Commercial Pressure Washers, Soft Wash, & Surface Cleaners in Nashville
You need a pressure washer. Congratulations! Power Wash Store of Nashville, TN has pressure washers designed for roof cleaning, window cleaning, surface cleaning, graffiti removal, and everything else pressure washers are used for, including for both indoor and outdoor use. Learn more about the best pressure washers for cleaning houses, driveways and decks.
- Parking garages
- Indoor use
- Outdoor use
- House washing
- Roof washing
We have cold water pressure washers to meet all of your cleaning needs. Please call for machine size availability.Learn More
We have hot water pressure washers skids to meet all of your cleaning needs. Please call for size and availability.Learn More
Skids are available with booster pump, air diaphragm pump or 12V pump. These mini skids have a footprint of 40" x 44".Learn More
Clean more thoroughly with the Whisper Wash Classic 19" surface cleaner. The WW-2000-4-38 is a step up from the WW-2000 because it has 4 spray nozzles instead of 2.Learn More
This is a great surface cleaner for both hot and cold water applications. Caster wheels reduce fatigue.Learn More
Clean thoroughly with the Whisper Wash Classic 2 nozzle 19" surface cleaner.Learn More
Clean more evenly with the Whisper Wash Ground Force 24" surface cleaner. Four 4" castors make the machine glide smoothly with little effortLearn More
Get maximum surface coverage with this 36” surface cleaner. It’s equipped with 4 casters making it easy to move in any direction.Learn More
This 48" diameter, dual swivel surface cleaner is made from a heavy duty aircraft grade aluminum for extreme durability.Learn More
One of our contractor’s favorite, this 28” surface cleaner has a deck constructed of aircraft-grade aluminum.Learn More
How to Choose a Pressure Washer
Choose from tons of high-quality industrial and commercial pressure washers and softwash machines to suit your company’s needs. Or buy a more residential-grade machine and just keep your house and driveway clean.
We’re constantly getting in new products and don’t always have time to put them on the site right away. Most of the contract cleaning equipment we sell isn’t on the site. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, give us a call at 1-615-647-7093. We’re always happy to help you make more money for your business.
Pressure Washer Buying Guide
1. Hot Water Pressure Washer v Cold Water Pressure Washer
There’s a good chance you’ll want a hot water pressure washer if you’re doing regular contract cleaning work. Hot water cuts cleaning times and is able to remove grease and oils that even cold water with detergents can’t quite get rid of. Think about a hamburger; the fat doesn’t start dripping off—even if you put soap on it, which we don’t recommend—until the burger is on the grill.
Cold water pressure washers work fine for removing dirt and spraying chemicals. You can use pretty much any commercial-grade pressure washer for dirt. For really stubborn dirt or paint, equipment like rotating brushes and turbo nozzles help to make the job go quicker.
Just washing your car once a week and your house/roof twice a year? Cold water is fine. Cleaning grease/oil stains out of entire parking garages? Hot water is an absolute necessity.
2. Direct Drive Pressure Washer v Belt Drive Pressure Washer
A direct drive pressure washer is probably best for your needs if you’re using it to do housework or if you’re a general-purpose maintenance man who dabbles in a little bit of everything. Direct drive machines are usually cheaper than belt driven models because they have fewer moving parts, cost less to manufacture, and don’t last as long when subjected to the same rigorous uses.
The added engineering and parts on a belt drive pressure washer able to stand up to frequent use over longer periods of time. This type uses belts and cranks to reduce stress on the motor; let the shaft spin at a lower RPM, reducing heat and creating less vibrations
Residential and light maintenance work usually don’t need more than a direct drive pressure washer. For those of you cleaning and spraying all week for your bread and butter, the better bang for your buck is a belt drive pressure washer.
3. Electric Pressure Washer v Gas Pressure Washer
Commercial- and industrial-grade electric pressure washers are great in certain situations. They’re great for indoor cleaning, where the fumes and noise of a gas pressure washer would overwhelm you. But they’re only great when there’s an outlet nearby and if you don’t need the raw power that comes with combustion engines.
Gas pressure washers are great for power and portability. They also require a bit more maintenance throughout the service life.
For outdoor jobs like cleaning parking garages and lots, a hot water belt drive gas pressure washer is probably your best and most cost-effective bet. Use a cold water electric pressure washer if it’s just car washing and gutter cleaning.
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- Huge inventory selection
- ProPortioner system
- Ride-on scrubbers/sweepers
- Water reclaim/vacuum systems
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- Excellent customer service
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Don’t see what you’re looking for on the site? Give us a call at 615.647.7093 and ask about a specific product. Or stop by the shop and get a free pressure washer demonstration so you know how to use the product before even leaving our property.
Pressure Washer Repairs in Nashville, TN
Your pressure washer may not be broken, and you may not need to buy a new or used pressure washer after all. A simple pressure washer repair can save you thousands of dollars. Set up a repair appointment as early as possible to ensure availability and the shortest possible wait.