Gulf Coast Pressure Washing Pro
We used Hot Water (Versus) Chemical, Most Cold-Water Pressure washing use chemical like Chiorine or Bleach to kill Mold, this is not good for your Plants or Grass around the house, Plus it’s good be (Environmentally Friendly).
I had a Customers on Treasure Island we were contracted to remove Paints the new homeowner before I was done with the Driveway we Repairing to Staining the Driveway we do not Paint concrete. A homer owner Two door down ask to come down look at his Tile roof he said some pressure washing guy wash the Mold off his roof the next day he went to get his mail he walks back can look at the roof the tile was Brown now it Pink he pay $950.00 we help the homeowner by re-staining his tile roof. The guy use Chiorine to Kill the mold we call these guy Weekend Warriors they buy a pressure Washer from Home Depot now they’re in the pressure washing business.?
Hot water pressure washers are called upon to do the job for the toughest cleaning applications. Anytime oil or grease residue is involved, hot water is a must. Cleaning in the oilfield, on construction equipment, and removing oil and grease from concrete are examples of when hot water is a must; Also, situations where sanitation is a concern, for example, food processing and restaurant kitchens. Cleaning vehicles that are covered with road grime and film is another example of when hot water cleans better and faster.
The frequency of your cleaning application should also influence your decision to invest in a hot or cold water pressure washer. If it will be a daily cleaning operation, we strongly recommend a hot water machine. Hot water machines not only clean better, they are also faster, thus reducing labor costs. If your cleaning operation will be intermittent and not involve oil and grease, mold, Paver Sealer, Bubble Gum Removal From Concrete a cold-water unit should be enough. These are a few of the factors that help you decide between a cold or hot water pressure washer. For more details in helping you choose the right system for your application, please contact the professionals at Gulf Coast Pressure Washing Pro.
Remember- You Can’t Get Clean If You Don’t Get WET! • However, while it may seem self-evident that hot water units are faster and more effective .
If you like Find Info You call and ask For Ken At 727-310-7898. Sarasota 941-879-2442.
We use Hot Water to kill mold on tile roof, Cold water Pressure use Chemical like Chemical to kill mold.
Paver Restoration & Sealer
We like using are Hot Water unit Pressure Washing it work better than a cold water.
We do your Sidewalk Curb to all mold.
Customers have questions, We have the answers.
Hot Water Hydroblast, help to Remove Paint from Concrete, this system is Environmentally Friendly for Staining.
Paver Restoration and Sealing Pool decks resurfacing and Concrete Resurfacing Driveway or pools.
Resurfacing Concrete Driveway Paver resurfacing and sealing pressure washing service Commercial Residential in Saint Petersburg Service Line
Pool bird Cages Mold Remove,we use hot water to kill the mold. We have telescope poll instead of ladders, we can do up to reach up to two stories.
Because we used hot water,we do not have to use chlorine or bleach. Almost all cold water pressure used Chemicals to clean tile roofing. It can hurt your plants,shrubs or flowers.
Pavers prepwork by Stripping old sealer off Is the most important part of the job. Hot water pressure washing is one the best to remove sealer.
Resurfacing concrete we can remover paint, we do not paint instead we use xylene based Stain. It will give deeper penetration in to the concrete for more info call or email.
We will do any size properties. Storefront, Office Complex,Warehouse Facilities. Food Court, Construction Equipment cleaning Call for more info
We can do most job on site with hot water 250 x2 500 G water tanks.
We strive to be in constant communication with our customers until the job is done. Please contact us to set up your pressure washing home service or with any questions on our services. We look forward to working with you!
Monday - Sunday: 7:00am - 7:00pm