Customer requested a quote on the cleaning of the brick work of his property. Continue reading
They say that beauty is only skin deep. But is it really?
Think about how your life is impacted by how people react to your appearance – and even how
you react to your own appearance. When you wear a fancy suit or dress, you look refreshed, and
people react better to you. You feel good about yourself. Conversely, when you dress in crummy
clothes, the outside world treats you differently, and you treat yourself differently.
So beauty is definitely not just skin deep. And this is true for your business as well.
When your business’s exterior looks dilapidated, overgrown, or unpleasant – be it from a Continue reading
People are continuing to line up for their outdoor areas to be cleaned by Action Pressure Washing for the summer. In this particular job we cleaned and pressure washed the stucco on their home, the home owners travertine tile patio, stairs, fireplace mantel, and water fountain. See what a huge difference it made.
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Environmentally Friendly Pressure Washing
Many pressure washing operators discharge polluted water into storm drains and waterways. These chemicals, such as waxes, detergents, and petroleum-based discharges, then end up in the public water supply. They can damage aquifers and contaminate drinking water. To prevent “point source” pollution catastrophes, the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) regulates how wash water discharges should be disposed. The Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 310 mandates that point source discharging into United States waters cannot occur unless the operator has something called an NPDES permit. To qualify for this permit, operators need to treat and analyze their discharges.
Since pressure washer operators often move from place to place, it may not be practical or cost effective for them to adhere to NPDES guidelines. As a result, many pressure washers simply fail to comply with the law and just ignore the Clear Water Act (CWA).
Pressure washers can do their job without contaminating aquifers and sewer systems. As long as the discharge does not enter United States waters, operators don’t have obligations under the CWA. To prevent wastewater from contaminating anything, operators can do any or all of the following: Continue reading