Pressure Washing (Cleaning)
Cleaning a surface can transform it to almost looking new; paint may not even be required. The grime and pollution that builds up on exterior surfaces transform the aesthetic nature to look dingy and dull instead of vibrant and bright. Using a pressure washer on a variable pressure setting and cleaning with environmentally friendly mild chemicals to remove mildew, moss and other contaminants can be a low cost solution to restore your facade back to its original quality. A low pressure setting is typically used on EFIS and stucco, while a higher pressure is used cement and masonry surfaces.
We can also clean things other than buildings with our pressure washers. Cleaning any surface prior to applying coatings is an integral step, so we have become quite adept at using our washers for many applications. We can use hot water pressure washers to clean grease off of floors, machine pits or even baking racks at food process plants.
We can use rotary surface cleaners attached to our pressure washers to help aid in cleaning large concrete slabs and parking decks. We can use special nozzle attachments to remove failing coatings or bubble gum stuck on concrete. We can use the pressure to aid in removal of graffiti or other unwanted stains.
Pressure washers are valuable indispensable tools in our fleet of equipment. Without their use we would not be as efficient or have a way to thoroughly clean a substrate prior to coating. Without a doubt, cleaning is a large part of what we do here at Custom Coatings Inc.