Step 1: Site Plan
Before any power washing even begins, our team will identify any known or visible hazards. Our crews will do a physical inspection of the property identifying
storm drain entry points
possible sanitary sewer drains
local landscape conditions
water collection points
water flow characteristics
Step 2: Containment
Once our power washing begins, the dirty wash water must be contained and redistributed either outside or to specified interior floor drains. Our team uses several tools for this process including:
vacuum surface cleaners
industrial grade shop vac
Step 3: Collection
Our team has highly specialized vacuums and water pumps to recover our dirty wash water. Some of our vacuums are highly customized "auto discharge vacuums".
Depending on the specific job conditions, we may collect the water immediately after it is power washed at the source while on other projects it may make more sense to funnel the water to a internal drain in the building.
Which method we utilize will be strategically selected based on the amount of waste water that our power washing generates and the toxicity of the water.
Commercial Interior Cleaning
Do you have concrete floors that have become stained or dirty from the heavy traffic at your place of bussines? Let Nash Pressure Washing make them look like new! We can clean inside your building as well. No drains required with our suctioning surface cleaners.
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