Why is pressure washing good for the environment?
Heavy-duty cleaning is commonly associated with the application of harmful chemical cleaners. These cleaning solutions can be very effective, but typically enact a heavy toll on the environment. Pressure washing does not introduce any harmful chemicals into the environment. Pressure washers work by blasting water at high velocity, and the power of this water stream is often sufficient to lift stains and mildew without the need for harmful chemicals.
Pressure washers also use less water when compared to the amount used by a garden hose tackling the same kind of job. The amount of force applied by pressure washers means that much less water will be needed overall, with some estimates suggesting that as much as 75% of water is saved using pressure washing. This is because a pressure washer expels water at roughly 50 times the force of a garden hose. This allows the smallest amount of water to be granted the greatest amount of cleaning power.
How does pressure washing improve the look of your property?
Pressure washing the exterior surfaces of your home or business premises can really enhance your properties curb appeal! Having a clean driveway, patio, brick work, roof, windows, gutters, soffits and fascias can brighten up your home and make it look as good as new enticing potential buyers or tenants. Many of the actions taken to improve curb appeal can be completed faster and more thoroughly using a pressure washer.