Power Washing Company on Long Island, JM Pressure Washing recently updates their website with Frequently Asked Questions.
Long Island, New York (PRWEB) October 07, 2012
Long Island Power Washing Company, JM Pressure Washing has updated their website with important tips and questions. JM Pressure Washing made it a point to always educate their customers about power washing. Power Washing is something that can be done by homeowners but should be done but professionals.
JM Pressure's owner James Marfolio is also a highly skilled painter who paints interior and exterior homes on the side. James is a contractor that has the homeowners best interest in mind. By doing so JM Recently updated their site with Frequently asked questions and answers straight from customers. Here are some from the website.
1. What are some of the ways that make you a better company than all the rest?
One reason is that JM Pressure Washing cleans with heated water. Heated water cleans more effective than cold water. It works the same way as when you wash dishes. Second we are very professional when dealing with our client's property. We make sure to use the correct chemicals and the right amount of pressure to insure we do not encounter any damage to your property. Third we use our soft low pressure method when spraying your house. You will find out company to be more effective cleaning at low pressure to ones that use more pressure because we use a well thought out technique that will cause no damage to your house.
2. I have seen very low prices from some advertising, are your prices higher?
We are very competitive on our pricing. The companies that offer extremely low prices are cutting costs on equipment, using cold water, chemicals, and not carrying insurance. According to the Better Business Bureau low priced offers result in the most complaints and unresolved problems reported.
3. All pressure washing companies are the same right?
Anyone can purchase a pressure washer and advertise their services, but this doesn't mean they can operate it effectively. A pressure washer in the hands of an unskilled operator can cause a great deal of damage. Just to name a few; wood carved into at to high of pressure, plants and lawn killed, siding blown off, paint peeled from house and even concrete cut and etched.
For more information please visit http://www.longislandpowerwashingco.com.
JM Pressue Washing
18 Sandie Lane
Manorville, N.Y. 11949