Slow and steady

Easily the most common mistake made by novice sweepers is thinking that moving faster is equal to effective sweeping. This couldn’t be further from the truth. The fact of the matter is that you will be more efficient and therein more effective when you sweep at the recommended sweeping speed and when necessary slower. Doing so allows the machine to work it’s magic and reduces the number of re-passes that have to be made. Becoming proficient at these practices allows a sweeper to cover more ground and finish in a timely manner.

When it comes to our sweeping practices , slow and steady means we deliver optimal results while meeting project deadline requirements in the safest manner.

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