Sussex County Roof Cleaning

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About Sussex County Roof Cleaning

  • Birthday 10/13/1968

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  • Website URL http://www.newtonpainter.com/‎
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  • Gender Male
  • Location Newton,N.J. 07860
  • Interests Roof Cleaning

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  1. Sussex County Roof Cleaning added a post in a topic: What type of roof is this?   

    Now I thought the whole cleaning of slate thIng was resolved years ago regarding surfactants? No surfactant cause it messes with the oils in the slate.  
  2. Sussex County Roof Cleaning added a post in a topic: Need someone to design your website? Here is who to call!   

    No my site is fairly new. Still working out the kinks. I don't understand how your seo is gonna work, but frankly I don't understand how any of this crap works.
  3. Sussex County Roof Cleaning added a post in a topic: Need someone to design your website? Here is who to call!   

    Nice site. Im curious what you paid and what is the monthly fee for seo. My SEO is $400 a month
  4. Sussex County Roof Cleaning added a post in a topic: Herculiner bed coating   

    Being a painter for 25 yrs I gotta call BS on the "sparks" theory. Ive sprayed,brushed,and rolled some nasty products in my day without any sparks. 
  5. Sussex County Roof Cleaning added a post in a topic: Roof cleaning with vacuum   

    Your gonna use an upright vacuum to vacuum your ceiling? Now that id love to see
  6. Sussex County Roof Cleaning added a post in a topic: How To Remove Shingles On A Roof   

    What is the point of posting this on a roof cleaners forum?
  7. Sussex County Roof Cleaning added a post in a topic: Proportioners - Do They Work Reliably?   

    Can and would love to bring water. I cant right know my trailer cant handle anymore weight. It wears the tires bigtime in less then a year. It was supposed to handle 2500lbs but cant. I have my eyes open for a new used one. 
  8. Sussex County Roof Cleaning added a post in a topic: Proportioners - Do They Work Reliably?   

    Waiting on the water is my biggest time waster. Primarily all wells around here. Having to make a new batch wastes at least 20-30 min. 
  9. Sussex County Roof Cleaning added a post in a topic: Proportioners - Do They Work Reliably?   

    Never mind
     
  10. Sussex County Roof Cleaning added a post in a topic: Proportioners - Do They Work Reliably?   

    Ok you guys have peaked my interest. Anybody got a vid detailing install and details?
     
     
  11. Sussex County Roof Cleaning added a post in a topic: RINSING   

    I think your missing my point, but whatever.
  12. Sussex County Roof Cleaning added a post in a topic: RINSING   

    We all know what a PW can do,and so do most HO. They all have their little machine they've played around with on the weekends and most times they've torn something up. They no the damage that can occur. People are thrilled and curious when I tell them "we use non-pressure methods" to clean their roofs,siding,decks,pool surrounds,brick pavers,hardscaping. Its science vs brute force. Its a strong selling point.
    Of course we as professionals know how to use a Pw safely, but after pitching the non-pressure methods Im not bringing out the PW to water plants. Thats not to say a Pw isnt needed for some things.
  13. Sussex County Roof Cleaning added a post in a topic: RCIA'er in a bind. Straight SH on vinyl!!   

    I'm wondering how the landscape is doing. I'm sure its suffering
  14. Sussex County Roof Cleaning added a post in a topic: RINSING   

    I personally would never even bring a powerwasher on site of a roof cleaning, not even for watering bushes. They call us because we clean with no-pressure. They dont want to even see a PW.
    A garden hose is really all thats needed. A booster pump will definately help
  15. Sussex County Roof Cleaning added a post in a topic: Black Brick!   

    How do you like the f9 ? And have you compared it to oxcillac acid?