How to Power Wash

The most important thing for any consumer to know when learning how to power wash is that in order to power wash safely, it takes skill and experience to do the job correctly.  Most people believe using 3,000 PSI to power wash is the fastest and most effective way to get the job done.  That amount of pressure will destroy wood and many other surfaces!   To find basic guides on how to clean various surfaces search the PWNA member articles area.

The Power Washers of North America reccommends using a contractor with experience, knowledge of the right chemicals and proper power wash equipment it may cost more, but it could save you thousands of dollars in damages. That's why it's important to use a nationally certified PWNA member or another experienced and licensed contractor instead of just the cheapest price!

If your looking for an experienced contractor to help you with any type of power wash related service, search our member directory here! 
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   The Power Washers of North America has numerous training and certification programs for Wood Restoration and Preservation, Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning, and Environmental Awareness and Cleaning. The certification program is updated on a regular basis to ensure that what is taught is based on the latest information available. 

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