Cold Water Pressure Washers for Sale in PA
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Buying a cold water pressure washer from the Power Wash Store of Central PA means you get exactly what you need for the type of work you’re doing.
You won’t find a shop with staff as friendly, as helpful, or as knowledgeable for 100 miles in any direction.
Start a conversation with us. Tell us what types of jobs you’re doing and how often, and we show you the machine best suited for your applications.
Benefits of Cold Water Pressure Washers
- Fewer parts to maintain
- Cost less than similar hot water models
- Easier/cheaper repairs
- More practical for home-use applications
- Less equipment to haul
- Overall ca$h $avings
High GPM vs High PSI
GPM (gallons per minute) and PSI (pounds per square inch) matter a lot more when you’re using a cold water pressure washer as opposed to a hot water model because you’re losing the advantage of having the heat to help the water penetrate.
Use High GPM for
- Larger areas
- Less force
A high GPM would be preferred for applications like cleaning fleets’ undercarriages, commercial car washes, rinsing off dirt soaps and detergents, and when the surface you’re cleaning is brittle or delicate. When cleaning a lot of something that comes off easily, use a high-GPM machine.
Use High PSI for
- Smaller areas
- More force
High PSI machines are preferred when you really need force in order to get something cleaned. Stripping paint, cleaning cement driveways or sidewalks, and getting the years of discoloration off the siding of your house are things best left to machines with high PSI.
Techniques, Tricks, & Tips for more Effective Pressure Washing
Knowing what to do with your pressure washer is just as—if not more—important as having one. The machine is no good if you can’t get it started or the pump blows from dry-running cavitation.
Come into the store and see what the reviews are about. We take the time to give you a free product demonstration before you buy any machine or equipment so there are no surprises when you’re at your first jobsite with the new machine.