Commercial Cleaning

Electric Pressure Washers for Cleaning Building Exteriors

September 12, 2011   ·   By   ·   No Comments   ·   Posted in Commercial Cleaning, Residential Cleaning

Electric pressure washers are the ideal cleaning machines when it comes to cleaning building siding. Pressure washing removes dirt and grime more easily from the exterior surface when compared to conventional cleaning methods. However, there are a few things that you must know about using pressure washers the right way before you use this powerful machine for cleaning exteriors.

Brick is a popular choice for home exteriors because of its durability, looks, and affordability. However, dirt, moss and grime as well as changing weather can damage the looks of the surface with time. This is where electric pressure washers step in to restore the original great looks of the exterior surfaces. Pressure washing removes the accumulated mold and debris quickly and with minimum effort, making it one of the best options for cleaning external walls.

It must be noted that commercial pressure cleaning machines are quite different from many machines used for cleaning of homes. They have heavy-grade parts and components that can withstand the rigors of frequent use and long working hours. Commercial and industrial systems are preferred by cleaning contractors, construction workers, and others who must clean exterior building surfaces on a regular basis. Experts suggest the use of electric pressure washers for larger tasks such as cleaning of building siding and driveways when electricity is readily available nearby. These powerful cleaning machines are designed to tackle the toughest of dirt and accumulated stains with consummate ease.

The top machines in this category come with dual temperature options that allow the operations to be completed faster and more efficiently while limiting the physical effort performed by the operator. The water temperature in a electric pressure washer cleaning machine can reach up to 205°F within seconds. For use on heat sensitive materials, operators can switch to cold water cleaning.

Hot pressure washers that are electric powered, are easy to use because the same electric source powers the pump, the motor system and the burner and coil system. Gas pressure washers are also used in commercial cleaning applications. These gas pressure washers are useful for mobile applications, as they do not require use near a source of electricity.

The best electric pressure washers, and even gas pressure washers, offer tri-temperature cleaning with wet steam emission at temperatures up to 330°F. Such high temperatures can be used to rapidly dissolve and blast away the most stubborn deposits and residues. While electric powered, these machines rely on an alternate fuel source to achieve such high wet steam temperatures.

The effectiveness of the best electric pressure washers can be easily enhanced by using eco-friendly cleaning chemicals. These chemicals can be delivered on to specific areas of the surface using special siphons that are available in either standard or foam type delivery. They help in breaking down stubborn stains, insect deposits and deep set grime which cannot be dislodged by cold water cleaning.

Purchasing electric pressure washers from reputable suppliers will ensure that you get the best value for your money. Quality cleaning machines not only deliver superior results, but are highly durable and turn out to be the best investment in the long run.

by Daimer Industries

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