Is pressure cleaning a job for a professional or more of a do it yourself task? Many will do much of their own pressure cleaning. By so doing, there is also a lot they are missing out on. A professional pressure cleaner gives their clients many perks and benefits. For those who may be considering doing their own pressure cleaning, Big Moose Pressure Cleaning would first like to share the many benefits of a professional pressure cleaning service.
Professional Pressure Washing Training
A professional pressure washer is trained in many aspects of their job. Safety is one of the many things they are trained in. They know how to use and control the pressure washing machines and prevent injury to themselves and others around them, including pets. They also know in detail what setting to use for the various cleaning surfaces they encounter. Professional pressure cleaners encounter many surface types and cleaning needs. This requires an education as to how much heat and what cleaning solution will be needed to get the job done right.
Power Washing License & Insurance
Most people are surprised to learn that a pressure cleaning service does require a license and proper certifications necessary for the job. Along with their licensing they also carry insurance in the event damage occurs. If this happens, they can recover the damage done to the property. If a homeowner is doing their own pressure cleaning, and isn’t fully trained, they often damage the surface areas they are cleaning. When using a professional you have the reassurance that you and your property is protected and in the hands of a licensed professional.
Pressure Cleaning Equipment & Solvents
When using a professional pressure cleaning service, you don’t just get a trained licensed and insured professional; you also have the proper equipment and all of the tools and solvents necessary to clean just about any surface. Each job may require a different mixture of cleaning solvents to remove the various stains or debris on the surface. For example oil stains on a driveway will require a much different approach than algae or moss on a roof. Additionally, a professional has the licensing to use much more powerful pressure washer solvents and can clean the toughest and deepest surfaces, which means better quality results.
Pressure Washers Use Less Mess
A professional pressure cleaner has the practice and training to help reduce the amount of mess that is left over from the job. Often a professional pressure cleaning service has the additional tools or equipment that can recapture the water runoff to reduce the amount of residual water along with the cleaning chemicals left behind. Some cleaning solvents can be hazardous if not recaptured and can kill lawns, and surrounding wildlife. This is why it is important to recapture the water and chemicals which is a requirement for a licensed pressure washing company.
Power Washing & More in McDonough, Barnesville, Fayetteville, Covington, Locust Grove, Griffin, Stockbridge & Social Circle Georgia
Many of the little things can go unchecked when homeowners do their own pressure cleaning. When using a professional pressure cleaning service you get all of the benefits and nothing goes unchecked. If you need a professional pressure cleaning, contact Big Moose Pressure Cleaning. We provide exterior cleaning services to both residential and commercial property. Contact Big Moose Pressure Cleaning to schedule our services today!