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Professional Pressure Washer Buying Guide - How to Pick the Perfect Commercial Power Washer. The power washer experts at Pressure Washers Direct have written a commercial pressure washer buyer's guide to help consumers make the best purchase for their needs. Power washing professionals demand a lot from their pressure washers and these commercial units fit the bill.

Commercial Pressure Washer Buyer's Guide

How to Pick the Perfect Professional Power Washer

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Commercial Pressure Washer Buyer's Guide

Selecting the right commercial-grade pressure washer for your business used to be confined to the few units you could find locally.

That was then, this is now.

We've thrown open the doors of possibility for the professional pressure washer- and we'll walk you through the options so you can easily choose the unit that best suits your business and budget.

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The first step is deciding what style to use:

Wall-Mount Pressure Washer
Professional Electric

Professional electric pressure washers offer a lot more options than other grades. There are handheld units, cold water units, hot water units and even wall-mounted units.

You can use all of these indoors, which is especially important in restaurant kitchens and places such as meat-packing facilities. With the hot water option, you can sanitize as well.

Commercial Gas Pressure Washer
Professional Gas

Professional gas pressure washers come in three types: cold water, hot water and belt-driven. They're great for cleaning agricultural equipment, large homes and really any type of cleaning task.

If you're a cleaning professional and need a reliable and powerful unit, these will be perfect for you. They're built to handle heavy use so don't worry about frying the pump or engine.

Professional Vehicle-Mount Pressure Washers
Professional Vehicle/Trailer Mounted

Professional vehicle mounted pressure washers are the biggest, baddest washers on the market. You can either mount them in the bed of a pickup or get a trailer mounted unit, allowing you to clean anything you can drive near.

These are only meant for serious professionals and the price tags attest to this. But if you're cleaning commercial buildings or other large structures, they can save you so much time.

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