Cold Water Pressure Washers in Detroit MI

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We are proud of the many clients who turn to Pressure-Pro for all their needs related to Cold water pressure washers in Detroit MI. These high-quality machines are ready to take on a huge list of projects including prepping metal concrete for painting, getting rid of moss, algae, and mold, and getting mud off of vehicles – to name a few. Made to be as strong as their hot water pressure counterparts, these units are built with the same chassis design and components.

Whether you need them for industrial, residential, or commercial use, we have the products you are looking for. You will not find a more impressive selection, higher-quality products, and better informed customer service agents. We are here to ensure that you get just what you need. Contact us at 772-461-4486 or now for more information.

Gas cold water pressure washers in Detroit MI

There are a number of reasons that our clients may choose gas cold water pressure washers in Detroit MI over other options. One of the biggest advantages is that they are portable and can go just about anywhere – provided there is adequate ventilation. These are heavy machines but they have wheels to make it easy to transport them. A gas cold water pressure washer is more powerful than an electric one (in fact, they can get up to 4,000 PSI) but it also generally costs more and can cost more to run.

Diesel cold water pressure washers in Detroit MI

There are a number of reasons that people choose diesel cold water pressure washers too. Most notably, they offer the portability and power of gas options, but they are much more affordable to run. They also are much easier to maintain and, on average, will last longer than their gas counterpoint. As a result, they are often the choice of a person who wants a portable, affordable option.

Electric cold water pressure washers in Detroit MI

Electric cold water pressure washers have advantages of their own. First, they are very quiet. This makes them a great choice for residential uses. They also do not give off fumes the way their gas and diesel counterparts can, which means there is no concern about using these units in areas that are not ventilated. They are powerful but at a maximum of about 2,000 PSI they are not as powerful as gas or diesel options.

The fact that you never have to add fuel to them makes them cheaper to run and they are generally much more affordable than gas or diesel options too. However, they are not portable, due to the fact that they must be plugged into an electrical outlet, and they generally do not work as long as a gas or diesel powered option would.