Category: Safety Tips

Sanitizing With Your Pressure Washer

Sanitizing With Your Pressure Washer

In today’s world, cleaning and sanitizing has become more important than ever. Maintaining a clean home and business is essential to stop the spread of germs and diseases. High-traffic areas have to be routinely cleaned. The best way to achieve a thorough clean is to use a pressure washer.  Pressure washers use high intensity water… Read more »

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Pressure Washing Concrete Flooring

Pressure Washing Concrete Flooring

Concrete floors in shops and garages are made to get dirty. Chances are, the floor in your shop has seen its fair share of stains from oil, grease, and other automotive fluids over the years. While this is to be expected, it’s a good idea to clean concrete floors periodically to protect yourself and your… Read more »

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Tips for Pressure Washing Wood Surfaces

Tips for Pressure Washing Wood Surfaces

Natural wood siding, decking, and fencing might look great, but if it’s not properly maintained it can collect grime and develop mildew growth that spoils its appearance and shortens its lifespan. Pressure washers offer an easy, effective way to clean wood surfaces, but you may have heard that pressure washing can damage wood as well…. Read more »

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Tips to Maintain Your Pressure Washer

Tips to Maintain Your Pressure Washer

While pressure washers are engineered to get the job done, they’re nothing without regular maintenance. And, frankly, there are several routine tasks that you can do yourself to make sure your pressure washer is always running smoothly. Regular maintenance can save you time and money by avoiding more serious issues that will result in costly… Read more »

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How to Pressure Wash Your Home

How to Pressure Wash A House

When years of dirt, soot, and grime build up on the exterior of your home, it can negatively impact your home’s curb appeal. If you’ve grown tired of looking at the dirt pile up on your brick or siding, there’s only one tool for the job;  a Hotsy pressure washer. Pressure washing your home is… Read more »

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Pressure Washer Buying 101

If you own a home, business, or car, you know how important it is to maintain your property. From mud, debris, and oil, there are many different types of dirt that can accumulate over the years. If you allow dirt to build-up for too long, it will become too difficult to clean with a simple… Read more »

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How Colder Temperatures Impacts Your Equipment

As the thermometer dips lower, pressure washing machinery often seems to run slower. It might seem that it takes a little longer for your Hotsy to warm up or it may seem to be running sluggishly. Most often, this slow down isn’t from freezing temps, but instead the result of your lubricants. Before conditions get… Read more »

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Cleaning Your Truck with A Pressure Washer

Cleaning Your Truck with A Pressure Washer

 If you are  a trucker, you’re probably on the road a lot, often days at a time, with little rest and sleep. The last thing you want to worry about is how much wear and tear is being done to your vehicle over those long stretches of time. Your big rig travels through many brutal… Read more »

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Caring for Your Pressure Washer Through Cold Weather

Caring for Your Pressure Washer Through Cold Weather

Fall has begun which means colder weather is on the way. If your pressure washer isn’t properly protected against freezing temperatures, a cold snap could do serious damage to its internal components. Fortunately, all it takes is a few simple steps to keep your pressure washer safe throughout the winter: Storage If possible, store your… Read more »

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Benefits of Radiant Heat

Benefits of Radiant Heat

Fall is just days away, which means colder weather is right around the corner. Now is the perfect time to consider alternative heating options. As the cost of energy rises, it is becoming increasingly important for homeowners and commercial property owners to come up with more affordable ways to heat their properties. Consequently, radiant heaters… Read more »

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