like getting dirt and grime off your sidewalk or rinsing the siding of your home or commercial building. A pressure washer consists of a motor attached to a water pump; the motor forces the water through the nozzle at 50 percent higher pressure than an ordinary garden hose and uses up to 80 percent less water, saving you money and conserving natural resources. Pressure …

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