Pressure Washing 101
Nothing deters customers quite like a grimy, dirty property. During a pandemic especially, people are extra cautious when it comes to sanitation. An unclean exterior may lead people to believe you don’t take health and cleanliness seriously. Pressure washing not only enhances curb appeal, but it can protect your building from succumbing to the elements.
Could a pressure washer help you keep your business looking its best?
What Is Pressure Washing?
A pressure washer uses kinetic energy provided by the water pump. As the water strikes the surface, it contains a slight electrical charge that causes the water to stick to grime. It converts to active energy and can blast away the dirt. The pressure washer has pressure up to 3000 PSI. This type of pressure can cause injuries and is not safe for soft surfaces and can cause damage to glass.
The pressure washer connects to a water source and through a generator or electricity, you can power it on. If you plan to use detergent, you can connect it to the hose.
What Are the Benefits of Pressure Washing?
One of the top benefits of pressure washing is that it requires very limited chemicals. You can use a pressure washer without any chemicals at all. This helps save the environment from harsher chemicals, while keeping your building in good shape. For instance, if you have mold buildup, it can cause the building to deteriorate. Moss can also find its way into most wood and brick structures. A pressure washer can break down substances and remove bacteria, preventing buildup that can lead to further damage.
When you own a commercial building, it is up to you to ensure that the building retains its curb appeal. One way that you can keep your building looking its best is through a pressure washing. To invest in your company’s cleanliness and curb appeal, contact Sun Brite Services!
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