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The Difference Between Hot and Cold Pressure Washing

Pressure washing involves the use of water, which is propelled at high speeds to clean surfaces and materials. In fact, there are two distinct categories: hot or cold water pressure washing. Both hot and cold pressure washers have models with the same flow rate.

However it has been brought to our attention that some companies are using hot water cleaners, please please please don’t do this. This may have a detrimental affect on the tarmacadam surface.
If your going to have your court cleaned simply call Dragon Courts for a quotation and leave it to the professionals
Even if you only have a question simply give us a call.
DON’T USE A HOT WATER CLEANER

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