Whether you just started your own pressure washing business or have run your own company for a while, you may be wondering how you can expand. If you’ve found yourself taking only one or two types of jobs consistently, it may be time to see what else your business has to offer. Depending on what type of climate you live in, some of your services may be exclusive to one season, which limits what your company can do. When you utilize all the features your pressure washing equipment offers, you will no longer be restricted to one type of service or one season. At Aztec Financial, we can help your business reach its full potential. From finding new uses for your pressure washing equipment to helping you find the right pressure washer financing, we make expanding your pressure washing business easier than ever.

Step One: Evaluating Your Pressure Washing Equipment

 A great first step in expanding your business is evaluating the equipment you already have and how it can be used in different ways. You may not have thought about using your existing equipment for different projects, but these machines are more versatile than they seem. If you don’t have every piece of equipment, no need to worry. Aztec Financial can help you find the perfect equipment financing option and help you expand into a different area of your business easily. So, what different services can your pressure washing equipment provide?

Utilizing different uses for pressure washing equipment.

Pressure Washer

The core machine to any pressure washing business, the pressure washer is a versatile piece of equipment. These are broken down into two groups: cold water and hot water. Coldwater pressure washers can be used for lighter cleaning jobs, such as washing the exterior of a home or a deck. On the other hand, hot water pressure washers are perfect for heavy-duty jobs such as removing grease. When your business has both types of pressure washers, it can open up new opportunities on the type of services you offer.


Although nozzles may seem like a small part of the pressure washer, it actually can make all the difference. If you use the wrong nozzle, you could peel paint off a house or damage a wood deck. To provide the most effective service, you should have a variety of nozzles. This is an important aspect of expanding your pressure washing business since it will give you the ability to provide more services. The most commonly used nozzles include: 

  • 0° Red Nozzle: The most powerful of the nozzles, this provides a pin-point blast that can be dangerous and is meant for tough stains such as oil, grease, and mud.
  • 15° Yellow Nozzle: Another powerful nozzle, this provides a slightly wider spray. However, it is still dangerous and also meant for the toughest stains. 
  • 25° Green Nozzle: This is one of the most commonly used nozzles, as it widens the spray to cover more area. The green nozzle is safe to use around the home and works well on common stains. 
  • 40° White Nozzle; Another commonly used, less powerful nozzle, this provides the right amount of pressure for more delicate surfaces such as cars and floors.
  • 65° Black Nozzle; The least powerful, the 65° nozzle covers the most area and is used most often to remove dust. 
  • Soap Applicator Nozzle: As the name suggests, this nozzle is designed to apply detergent directly to the item you are cleaning. 
  • Rotating Nozzle: This nozzle is optimal for cleaning roofs, patios, and tile as it distributes water from more than one point and rotates while it does this.

If you don’t have all of the nozzles in your arsenal, it will be necessary to expand your collection if you wish to expand your business.


Last but not least, a jetter can easily help you expand your business. These can be used to clean pipes and other tight areas as they are more lightweight and slippery hose. Jetters are used by professional plumbers and other companies that clean inside of pipes and other tight areas. These are strong, robust machines and often have a larger footprint than smaller pressure washers. While pressure washers can be used for similar tasks as jetters, they aren’t as effective since they weren’t designed to perform the same tasks. A jetter can save your pressure washers from unnecessary wear and tear, while also providing a better outcome for your clients.

Step Two: Use Seasonality to Your Advantage When Expanding Your Pressure Washing Business

Seasonality may appear as a disadvantage to expanding your business, but it is actually the opposite. You can use your pressure washing equipment year-round with the right tools and training. If you live somewhere that experiences all four seasons, it’s important to use that to your advantage instead of letting it hold you back. So, what services can you offer when the seasons change?

Pressure washing during the spring.

Spring and Summer

Thanks to the sunny days, spring and summer are the best seasons for pressure washing. If you can stand to work in the heat, you basically have limitless possibilities. Services that are most popular these times of year include: 

  • Home and building exteriors
  • Driveways and sidewalks
  • Brick and concrete
  • Pools and decks
  • Boats and other recreational vehicles

Fall and Winter

As the weather cools down, it may seem like there isn’t much pressure washing to do. However, that is not the case. You can simply expand your services to include cold-weather offerings. These can include: 

  • Ice removal
  • Parking garages
  • Warehouses

When you expand your skills and no longer let the seasons dictate your availability, expanding your pressure washing business is easier than ever.

Step Three: Find the Right Pressure Washer Financing with Aztec Financial

If you’re ready to expand, upgrade, or replace any of your pressure washing equipment to expand your business, the experts at Aztec Financial are here to help. With a simple process and financing options designed to work for you, we have something for everyone. Let us help you expand your business and take the next steps towards success.

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