When it comes to the actually cleaning a toll plaza it’s not as cut and dry as starting up the pressure washer and blasting away. Toll plaza’s have a substantial amount of loose gravel and debris which needs to be cleared in order for the pressure washer to be effective. A gas powered leaf blower will make quick work of the loose gravel by pushing it out of the way of the cleaning area. A crew of several people is required in order to complete the project within two nights. Usually one worker will clean the underside of the canopy with a telescoping wand while another will use a hand-held wand to perform the detail work in and around the toll booths. Two more workers will operate a surface cleaner and another hand-held wand to push water towards the drainage area.
The work involved in cleaning a toll plaza is quite extensive and requires a good deal of coordination between several agencies. But with the right equipment and cleaning methods, a regular contract for cleaning toll plazas can be a lucrative endeavor for any business. As with any project, hard work and good planning will lead to a successful job.
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