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Outdoor Essentials
05-28-2008, 10:59 PM
I'm considering purchasing a new pressure washer. I saw a Landa yesterday and really liked it. Does anyone have any experience with this brand and what are your thoughts. Thanks.

Cheers,

Brian :canadaflag:

S DIAMOND
05-29-2008, 02:18 PM
Which model were you looking at? I work on these units, (as well as others) and thus so far, have been very durable.

Outdoor Essentials
05-29-2008, 02:43 PM
I'm looking at the PG Models, a PG4-35324 or a PG5-35324E. I welcome your opinion.

Cheers,

Brian :canadaflag:

S DIAMOND
05-29-2008, 02:58 PM
Both are good choices. Its basically up to how much you want to spend and how many GPM's you need.

The pumps are backed by a seven year warranty and Both the HONDA and VANGUARD engines are great. I see you like the HONDA. You should be fine with either choice.

FCPWLLC
05-29-2008, 05:26 PM
My first machine was a Landa and I liked it. Paid $9000 for it. But, now having used others, for the money, you can have 2 of these and I feel they are just as good as that Landa I had.

http://www.pressuretek.com/zxzxzxzx.html

This is the unit I currently have and is the same specs as the Landa I had.

For the $$$, these are great machines and Bob at Pressure Tek will take good care of you.

Outdoor Essentials
05-29-2008, 06:04 PM
Michael,

Bob sells great equipment at reasonable prices and his reputation is second to none. I am hesitant to buy it from Bob only because of the cost of having it shipped to Canada and then trying to find someone local to service it afterwards.

Cheers,

Brian :canadaflag:

DAFFMOBILEWASH
05-30-2008, 12:26 AM
Brian do you service your own units??? Landa makes some quality units but the cost is crazzy!!! Plus these Landa units are terrible to work on. They leave no room and the layout of the older ones was a nuckle breaker. A few years ago I bought a larger Hot water unit and wore it out in a matter of 1.5years. For the 10-12 k price tag look around and get a unit custom built. 2-3k for a high quality diesel 1-5 k for the parts and labour. For hot water 3-4GPM is perfect expecially with diesel at 1.42/litre. (YES $5.40/Gal)

Good Luck

DAFF

Outdoor Essentials
05-30-2008, 03:06 PM
Daff,

Nice to see a fellow Canadian on the board. I do not service my own units. This is why I am trying to buy one locally, but, the choices are limited in Barrie, I may have to travel to Toronto. I currently run a cold water unit, do you think that it would be advantageous for me to purchase a hot unit? If so do you know of a good supplier in the Toronto or Barrie area? Thanks.

Cheers,

Brian :canadaflag::drinkup:

FCPWLLC
05-30-2008, 03:39 PM
Most shops will work on ANY machine you bring in. This is what is great about the pressure pro units... They all use off the shelf parts. Honda engine, general puump etc. Easy to find parts for and easy to replace yourself if need be.

Don't know about that Canada shipping thing though. Have yo called Bob about it? He may have a suggestion.

Outdoor Essentials
05-30-2008, 03:54 PM
I have not called Bob yet, may try later today. Thanks for the information.

Cheers,

Brian :canadaflag::drinkup:

Barry M
06-01-2008, 12:34 PM
Landas are good units but you are mostly paying for the name. Call Bob!

DAFFMOBILEWASH
06-02-2008, 12:38 AM
Are the hot water units a must??? Depends on the scale of your operation and your clients. For any jobs which are heavy nasty grease then yes 110%. For the house washing / non greasy stuff, not as important. For us we use the hot water 1-2 times a week. Some weeks we dont use any!! Its like having a 4x4 truck. You don't need it untill you are stuck!!! LOL

If you can't find a unit or have questions contact me. Google "DAFF"