Scotts Pressure Wash Blog

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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29 Sep

PRESSURE WASHING: A BASIC GUIDE TO PSI LEVELS

Pressure washers are great for tackling tough cleaning jobs with a high-pressure blast of water. When pressure washing, however, it’s important to remember that turning the washer on full force isn’t always the way to go. Using too much pressure on your deck, fence, siding or even concrete can result in permanent and unsightly damage, which is why it’s important to understand the psi on your pressure washer and how it works. Of course, when…

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27 Sep

HOW PRESSURE WASHERS WORK

Pressure washers are becoming increasingly ubiquitous in both urban and suburban settings. Their usefulness in cleaning large exterior areas and slicing through tough dirt and grime is unparalleled, leading many homeowners and businesses to incorporate pressure washing into their outdoor maintenance routines. But what makes these cleaning machines so effective? Whether you choose to buy your own power washer or hire a pressure wash service, under…

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22 Sep

5 BENEFITS OF HIRING A PROFESSIONAL POWER WASHING SERVICE

Pressure washing may seem simple enough for homeowners to handle on their own. After all, pressure washers are available for consumers to purchase from big-box stores – they must be easy to use, right? Well, not necessarily. As power washing contractors can tell you, there are four major variables in pressure washing: heat, pressure, cleaning solutions and rate of water flow. From Calgary to Vancouver, pressure washing professionals understand …

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