Professional Power Wash Boot Camp
This course is a combination of extensive hands-on training as well as significant classroom discussion and teaching. After completing this intense five-day school, students will understand and be able to implement a wide variety of the different services offered by mobile power washing contractors. Students will also gain the knowledge and techniques required to manage a growing mobile power washing business. In addition to hands on training for specific mobile wash services, industry experts will share marketing strategies, business planning tips, sales techniques, job pricing strategies, record keeping practices, and equipment selection advice.
Awning cleaning/rust removal taught by Wayne Shockey
Learn about all these specialized add-on services. Learn how to perform each service, along with how to price and maximize your profits for specialized cleanings.
Residential house washing/roof cleaning taught by Tyler Rogahn
This portion of the course covers an introduction to the lucrative market of residential cleaning. It includes both house washing and roof cleaning. Learn how to safely and effectively approach cleaning residential properties. Includes soft washing with a dedicated system as well as with a pressure washer.
Flat work taught by Austin Williams
Learn how to power wash sidewalks, dock areas, dumpster pads and drive-thrus. Discover what methods and chemicals work best on different types of surfaces and stains.
Wood Restoration, Repair and Maintenance taught by Everett Abrams "The Wizard of Wood"
Learn about wood types, cleaning, stripping, brightening, sealing, staining, and types of sealers and stains. You will also learn best practices, systems, equipment and other related services.
Marketing and growth strategies taught by John Collins
Participate in an in-depth discussion about developing a solid business plan and marketing strategy to achieve your desired success.
Maintenance and repair taught by Michael Hinderliter
Gain a basic over view on troubleshooting, as well as maintenance and repair of both cold water and hot water power washers.
Environmental Best Practices taught by Robert Hinderliter
Understand best practices for the proper disposal of wastewater generated by mobile business operations and other related activities.
2313 Cold Springs Rd
Fort Worth, TX 76106
Transportation to job sites will be provided.