Posts Tagged "Warehouse Pressure Washing"

Ware House Power Washing

Dirty Warehouse? Warehouses come in all varieties of sizes, shapes and construction materials. Most warehouses have a stucco, concrete, or cinder block exterior, concrete interior, and concrete sidewalks. As you can see in the pictures below the exterior of warehouses will often get dirty especially in the high traffic areas near loading docks and garage doors. The interior will often have some sort of stains from vehicle leaks like gas or oil. And, if you have a lot of foot traffic from employees and/or customers your sidewalks may need gum removal and general pressure washing from your basic dirt. Regardless of which pressure washing contractor you decide to go with make sure you choose one equipped with a hot water machine. If you think drainage will be an issue because of lack of drains, clogged drains, or improper slopes to drains be sure and ask if your powerwashing specialist is experienced with water pumps and water collection systems. To set up a free estimate call us at 215-703-8306 or fill out our online form. If you want to see more of our work take a look at some of our before and after pictures . Dirty Warehouse Exterior Clean Warehouse Exterior Dirty Warehouse Interior Clean Warehouse Interior Dirty Warehouse Sidewalk Clean Warehouse...

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Warehouse Pressure Washing

Warehouses are sometimes some of the dirtiest jobs to tackle. We should probably call Mike Rowe in and get his opinion.  Take a look at the before and after pictures from a job we did this past week. To view additional before and after pictures of concrete patios and concrete porches please click here. Our Pressure Washing Equipment Our trailer contains a hot pressure washing machine, a cold pressure washing machine and a 500 gallon water tank for those of you that do not have access to water. If you choose to hire a pressure washing contractor they should have a similar looking tank and machine. If they do not you may have not hired the right contractor. The most important aspect and what makes our pressure washer different from those that are generally rented at a hardware store is the water temperature. Most commercial grade pressure washing machines have the ability to heat water up to 250 degrees to remove those tough stains that may require heat to dissolve like oil spills. About J&J Powerwash If you choose to go the second way and like the before and after photos pictured above please contact us at 215-703-8306 to setup a free estimate. We offer pressure washing, powerwashing, window cleaning and graffiti removal in the Greater Philadelphia area. To learn more about how to pressure wash please visit our blog....

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