How To Build A Low Pressure Roof Cleaning Machine for Business

11/03/2015

How To Build A Low Pressure Roof Cleaning Machine for Business

 

Considering the low pressure washing business?

Most people consider the pressure washing business because it is conceived to be a venture that can be started with a very low investment. Simply buy a $500 pressure washer at Home Depot plus some bleach and detergent; throw it in the back of your pick up, and PRESTO, you’re in.

Because one can get into this venture with a relatively low investment you will be facing a lot of competition. Don’t be discouraged. By working smart, you can bury competition and make a lot of money.

You can go broke repairing the damage caused by using high pressure and misusing chemicals.

Introducing… Guide to Setting Up a Low-Pressure Rig

guide-to-setting-up-a-low-pressure-rig-coverHow To Build A Low Pressure Roof Cleaning Machine for Business

This system is successful because it combines the right equipment, the right setup, the right chemicals with the right chemical delivery system. The result is an exterior cleaning rig that cleans better, faster, safer and at less cost than any of your competitor’s.

You will learn where to purchase cleaning chemicals displaying your company name on the label. Your company will look much more professional and your competitors will wonder what your using.

This system safely cleans siding-decks-roofs-concrete.

Another milestone in this system is the “ROOF GITTER”, which enables you to clean the steep pitched roofs that are not safe to walk on. This accessory will give you a leg up on the competition.

GLOEOCAPSA MAGMA!

The plague that infects homes in nearly 80 percent of the United States.

Gloeocapsa Magma is a species of algae that causes black streaking and discoloration on asphalt/fiberglass shingles. If left untreated this algae will feed and grow until the entire roof becomes infested. Meanwhile, the roof becomes unsightly, and the algae covers the roof granules, which leaves the shingles unprotected from the sun’s UV rays. Without UV protection, a roof will experience premature failure. The algae has migrated form Florida and the Gulf Coast are to cover about 80% of the nation.

We assume you are looking for a business that can be run either full or part time and produces a pretty decent income.

First, roof cleaning is one of the few that is not floating in a sea of competition, there ain’t non, or at least there’s very little. Take a look around town; you’ll see thousands of roofs needing cleaned and nobody cleaning them. Most people don’t even know their roof can be cleaned; they think it needs replaced. Most pressure washing guys are afraid to get on a roof. And even if you have competition, there’s enough roofs to go around for everybody. We rarely run into the other guy.

Second, the investment needed to get into the business is nil compared to your return on investment (ROI). It’s entirely possible and common place to earn $75,000 or more on an initial investment of $2000 or less in equipment and chemicals.

Third, since roof cleaning may be new in your area you will have to be persistent to make your first sale. But, once you get a few jobs under your belt, pictures taken and the neighbors gawking at the roof you just cleaned, you are on your way to seeing your business snowball.

Fourth, roof cleaning is not difficult, but its not as simple as the chemical web sites pitch. There are companies pitching chemicals that will clean roofs simply by spraying it on the roof and letting mother nature rinse it clean. That’s fine, if you want to wait six months to get your money. No matter what they tell you, the roof will have to be rinsed off after applying chemicals, and if you think a garden hose with street pressure will do the job, you are absolutely correct, if you have a week to spend rinsing. Fact is, YOU WILL NEED SOME PRESSURE GREATER THAN STREET PRESSURE if you expect to finish the job in a timely manner. Therefore you will have to modify your pressure washer so it will produce just enough pressure to rinse but not damage the shingles.

Why house water pressure is insufficient

It takes .433 lbs. of water pressure to raise water 1 ft.. If your cleaning the roof of a two story home, the roof will likely be 24 to 32 feet high. This height translates into a pressure lose of 10 to 14 psi. If the water pressure at the street level is 40 psi then the pressure at the roof top will only be 26 to 30 psi, which is not much pressure for rinsing

Fifth, there seems to be a lively and sometimes heated discussion over which chemicals are best for cleaning roofs. This author, doesn’t give a hoot. Both have pros and cons. If you’re concerned about the other guy finding out what chemicals you are using, we will tell you where to get them privately labeled.

How To Build A Low Pressure Roof Cleaning Machine for Business

With this guide:

  • You’ll eliminate a lot of competition just because your rig will have far more capabilities.
  • You will learn how to build and set up a system capable of both low-pressure and high-pressure cleaning.
  • YOUR RIG CAN BE BUILT USING STANDARD PRESSURE WASHER EQUIPMENT
  • IT CAN BE CHANGED FROM LOW-PRESSURE TO HIGH PRESSURE WITH THE TURN OF A KNOB
  • YOUR RIG CAN BE USED TO CLEAN ANY JOB, NOT JUST ROOFS
  • YOU WILL SAVE OVER 30% ON LABOR PER JOB
  • YOU WILL USE HALF THE CHEMICALS
  • WE WILL TELL YOU HOW TO GET CHEMICALS PRIVATELY LABELED (keep the competition guessing)
  • YOU WILL RECEIVE STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR BUILDING A “ROOF GITTER” (cleans steep roofs, see below)
  • YOU WILL LEARN TO MAKE A LOW PRESSURE HOUSE WASHING MACHINE FOR LESS THAN $300 (This is a business in itself)
  • COMPLETE SCHEMATICS PICTURES AND PARTS LIST INCLUDED IN BOOK

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