About this pro
Some pressure washing companies out there use cold water to do concrete pressure washing. At Pressure Pros, we use a top of the line Honda pressure washer with up to 250 degrees of hot water. We also are equipped with water tanks on all our trucks, so if the customer has no water we can bring it with us. Insurance is a huge part of any business. Some pressure washing companies do not have any insurance coverage if damages appear. The last thing you want is to have hundreds of dollars in damages, and no one to pay for it. At Pressure Pros, we are insured for up to $1,000,000.00. So you can sleep easily knowing we are covered.
- What types of customers have you worked with?*Fleet vehicle washing (Chemical and non-chemical washing) *Store fronts (Strip Malls, Hotels, Schools, Churches, etc. *Dumpster areas *Parking lots *Drive thru lanes (Banks, Pharmacies, etc.) *Oil stain removal *Concrete cleaning (Surface cleaning of all concrete surfaces.) *Gum removal (Pressure washing gum removal.) *Rain gutters *Sidewalks (Surface pressure washing of all types of sidewalks.) *Windows *Sign cleaning *Spring and fall cleanup *Decks, porches and patios *Roof cleaning (Roof pressure Washing.) *Wood restoration
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Ask questions. How much experience do you have? What kind of equipment do you use? Do you use hot or cold water? Do you apply soaps and chemicals? Are you insured? The last thing you want is to have thousands of dollars in damage and no one to pay for it but you. Shop around. Sometimes a pressure washing company will give an inaccurate estimate. Always ask what they charge per square foot or if they have a flat rate. Never go for the guys that come out and say, "I guess we can do it for x amount of dollars." Ask around, your family, friends, or co workers might have had a great experience with a pressure washing company that you could potentially hire.