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Pressure washing service started

New business handles buildings and vehicles.

By Richard Hanners

Blue Mountain Eagle

Published on May 15, 2018 3:38PM

Wayne Saul has started a new mobile pressure washing service in Grant County.

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Wayne Saul has started a new mobile pressure washing service in Grant County.

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Residents and business owners in Grant County with a heavy-duty cleaning project now have a service to turn to.

Wayne Saul of Mt. Vernon, who grew up in Grant County, has started a mobile pressure-washing business this year called Saul’s Pressure Washing.

Mounted on a trailer that can be pulled to a site, his equipment offers hot or cold pressure washing, steam-cleaning and surface cleaners for concrete surfaces.

“We can clean gutters, decks and patios, and provide painting preparation and house washing — and more,” he said.

Saul said he drove to Salt Lake City to get the trailer with all the equipment ready to go, including a diesel-fired water heater and a gasoline powered water pump that keeps his operation totally self-sufficient.

Saul also will clean vehicles and heavy equipment used for construction or logging. This includes cleaning firefighting vehicles to prevent the spread of noxious weed seeds, he said. The trailer is set up with two washing hoses so two people can work at one time to speed up jobs at a wildfire incident.

“I’ve been keeping pretty busy so far,” he said.

For more information on Saul’s Pressure Washing, call 541-620-2282.



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