The Greenworks pressure washer is an entry level pressure water washer that packs lots of value in a small price tag. These are not the hot water power pressure washers that are used for commercial purposes, but a fine, robust, yet very affordable household cleaning machine. This makes it perfect for around the yard and patio cleaning projects or working from job site to job where a smaller pressure washer is all that is needed.
One of the advantages of the Greenworks Pressure Washer is that it is electrically powered. That means that you will not have to worry about issues that are associated with gas power washers such as changing oil, noise, toxic fumes, or running out of gasoline.
Not only does the electric design mean that the Greenworks Pressure Washer is safer to store, but it also allows the device to be smaller. In fact this is a great advantage of the Greenworks Pressure Washer. It has a small profile that is low to the ground, which means it won’t tip over.
Now a question that someone might have is: do electricity and water mix? Normally not, which is why most power washers are gas powered instead of electric. However the Greenworks Pressure Washer takes this into consideration by insulating the electric motor and the power cords. Of course you should never let anything that is electric stand in a pool of water, but the Greenworks Pressure Washer will be okay if it accidently get’s some off spray from the job you are working on.
As far as power is concerned, there are two main models of the Greenworks Pressure Washer. The two most popular models are the 1500 psi and 1700 psi models. This makes it great for a wide variety of uses.
The Greenworks 1500 psi pressure washer is capable of cleaning cement sidewalks, driveways, decks, or even the siding of your house. The Greenworks 1700 psi pressure washer can also be used for these jobs as well, but it does provide a little extra power in case there is stubborn dirt or debris on whatever it is that you happen to be cleaning.
The Greenworks 1500 psi pressure washer, and the Greenworks 1700 psi pressure washer all come with the necessary high pressure hose and spray wand. Should you fancy additional gadgetry or simply want to stock some spares, there is a wide range of pressure washer accessories and pressure washer parts for the product line that can be brought to your home front door.
The wand has brass fittings and can come in a zero degree spray, 25 degrees, and 40 degrees quick connect fittings that allow for easy interchanging while working on a job. The wand itself telescopes which will help you spray hard to reach areas. You will need to provide a garden hose to connect water to the unit, and depending on where you are working you may need an extension cord.
Lastly, the Greenworks pressure washer is more environmentally friendly than a traditional pressure washer. It runs on electricity, which means that it doesn’t burn fuels or use oil. Also the unit only runs when it is being used which is the opposite of an idle gas powered washer that continues running until the motor shuts off. Due to the absence of a gas motor, the Greenworks pressure washer also costs less and sticks to its pledge or Zero Carbo Footprint certification.