Pavilions, usually with concrete floors, are the host to many a family function. That said, there are many types of dishes that are served potluck style inside. And, much of that could very well end up on the floor. Not to mention another foe- chewing gum. Normal wear and tear from foot traffic can also result in a dirty floor. Power washing pavilions is a great way to keep them in tip-top shape for every party.
Grills are used by family after family. No one wants to show up with a juice T-bone only to find a disgusting grill. Power washing these grills is not only a good practice for a home grill, but even better for a community cooking area that gets quite a bit of use.
Growth of things like mildew, mold and algae can make a court slippery. A slippery court means slip and fall hazards. Keep your court clean and safe by power cleaning it often. Our website offers another section with more detailed information about pressure washing tennis courts.
Basketball courts, much like a parking lot, can get filled black spots caused by stomped in chewing gum. Plus, with so many active feet, there could be a build up of things that a normal hose-off couldn’t get rid of.
Bleacher- baseball / soccer fields
Bleachers can be a haven for scum buildup. Imagine all the caked up ketchup from hotdog mishaps and dried up ice cream from cone droppings. Cleaning bleacher with the pressure washers once or twice a season can keep these clean, and the home team cheering!
Lots of small children slide down the slide, climb across the monkey bars and spin around on the merry-go-round. But, when you look closer- think of all the germs that could be lurking within the fun zone. Of course, parents should have their kids wash their hands after each use. However, pressure washing the playground equipment once a season is a great way to maintain them. Build up can result in slippery handles, etc. A clean playground is a safe playground.
There is an area on this site that describes in more detail pressure washing pool aprons. However, that area speaks of home pools. A municipal swimming area probably gets a hundred times the traffic, so safety is much more of a liability here. Algae, mildew and mold can begin to grow on the tile and cement that is surrounding your pools. That could make it more slippery than it already is from the water. Having a separate power washer for your pool department is a smart and safe idea.
The cement floors of a restroom area or locker room should be also cleaned very well. A mop sometimes is just not good enough for the job.
A parking lot is the mecca of spit out chewing gum. On an semi-annual basis, perhaps a good pressure washing treatment of the lots by your parks and fields would be a good idea. It would rid the area of debris, scum and other gunk that seems part of the blacktop.
While each portion of the park will be cleaned separately, and perhaps with a different technique, they altogether make up the beauty of what our parks can be. This is a must-have for recreational departments. So- vote on it at the next council meeting! Or, if you are a contractor, consider looking for contracts with the city.
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