01 Jun June 01, 2015

High Pressure Vs. Low Pressure Pressure Washing

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High Pressure Vs. Low Pressure cleaning. High pressure can damage the surface being cleaned. It can cause damage that can not be fixed. A professional pressure washer knows that high pressure is not always the best way. A professional pressure washer should know that it is not always about the amount of pressure. High volumes of water at a lower pressure often cleans better and gives better results. If you contact a pressure washer and he says high pressure is the only way, you know he has no training and very little experience. There is also a high possibility that he will cause damage that can not be fixed. A professional will explain the best method to clean your surface. A professional will have a machine that puts out 5 to 8 gallons of water a minute. A non-professional will have a machine that anyone can buy from your local hardware store. How can you clean with low pressure? The volume of water play’s a big factor also the  detergents used play a big role. Using the right detergents allows for a deeper clean and a safer cleaning. Here at Restoration Pressure Washing in Huntsville, AL and Madison, AL we use low pressure, high volumes of water and the right detergent to give our clients superior results.

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  1. Jeff Krall says:

    Thanks for sharing your ideas about High Pressure Vs. Low Pressure Pressure Washing. 🙂

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