Does your pressure washer not start or develop any pressure? Does it start to build pressure and then just put out very little water with no pressure? Those are all common problems with pressure washers that come into our shop. Occasionally we will receive a machine that has a soap dispenser problem as well.
If you are in the pressure washing business or simply need to wash your home, you need the correct amount of pressure to get the job done. The proper tips are also important for the type of cleaning you are doing. A fan type tip will be good for walls, porches and decks. A fine point can clean cracks in concrete or corners or walls. A rotary tip will decrease the amount of time that is required to clean surfaces like brick and plaster. Choosing the proper tip for the job is important as well as how much pressure the washer has. Too much pressure can damage the material you are working with.
Mark The Mechanic is your local pressure washer mechanic and can assist with all your maintenance and repair needs. We specialize in pressure washers with Briggs and Stratton, Honda and Kohler engines but repair all makes and models.
For your pressure or power washer problems in West Virginia, call Mark The Mechanic at 304-395-3330 today!