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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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Signs Your Pressure Washer Needs Repair

Signs Your Pressure Washer Needs Repair

A pressure washer is a powerful tool that helps create a clean environment by blasting away dirt and grime at a high volume. Whether you use this machine for home or business it is important to maintain it properly. Over time you may notice your pressure washer operate differently. Being  aware of the different issues… 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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Ideal Applications for Electric Pressure Washers

Ideal Applications for Electric Pressure Washers

In today’s world, it is extremely important to be mindful of the emissions we create through operating vehicles, heavy machinery, and other everyday items. When you need a pressure washer for a cleaning job, be sure to use the proper power source to reduce the amount of carbon released into the air. Gas-powered pressure washers… 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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Pressure Washing Safety Tips

Pressure washers are immensely helpful, but just like any other power tool, they can be dangerous if handled carelessly. Many of Hotsy’s pressure washers can deliver powerful jets of water at pressures upwards of 3000 PSI. Find yourself on the wrong side of that jet, and you can inflict some serious bodily harm. Here are… Read more »

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New Year’s Resolutions for Your Equipment

Row of Hotsy Equipment

We’ve entered a new year, and for many of us, that comes with resolutions to do better in 2019. Whether that’s a personal goal like quitting a bad habit or being more active or a professional goal to improve your skills or hit new sales or profitability goals, there’s nothing wrong with wanting to strive… Read more »

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Changing Seasons, Changing Approaches

Changing Pressure Washing Strategy with the Weather

There’s starting to be more of a nip to the morning air. The leaves are changing colors and falling from trees. All the telltale signs are there – fall is coming and that means winter’s not far behind. That also means that now’s the time to make sure that you, your team and your equipment… Read more »

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Personnel Safety: Working Smart and Staying Safe

Hotsy employee working with customer on pressure washer training

Safety Month Highlight – Prevent Accidents with Training Your pressure washing and cleaning equipment is powerful, and when used safely can make removing dirt and grime a breeze. However, unsafe handling and improper use by employees can lead to accidents and injuries – some severe or life-threatening. As we continue to recognize National Safety Month,… Read more »

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Wash Away Dirt and Grime in Less Time

Use Hotsy accessories to clean flat surfaces this spring Spring is a beautiful time of year, but it’s also a dirty one. After the cold and wet winter season, spring brings more rain showers and mud – not to mention all the other sources of grime and gunk. Whether you’ve got salt and sand settled… Read more »

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