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The Nozzle Size on Your Pressure Washer Matters! Here’s Why

Posted on June 15th, 2020 by HPManage

High PSI has sold and maintained thousands of pressure washers in Chicago, along with providing the very best pressure washing service since 1976. When it comes to any job using water pressure equipment, we know from experience that the size of the nozzle is crucial. Today, we’ll be providing a primer on selecting the right […]

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Don’t Touch That Unloader!

Posted on May 19th, 2020 by HPManage

Power washing in Chicago IL can handily manage different types of cleaning tasks, but the equipment can also be very dangerous and must be treated with respect. Each pressure washer is graded for a specific amount of pressure (PSI) that cannot be exceeded for any reason. Today we’ll be discussing the role of the unloader, […]

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Kerosene or Diesel Fuel – Which is Best for a Hot Water Pressure Washer?

Posted on April 24th, 2020 by HPManage

If you’re planning to conduct some power washing in Chicago, Il this season, you may be asking yourself which fuel to use in your machine. We hear this question a lot from our clients, so today we’ll be providing you with a comparison to help! What is the Difference Between Kerosene and Diesel Fuel?   Kerosene […]

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Don’t Let Bad Fuel Near Your Tank!

Posted on April 15th, 2020 by HPManage

What’s worse than dragging out the pressure washer after a period of storage, only to have it sputter and refuse to start? Poor quality, stale, or contaminated fuel can wreak havoc on your equipment and cause it to malfunction. Today we’ll be discussing the effects of using “bad” fuel, and what you can do to […]

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All About Efflorescence

Posted on February 10th, 2020 by HPManage

All About Efflorescence Your client has just completed a brickwork construction or put down some new concrete pavers. After only a few months, they’ve called you out because of a build-up of an unattractive, powdery white substance on the surface of the build. This accumulation is called efflorescence (French for ‘to flower’), and it can […]

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