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We Power Brush + HEPA Vacuum the ENTIRE Length of EVERY Duct Line.
Add'l Ducts $9 each. Main Ducts $25 each. Before & After Digital Photos of Every Job.
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SAFETY FIRST WHEN
POWER WASHING YOUR
HOME THIS SPRING
Power washing is a great way to
give a home a fresh, clean look
in spring. But there’s more to
power than simply renting the right
equipment and getting to work. The
Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention notes that there are many
risks associated with using power
washers. For instance, the CDC says
strong spray from power washers can
cause serious wounds that initially
seem minor. However, such wounds
can lead to infection or disability if left untreated. In addition,
if manufacturer safety instructions are not followed, electric
shock can occur due to improper use.
Homeowners who are intending to power wash their own
homes this spring should fi rst determine if they’re physically
capable of doing so. Power washers can be diffi cult for some
people to control, so it’s imperative that homeowners honestly
assess their physical abilities before renting a unit. The CDC
urges homeowners who determine they can safely handle power
washers to take these additional safety steps to make sure the
process of cleaning their home exteriors goes smoothly.
• Never point a pressure washer at yourself or others.
• Do not attempt to push or move objects with spray from the
washer. If anything is in your way, turn the power washer off
and then move the obstruction.
• Never use a gasoline powered washer in an enclosed space,
which can increase the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.
• Always test the ground fault circuit interrupter (circuit breaker
or outlet) before using a pressure washer.
• Always plug a properly grounded pressure washer into a
properly grounded receptacle.
• If an extension cord must be used, keep the pressure washer’s
power cord connection out of and away from any standing water,
and use a heavy duty extension cord with components rated
for use in wet locations. While power washing, periodically
take note of the location of the extension cord connections to
ensure they are not in a puddle.
• Wear rubber-soled shoes that provide some insulation when
using the pressure washer.
• Never cut or splice the pressure washer’s power cord or extension
• Never remove the grounding prong from the pressure washer’s
power cord plug or the extension cord.
• Pause the project if a circuit breaker is tripped. Always have
a qualifi ed electrician check the pressure washer for electrical
problems after it has tripped a circuit breaker.
• Never allow children to operate a pressure washer. Keep
children at a safe distance when an adult is using a pressure
Safety must remain the utmost priority when operating a power
washer on your own.
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