Title: Georgia Water Restrictions - Update on GA Water Ban
Everyone should stay updated on the most recent watering restrictions for their City or County within the state of Georgia. Much of the Northern portion of the State of Georgia is now at a Level 4 Drought, which means All Outdoor Watering is Banned. However, most people do not realize is that they can still have their home/business pressure washed if it is done by a professional pressure washing company. In some cities the washing of hard surfaces is banned, such as driveways, walkways, or sidewalks; but to have your home or business pressure washed is still allowed in most places. Since updates are available online, I am going to provide you with a list of helpful links so you can stay updated and aware of the water restrictions where you live.
If people are not aware it will create a dominoe effect on our whole economy and impact it in a negative way. Many landscapers are out of business and have been laying off workers that is has caused the food closets to be strained already. Many of the small business owners that use water in their daily business are hurting. This includes not only the Landscapers, but also the Pressure Washing businesses, car washes, and any other business that use water in their daily business. This means they will be spending less money, facing bills they may not be able to pay, possibly facing foreclosures, making the already high foreclosure rate go up, and more.
Let's all help keep the businesses in business!
by the way, did you know that Pressure Washing uses about 80% less water than a garden hose?
Links to many local City & County Restriction updates, can be found on http://www.powerwashofatlanta.com
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