Are you interested in or thinking about starting a Pressure Washing Business? Have you recently started your Pressure Washing Company but would like to learn the Difference Makers that can move your business to the next level? If so, then the Pressure Washing Difference Makers school is perfect for you. My passion is helping new business start ups with training to help you become successful and drastically cut your learning curve.
Class Room and Hands On Training
House Washing, Roof Cleaning, Concrete Cleaning, Property Protection
Soft Washing vs Pressure Washing: when and where to use which
Soft Washing with a Pressure Washer
Hot Water Pressure Washing: when and where to use it
Sales Techniques and Training
Creating Residential and Commercial Proposals
Identifying Surfaces, Stains and Application Methods to Clean Them
Setting Customer Expectations
Chemical Mixes and Ratios
Hands on Training in The Parking Lot of the Hotel
How to Set Up On the Job Site for Maximum Productivity
Cleaning and Work Site Procedures that Save You TIME
Limited Seating Available
We will hold this school at the Country Inn & Suites located at 20611 US-59, Humble, Texas. Both days we start at 9:00am and end about 4:00pm. We have a special room rate of $70 a night. Just mention that you are attending the Doug Rucker School. You can call the hotel directly at 281-446-4977.
If you are flying in, I suggest flying into the Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH). The hotel has a free shuttle that can pick you up and take you back when the school is over.
Seating is very limited so please make sure you register quickly, and make sure you can attend. NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN. If you need to cancel or your plans change, you will be able to attend another Pressure Washing Difference Makers class at a future date. If you have any questions, please text me at 281-883-3630 or contact using the contact form HERE.
We are adding a different kind of school to our schedule this year. For the past 6 years I have been offering a 2 day monthly Pressure Washing Training Houston Texas school. This October I am teaming up with Gerald Vess, the Roof King, and we will be hosting a 2 day school October 19-20, 2019.
The last few years I have noticed that many start up companies are not comfortable with proper cleaning techniques and how to price jobs. There are far to many that think soft washing can only be done with a 12V pump. Because most assume a pressure washer can only be used for cleaning concrete or porous surfaces. Knowing how to sell your services and how to create value gives way to bidding a low price just to get the job. Once this happens your company is not profitable and therefore not sustainable for the long term.
Power Wash Training That Makes A Difference
Not only are we going to teach you proper cleaning techniques, we are also going to spend time on the Business End of your company. Pricing commercial and residential jobs, creating value in your services at fair prices for you and your customer. Managing Customers, Property Protection, Chemical Mixes and Ratios, How to save time on the Job Site, Soft Washing vs. Pressure Washing and how to identify surfaces, stains and application methods are just a few of the classes we will be teaching on.
This school is being held at the Country Inn & Suites located at 20611 US-59 Humble Texas. We have a special room rate of 70$ a night. Just mention that you are attending the Doug Rucker School. You can call the Hotel directly at 2814464977. If you are flying in, I suggest flying into the Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport, (IAH). The hotel has a free shuttle that can pick you up and take you back when the school is over.
It is my desire that this Pressure Washing Training Houston Texas school will be a Difference Maker and help take your business to the next level. The cost of this two day training school is $359.00 and you can register by CLICKING HERE.
Hey, everybody! Real quick. I’ve see some post with people having problems
with their bleach tank getting degraded for various reasons. Pressure Washing Strainers degrading bleach can be the biggest cause for this.
A lot of the time it’s caused by these metal strainers. Your bleach will degrade these pretty quickly.
It can cause your bleach mix to turn orange or black. All these metal shavings will get left down
at the bottom of the tank. Every time you put bleach in it, it’s going to continue to degrade it. We
use our bleach fast enough that it doesn’t have time to degrade.
Get rid of these! Don’t use them on anything that’s going to come in connect with bleach. We
don’t even use them with water. They come with the X-jet. Use the pail system on the X-jet and
get rid of this. You won’t have that problem.
PVC Pipes are great Strainers
If you’re downstreaming or using a dedicated pump, there are a couple of different ways you
can do it. These are two different types of PVC pipe. You have the female threads on the inside.
You can screw you pipe onto those. These are plastic, it won’t degrade it. I don’t like these
because I feel like these can starve your pump. I don’t think you get the flow you should. People
disagree with that and that’s ok. It’s what I feel so I don’t use these. I’ve had these sitting around
for years. If I ever did use them, I’d cut them off here.
