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Tips For Properly Preparing For Pressure Washing Jobs

Whether you are just starting your company or you have just decided to add pressure washing to the list of things that your company can provide people, you will want to make sure that you are as prepared for this as possible. To help you with that, you will want to read through the following suggestions and then do all that you can in order to put those tips to good use.

Get Rain Gear For The Workers

Whoever will be doing the pressure washing will need to have proper rain gear for work, since there is a good chance that they are going to end up wet. Even if it is nice and hot outside, you do not want them getting back into the company vehicle soaking wet. You also do not want them showing up to the next house completely soaked, as that would look rather unprofessional. With the proper rain gear on, they can protect their clothing and simply take the gear off when they are done with the job. The rain gear is also very quick to dry, so it should be dry by the time they arrive at the next place for pressure washing work.

Always Test The Machines

You want to make sure that the pressure washer is working great. The last thing you would want is for you crew to show up at a property and not be able to do the job because the pressure washer is either not giving enough water pressure or it is simply not working at all. If you can, conduct a quick test of the pressure washers each morning before they are put in the company vehicles for the day. You will also want to consider closely inspecting the nozzles, controls, cords, and everything else at least once a week. This is especially important if you do a lot of pressure washing jobs. If you only do a few, you might be able to do the inspections once or twice a month.

Now that you are more prepared, you will be able to start scheduling pressure washing jobs that will start to make you a decent income for you. Just make sure that in your advertisements, you are expressing your experience and how you and your crew have all of the equipment and supplies to get the job done right. Your schedule will be booked solid before you know it.