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Your Spring Cleaning Checklist

By | Pressure Washing Tips

With the amount of snow and cold temperatures that the east coast received this year, you’re probably feeling anxious and excited to get outside for warm weather fun. However, the cold weather also means that your home’s exterior needs a thorough cleaning after months of dirty slush, road salt and dead leaves in gusty winds.

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Battling Winter Damage

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This year the East Coast was hit with colder temperatures and more snow than it has seen in a number of years. While you understandably may not have been thinking about your pressure washer while trudging through the snow to drive to work, you might be now!

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Renting Equipment: Pros and Cons

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For most home improvement equipment and for many power tools, some homeowners tend to hire professionals for the service or look for rentals.  Did you know that Pressure Works also offers equipment rentals? You can rent almost everything you’ll need for your pressure washing project, from hot and cold pressure washers to surface cleaners and accessories!

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Winter Care for Your Pressure Washer

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Temperatures are starting to drop in Virginia, prompting us to bundle up, defrost our cars in the morning and check our homes to make sure we are ready for winter. With all of these preparations and the holiday season nearing, you may not remember that your pressure washer should be properly winterized, too! Your pressure washer is an investment that will benefit you for years to come when taken care of, and will work best when these steps are taken: Read More

Surprising Fall Pressure Washer Uses

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Summer is officially over and home projects are beginning to shift from improvements to cold weather preparations. During the warmer months, you were able to use your pressure washer to clean stains from the driveway and sidewalk, pollen from siding and for washing your car or boat. However, you may be wondering how you can extend the use of your pressure washer into the fall. Here are a few surprising uses for your pressure washer during the fall season:

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Storing Your Pressure Washer After Use

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Pressuring washer safety and maintenance doesn’t end after you’ve turned the equipment off. Properly disassembling and storing your pressure washer and accessories is just as important as assembly and use, and is one of the key components to ensure your machine will function properly long after the initial purchase. If you’re unsure of the best method for cleanup and storage, follow this checklist:

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How To Choose The Correct Nozzle For Your Pressure Washer

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If you’re new to owning a residential pressure washer or are looking to maximize the use of one you already own, the variety of nozzles available can be intimidating. Pressure Works carries many different options, all of which are optimal for a different purpose with different spray angles and pressures. Here is an easy guide to the most common nozzles to help you determine which is right for your project:

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