William was simply demonstrating a rinse in that clip. The reporter was pretty amazed at how quickly it was accomplished and also mentioned to William that it wasn't as much water as he expected.
We are very excited to have news coverage of the upcoming meeting in Raleigh on March 1st. Hopefully we will have a great showing of contractors affected by the water concerns as well as the media coverage that for the most part has been the complete opposite of the clip that WRAL showed.
That is exactly how we clean vinyl siding also. No high pressure is needed on Vinyl. Only chems and high flow for rinsing. Good chems will allow that home to be washed in about 45 min to an hour with no damaging pressure.
DJ - I'm Not taking a THING away from Michael ( I just know he's getting ready to leave town ) Roger is stuck at home the rest of the week and he's probably cleaned over 1M sq ft of brick - mostly new construction - if you want to catch him while he's a prisoner of the germs running rampant in our house
At one time we thought our flood drainage system was needed,leveled land for better drainage,dug new ditches and clean all the old one out.We now have a flood plan thats drying up the land b/c the water runs off so fast it hasn't time to soak in.
Now alot of area's are building suckpumps to pipe flood waters across land that needs more water,as my state is doing now.Thats fine and dandy for some of us up stream but what about the poeple drown stream.Alot things depend on flood waters off rivers,ponds,oxbow lakes and swamp land.With our new plans to catch flood waters off river this too will one day be out dated to where war for water will begain.