Posted on: 8 March 2017
Outdoor cleaning tends to stop and start for many people with the landscaping. You may think of cleaning the yard, raking leaves, putting out new shrubs, or even sweeping your driveway. The aspect of outdoor cleaning you may not always think of is pressure washing. If you decide to take on this task yourself, you may consider buying a pressure washer. This means you must choose between cold and hot water options. Here are the reasons you may want to consider getting a hot water diesel driven pressure washer above the other options available.
Powerful Cleaning Agents
There is a misconception that using a pressure washer means using water only. You actually can use a cleaning agent to help break up dirt, oil, debris, and other agents that cause dirt and grime throughout your outdoor area. The cleaning agent will work with either cold or hot water, but you benefit from using a hot water diesel driven pressure washer. The hot water activates the cleaning agent to a higher level. What this means is that it will cut through grease and grime better and more effectively than cold water. This is ideal for tough oil and grease stains on driveways and sidewalks.
If you are concerned about using electrical energy when you clean, and using too much of it for powerful pressure washers, then the hot water diesel driven pressure washer is ideal. It is completely diesel driven which means that it heats without electricity and works without it as well. That makes it very energy efficient for you. Also, you don't have to worry about being too far from an electrical outlet or having long extension cords running over your yard and causing a tripping hazard. The unit moves where you move and is cord free.
Drying Time Reduction
One of the aspects of cleaning outside and using pressure waters is the drying time. If you use a pressure washer to clean your home siding, your patio, your driveway, or your sidewalk then you end up having to wait for it to dry. This can take a long time if you aren't in the middle of a full on sun spot or if you are in weather that does not allow for a quick dry from heat, like summer or late spring. When you use a hot water diesel driven pressure washer you can look for your drying time to be reduced significantly. The heat from the water will cool and dry quickly in most cases. Think of it as working in the same way as the heat dry cycle in your dishwasher.
These are only three of the top reasons that you should have a hot water diesel driven pressure washer as part of your outdoor cleaning and landscaping arsenal. If you are concerned about the size or other aspects of a diesel powered unit, consult with your home improvement representative for a consultation and estimates on which size option may be best for you.Share