Pressure washing Calgary can be very labour-intensive. Some types of dirt and grime can be especially difficult to remove.
Engine oil on your company’s parking garage floor, dusty siding, old paint peeling off of your fencing. From time to time, surfaces get stained and messy. It doesn’t matter what pains you take to avoid it. In other words, a regular garden hose won’t always do the trick.
Powerful, highly pressured jets of water released from the machine thoroughly clean surfaces. In fact, the water released from a pressure washer can be up to 80 times that of your rubber garden hose; 4,000 pounds per second (PSI).
The measures of “Pounds per Square Inch” (PSI) and “Gallons per Minute” (GMI) determine a machine’s cleaning capacity.
Professional power washing machines cost much more to buy than machines sold in hardware stores. Accordingly, these machines are much higher PSI and GMI.
Cleaning large areas such as building exteriors, parkades and parking surfaces, large walls, outside fences and patios, and large groups of vehicles are the best suited to power washing.
After application of our special grease-removing solution
Some items obviously cannot stand up to the strength of the water jets. In fact, some material is sure to splinter, crumble, break, or become damaged in some way when pressure washed.
As a rule, wooden furniture, roofing, concrete in need of repair, plastics, and fabrics should not usually be pressure washed.
Proper safety equipment and years of experience absolutely ensures our team knows how to get the job done right.
Contact our pressure washing Calgary professionals, even though you may feel confident in your ability to power wash the stains off of your parkway.
On the whole, the cost of hiring our team far outweighs the potential risk of personal injury to you, or damage to your property.
Water at the temperature of between 121.1 – 160C (250-320F) sprayed at around 5 gallons per minute, or 3000 PSI.
Useful for cleaning: concrete, brick, granite, quartz, gum, storefronts, awnings, signs, heavy equipment, light oxidation, grease
Water at the temperature of around 93.3C (200 Fahrenheit) used at the low pressure of 100 PSI.
Useful for cleaning: fragile stone material
Areas and material that are sensitive to heat require cold water.
Useful for cleaning: rubber, some plastic, some paint, concrete, pavement
A non-corrosive and safe option, perfect for environmentally sensitive areas.
Useful for cleaning: multi-layered surfaces, around food equipment
This method shoots dry ice pellets, instantly becoming a gas when they hit a surface, actually leaving it dry.
Useful for cleaning: food equipment, heavy equipment, paint, grease, plastics, rubber
Generally speaking, chemicals will sometimes be needed to clean a material off of a particular surface. However, most of the time, pure water will do the trick.
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