It can happen in any part of the country virtually any time of the year: you will encounter a big wind or rain storm that will leave the trees surrounding your property bare and your yard a mess. Depending on the severity of the storm damage, you may also find small sticks and other debris littering the area.
How to Pressure Wash After a Storm
Wet leaves are heavy and slimy and often stick to surfaces like patios and driveways. And if you’ve ever tried to use a rake or leaf blower to gather wet leaves you know what a chore it can be. Pressure washers deliver up to 75 times more power than an ordinary garden hose, making siding, driveway, patio and deck cleanup after a storm incredibly efficient.
As long as you’re power washing, it might be a good time to address outdoor areas you’ve been neglecting like hardscaping, garbage cans and underneath the lawn mower.
Briggs & Stratton has a variety of large and small models for home or commercial pressure washing use. Try out a pressure washer surface cleaner for a big job like a cleaning a deck.
A pressure washer will give you the power you need for storm restoration for the home and yard. Visit Pressure Washers 101 to learn which is the best pressure washer for you.