Q.- Should I just try to pressure wash myself?
A.- No, its takes special skills and knowing of chemicals because it is very easy to damage exterior surfaces.
Q.- Will the cleaners being used damage my plants or harm my pets?
A.- No, they are all Bio Degradeable
Q.- Is high pressure the only way to get it clean?
A.- No, low pressure is available as well with the usage of Bio Degradeable Pressure Washing Detergents.
Q.- What is the difference between Belt-Drive and Direct Drive?
A.- Direct Drive is perfect for Residential Properties because it allows for less GPM (gallons per minute). For commerical parking lots, bel t drive is used for higher GPM’s to remove tough, tough stains.
Q.- When I am done with my job, what is the best way to store my pressure washer?
A.- The best way to store your pressure washer is to keep it in closed doors such as an out door shed, and make sure that your pump is drained out completely.
Q.- How long can I leave the washer on without triggering the gun?
A.- It depends on the type of machine. On Pressure Washers purchased at your local hardware store, these machines will start breaking after too much pressure is built up. On expensive commercial machines, the pumps are built for everyday use, allowing for pressure to build up and drain on its own.
Q.- What chemicals can be used for power washing?
A.- There are chemicals for every surface and different brands are available as well.
Q.- Can I use bleach in my pressure washer?
A.- No, it will destroy the pump of your Pressure Washer.
Q.- What is the chemical injection to wat er ratio?
A.- We use 12:1, this is the most common in the field of Pressure Washing.
Q.- Can the water from lake or pond or under ground storage can be used to power wash?
A.- Yes, but I recommend using water that is filtered. Usually there will be a filter in the pump but when this clogs sometimes it can destroy your pump by not allowing water to access through the pump.
Q.- How do I add the anti-freeze and water solution?
A.- You do not use Anti-Freeze for Pressure Washing
Q.- Are all pressure washing companies the same?
A.- No! Some are not even Experienced and have no idea what they are doing.
Q.- Do I need to be home when you’re working on my property?
Q.- Is an outdoor water source needed?
Q.- Is it more effective when you clean with heated water?
A.- It depends on what is being cleaned.
Q.- Is there a difference between pressure washing and power washing?
A.- Pressure Washing is using High Pressu re to clean where Power Washing is using lower pressure and more chemicals to clean a surface.
Q.- What are the benefits of pressure washing?
A.- Keeping the exterior of your Home cleaned and making your home last longer.
Q.- What are these black streaks on my gutters and can they be removed?
A.- Overtime, mold and dirt gets on the exterior of them and stains into them in which a special chemical is needed to remove the streaks. Yes, the streaks can be removed.
Q.- What is this white powdery stuff on my masonry and can it be removed?
A.- This is usually a deep stain that can not be removed.
Q.- Why does wood turn gray and can you bring back out the color?
A.- Dirt and mold turn wood gray overtime and yes the color can easily be brought back to life.
Q.- Will your pressure washing cause any damage to my property?
A.- No, we have trained technicians that understand how to use every power washer.
Q.- Will pressurized water be forced under my siding?
Q.- Will the chemicals you use cause any damage to my plants?
A.- No they are Eco Friendly!
Q.- Will there be streaks on my windows after you clean my house?
Q.- Will you send us a reminder notice when your service needs to be done again?
A.- Yes, either email, text, or a phone call (customers preference).