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Old 08-25-2013, 09:15 AM
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I would go with a softwash setup for residential.

Pressure washers have their place.
That's why there's a pressure regulator on the pump. You don't have to blast everything at max psi.

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I'm working on when doing some hardscapes washing do the tricks or not?
No.

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I've heard the pump on the premium one is not that good for commercial use.
IDK, haven't had any problems. It is a triplex, so there shouldn't be any issues. The pump is rebuildable, though. And, JD pressure washers are made by Mi-T-M, which are some of the best in the business.

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What's the height of the one you own?
Not exactly sure as it's being stored elsewhere, but, no more than ~2ft.
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