We get this question all the time! If you’re looking for a way to stay eco-friendly at home, but still clean quickly and efficiently, power washing is the way to go. And we’re not just saying that because it’s one of the primary services we provide! Honestly, there are many benefits to hiring professional power washers, but today we’ll focus on the ones that can help you go green.
Conserve Water with Power Washing
Water is one of the key elements of power washing, but you don’t need to use a lot to be effective. Since professional-grade power washers can pack a lot of pressure, you can clean quickly. Even when it comes to large jobs like siding, decking, and driveways. Statistically speaking, you can use up to 75% less water with this technique! In comparison with manual scrubbing and rinsing with a garden hose. But with great conservation comes great responsibility. If you go overboard with the pressure, you could actually damage those surfaces you’re trying to clean. Why not leave this job to the professionals? At D & L Enterprises, we’ll power wash your property without using too much power. So, you can enjoy all of the eco-friendly benefits without any additional work.
Use Eco-Friendly Cleansers
When water alone won’t remove dirt and grime from your outdoor surfaces, add an effective cleanser to the mix. Unfortunately, standard cleaning products can be too harsh—on both your home and the surrounding environment. We try to use green power washing detergents that target the specific issues we’re trying to clean. Especially if there’s mold or mildew present, we’ll want to utilize a chemical-free compound that can really get underneath the stubborn spores. As we rinse it away, we won’t have to worry about excess suds harming your landscaping or local ecosystems. After all, why should you have to choose between being effective and eco-friendly?
Save Energy with the Right Equipment
Although power washing requires some energy use, new models are more energy efficient than ever before! Because we’re able to clean quickly and waste less water, you can actually save on energy costs in the process. Did you know the average electric-powered pressure washer costs only 15 cents an hour to operate? They also have gas- and diesel-powered models, but letting the professionals handle this equipment matters more. With more practice, comes less waste! Let our D & L team handle your next power washing project.
Honestly, the very concept of cleaning something up and reusing it, rather than replacing it outright, is eco-friendly. Power washing lowers our demand for natural resources, much like recycling does! So, the next time you’re looking for ways to go green around the house, contact your local power washers to see how we can help.