A major focus for most industries that are currently active in society is to find ways to go about their endeavors in a manner that is a bit more sustainable than previously used to be the case.As far as the construction industry is concerned, this usually involves moving away from concrete and brick and instead preferring wood as the construction material of choice. A big part of the reason why that is the case has to do with the fact that wood can be used sustainably since you can just grow another tree in some way, shape or form, thereby allowing the industry to operate without putting too much of a strain on the planet.
It’s become quite common to see wooden dwellings, and their resurgence after a long period of falling out of favor is definitely a step in the right direction if you think about it. However, suffice it to say that having a wooden surface will force you to think about pressure washing quite differently, since you can’t use the same nozzle or tip that you would for glass, metal, or even stone.
Based on our experience, the best tip to use if you are pressure washing a wooden structure is the forty degree one. It will spread the spray out and prevent it from turning into a sharp jet that might slice clean through the wood. You would be amazed at just how powerful these jets can be, and they can wreak all kinds of havoc if you do not filter them through the correct nozzle. The forty degree nozzle helps by providing a wider surface area for the water.