Pressure washing your home or business is a great way to remove dirt and mildew that’s built up over time. But there’s a bit more you need to know about pressure washing and how to do it, or else you risk causing major issues that will need to be corrected.
In this issue, we’ll talk about which pressure washer is best – electric or gas – and some pitfalls to avoid if you’re thinking of doing it yourself.
WHICH PRESSURE WASHER SHOULD I BUY OR RENT, GAS OR ELECTRIC?
It depends upon what the job is.
WHAT’S THE WORST THAT CAN HAPPEN IF I DO THE JOB MYSELF?
There’s actually quite a bit of damage that can happen if you don’t know what you’re doing, including:
WHEN SHOULD I LET A PROFESSIONAL DO THE PRESSURE WASHING?
While you may be able to handle more manageable pressure washing tasks like a deck or one-story house, for bigger jobs it just makes sense to call on a professional.
Bigger jobs require heavier and more powerful equipment – and the professional cleaners already have that equipment.
They also have the knowledge on how to deal with hard-to-reach areas without falling and have expertise in cleaning areas like house roofs without causing damage.
IF YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS NEEDS PRESSURE WASHING, CALL J&M KEYSTONE, INC. IN SAN DIEGO
When it comes to pressure washing, our professionals have the years of experience and the high-end, commercially-rated equipment to make sure the job is done safely and correctly.
Call us here at J&M Keystone, Inc. Our number is 800-368-2757.
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