It's a warm spring morning, and you're outside inspecting your once pristine home, now wrecked from the winter.
Your driveway, siding, deck, windows, and car all seem in disrepair. You quickly realize that your old pressure washer isn’t up to the task.
Don’t worry, we’ve all been there. Most of us just start out using an entry-level tool just to learn and advance on to something better.
The differences between an electric and gas pressure washer are night-and-day.
Sure, an electric pressure washer will get you through the light-duty tasks without the worry of gasoline, but nothing stands up over time to the tough jobs like a gas-powered pressure washer.
Take a look at the chart below to quickly see the differences:
After making the switch, the only question you'll have is why you didn't get one sooner.
Pro Tip: You can determine your GPM by how fast you can fill up a 5-gallon bucket. 5 / Time (seconds) X 60 = GPM
Electric pressure washers are fine for light, occasional use around the home. But, if you want to take on the toughest grime with ease, do yourself a favor and invest in a gas-powered pressure washer.
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