In the construction and home improvement industries, pressure washing is used to clean residential and commercial properties. Pressure washing is a powerful tool that can be very useful in removing dirt, grease, mold, mildew, paint or other types of stubborn stains from hard surfaces such as concrete driveways. However like any powerful tool it requires user attention to ensure safety. Proper use of power washers includes: wearing appropriate protective gear (e.g., eye protection), periodically checking for leaks on all hoses and connections before beginning work; using the correct nozzle size (i.e., 1-3 inches) for different surface types; spraying at an angle away from sensitive areas (e.g., windows); only working with cold water; changing out filters regularly; and taking care to avoid spraying onto electrical connections.
It’s always a safe practice to run a power washer outdoors, and if the work requires pressure washing indoors to ensure that all fixtures are off first- try not to get water on any electrical outlets or appliances.
A home’s most important asset is its exterior. It pays for itself in increased property value by making your house more appealing to potential buyers while also protecting it from fading colors due to sun exposure, insects, mold buildup and other common problems homeowners face with their property over time.
It can be very useful in removing dirt, grease, mold, mildew paint or other types of stubborn stains from hard surfaces such as concrete driveways. However like any powerful tool it requires user attention to ensure safety.”