Residential and Commercial
Pressure Washing


Surface cleaners clean better

High speed flat surface cleaners can consist of 2 or 3 (dual or tri arm) arms that spin in a counter clock wise direction for up to 1800 RPM (rotations per minute). At the end of each arm you will find a 1/4” MEG 25° spray nozzle that can cover the path from 16” to 30” diameter, depending on the size of the actual round housing. These cleaners can remove dirt up to 15 times faster then the standard wands and 10 times faster than the water brooms. Operation: the user walks behind the unit holding the two handles from which one of them has a spray gun that works the same as any other pressure washer gun. The arms are connected to the shaft that is part of the spinning head (a mechanism that allows smooth rotation of the arm). These arms rotate/spin with the flow of the water (greater the water volume – the faster the spinning times), which creates a scrubbing action with the water coming out. The spray nozzles are only 1/2” to 2” away from the surface which allows greater cleaning capabilities. The edge of the housing and the brush skirt protect the surrounding area from dirty water over-spray. The greatest advantage of these machines is that they eliminate the “zebra” stripping usually found on driveways and sidewalks when done with a wand.

Why Pressure Wash Your Driveway?

Pressure washing your driveway is the easiest and quickest way to remove the stains. It’s also one of the easiest ways to add both curb appeal and value to your home. According to the National Association of Realtors, professional pressure washing (for the home and driveway) can add anywhere from $10,000 to $15,000 to the value of your home, making pressure washing one of the most cost-effective and time-efficient cleaning techniques.

The other advantage to having your driveway cleaned is that is reduces the chance that someone will slip and fall. Black algae grows quickly in the wet and temperate climate of the northwest. This can be very slippery once it establishes, especially on exposed aggregate concrete.