Mainly, what we use, depending on if it’s a dedicated pump or if it’s downstreaming, we’ll use
something like this. It’s cut of and angled. We’ll actually run our dip hose or our braided hose
down through there. We’ll fasten these black strainers on if we’re downstreaming. That’s what
we use. There is a little weight in there.
I’ve never had a problem with these degrading our mix or the black causing it to turn a color.
They’re pretty safe. What you will have is the bleach will eat this cap our. The weight or
magnet will fall out. That’s why we have the pipe on there to keep it weighted down in the
bucket or the tank. We use those.
On our dedicated pumps, we don’t use a strainer. We actually use a PVC pipe and a 90. That
way we’re getting full flow.
Keep Your Pressure Washing Tanks Clean
One of the things we do is we keep our tanks clean. We have a bulk head that runs at the
bottom of the tank. We’ve been doing this for three or four years. It doesn’t hurt anything. The
bleach doesn’t hurt the bulk head fitting. At least, we’ve never had that problem. We run a hose
off of that bulk head fitting.
We use that for filling up X-jet buckets if we ever need to use and X-jet. Mainly we use it for
filling up pump up sprayers when we need to use pump up sprayers. We also use it to keep the
tank flushed out. It’ll get empty and about every 2 weeks we’ll take a water hose in there. We
don’t get a lot of grit in there. We keep it clean.
The other thing that could cause your problem is the type of soap you’re using. Sometimes
different types of soap can cause your bleach to degrade. It can cause it to turn colors. You
might switch your soap and see if that’s the issue.
Metal Causes Rust Issues
When you got a tank and bleach that’s degrading/changing colors, you’ve got to find out what is
different in that tank. What’s in my water tank(if your water tank is not doing it). Bleach will
I hope that helps you guys. That’s various different ways to get rid of these. You can use these if
you feel safe. We don’t sell them. I don’t recommend them. You can get them at many of the
other vendors around that sell those. This is what we use for downstreaming. Then just regular
PVC, we cut and angle or we put a 90 on it. We get our full flow. The key is keeping your tanks
clean for whenever you have a problem, isolating and figuring out what’s caused it. Using the correct Pressure Washing Strainers will help to solve this.
I hope that helps you guys!
If your just starting out in the pressure washing and roof cleaning business be sure to check out our online video school.
The Pressure Cleaning and Roof Cleaning School is announcing big news that starts January 2014! We will be offering Pressure Washing Training via the internet and web conferencing! All you need is access to a computer with a camera and a microphone. You will be able to take the same classes that we offer locally. Our Pressure Washing Training and Roof Cleaning School located in the Houston Texas area is now online!
Since March of 2011, we are glad to host over 35 students from various parts of the United States. But we also have had many others that could not attend due to scheduling problems and other issues. Many of you have asked if we could offer something online, and up until now we have not been able to do that. Starting January 2014 that all changes.
All web conferencing classes will be limited to no more than 3 students at a time so that I can assure that everyone receives the personal attention they deserve and the best value for their tuition. Classes will be no longer than 1 hour in length and once a week and scheduled as close to the students convenience as possible.
Pressure Washing Training
During these web conferencing classes you will be able to learn subjects such as:
Starting Up Your Business from a Legal Stand Point-Environmental Awareness and Concerns-Equipment Selection
Marketing and Sales-How to Bid and Estimate Jobs-Customer Service Skills
Different Methods and Applications for Soft Washing and Pressure Washing– When,Why and How to use the proper pressure for the surface area you are cleaning
Driveway and Concrete Cleaning
Cleaning Techniques That Save you Time and Money
How to Work Smart and Produce more Profits
How to mix and use your cleaning solutions for Roof Cleaning and House Washing
Detergents, Soaps, and Cleaning Products used for Specialty Stain Removal
Developing Relationships with Distributors who will help you get your business started
How to Develop relationships with your competition
Building your Web Site and SEO
Using Industry Forums and BBS to your advantage.
And Much More. We allow each student to learn and progress at his own pace. You will also have access to me throughout the week or month at no extra charge via the phone or text messaging whether you completed your classes or not. In other words, once you have become a student of the Pressure Washing and Roof Cleaning School, you can always call me anytime for any help or advice you may need.
If you are starting your pressure washing and roof cleaning business, consider appropriate training! Call or text me at 281.883.3630 and I will be happy to discuss a class schedule and subjects that will fit your business.