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Damage Photos............

Chris Francis

New member
Wow Ron what kind contractors do you have working in your state some one should take there pressure washer lics away and put under the jail for the crimes they have done.
 

DJ Carroll

New member
Ron couldn't some of those be from soft concrete and not necesarily the company's fault? I did a demo for a library yesterday and the concrete was subbed out by the city (means lowest bid won) and it was not of the greatest quality. I when to pop a few pieces of gum and it was actually imprinted in the concrete!
 

Tony Shelton

Environmental Consultant / Past Director
Ron couldn't some of those be from soft concrete and not necesarily the company's fault? I did a demo for a library yesterday and the concrete was subbed out by the city (means lowest bid won) and it was not of the greatest quality. I when to pop a few pieces of gum and it was actually imprinted in the concrete!
The one I posted is just an idiot with a 0 degree nozzle.

But I've put a picture out showing where two lies of concrete meet and we put streaks in one and not in the other using the same pressure. We couldn't tell the concrete was finished at two different times till daylight. We just kept on cleaning and didn't see the streaks till after we were done.
 

Ron Musgraves

Past President
Ron couldn't some of those be from soft concrete and not necesarily the company's fault? I did a demo for a library yesterday and the concrete was subbed out by the city (means lowest bid won) and it was not of the greatest quality. I when to pop a few pieces of gum and it was actually imprinted in the concrete!

You tested it? you went no further or changed the method not to damage.

If you dont do this an tear a property up you will be held liable.
 

Eric Flynn

New member
Scott showed us those photos on his camera the other night and our jaws dropped!

Seriously, the concrete looks new.....too new to surface clean.

~Jen
 

Tony Creighton

New member
We see it all the time ...most recent is a 36million school .Damage on new sidewalks from a surface cleaner with 0 tips . Then the new tire store ..brick masons had the work they did cleaned with a 0 tip ...no repairing this
 

Ron Musgraves

Past President
I don't know DJ , text me with a link if you ever find I'm not responding. I blog a lot and I don't have these notification on. 760,000 links in 15 years. My phone would blow up


Text me anytime for question 480-522-5227
 
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