Pressure Washing Sample Clauses

Pressure Washing. A. The Contractor shall submit a plan for approval to the County’s Representative that identifies the maximum water pressure to be used during the pressure washing process. The recommended pressures shall completely account for the specific construction materials and techniques present in each building.
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Pressure Washing. ● All streets shall be pressure washed twice per year (2 times per year). This shall occur once in early July and once in early December. This shall include removing gum, soda spillage, trash can debris and other blemishes not removed in the sidewalk cleaning described above ● All HBA trash cans and containers shall be pressure washed and sanitized twice annually ● Two additional hours per month shall be available for special projects at the direction of the HBA (24 hours annually) All Service Areas ● Contractor’s staff shall at all times wear HBA identified clothing as directed by HBA. HBA shall be responsible for paying for clothing. Gardening and watering Zone 1 & 2: ● The pocket gardens located on University Ave. between Tenth Ave. and Normal Street, all trees (under 15 feet), flower baskets and all sidewalk planters shall be watered on a weekly basis. ● Weekly tree (under 15 feet) maintenance trimming will take place and include all dead plant material removal, and maintaining a tree canopy of 8' at sidewalks and 10' at streets so as to comply with City of San Diego Code. ● This frequency shall be increased as needed during the months of July, August, and September based upon hot weather and adjusted down during winter months based upon rainfall. ● All tree xxxxx shall be free of weeds and debris and fertilized quarterly. ● Detail pruning, so as to remove tree mass and cultivate growth, shall take place twice per year during the months of March and September (2 times per year). ● Contractor shall identify on a map the location of all trees under 15’ that will be included for special tree trimming. ● Special tree trimming will occur on a weekly basis on the trees identified on the map and will include removal of all dead plant material removal, pruning so as to encourage tree growth and development of a tree canopy. ● The pocket gardens located on University Ave. between Tenth Ave. and Normal Street, all trees under 15 feet included on the map noted above, flower baskets and all sidewalk planters shall be watered on a weekly basis. On a weekly basis in all areas as outlined below, provide the following services: ● Notify client of any hazards including large trash dumping, trip hazards, abandoned bicycles, and abandoned shopping carts. All sidewalk safety hazards which are observed in the implementation of this agreement (including damaged meter boxes and street vaults), shall be barricaded immediately and then, immediately following barricading, repor...
Pressure Washing. Any employee operating a pressure washer shall receive an hourly premium of twenty- five cents ($0.25) per hour.
Pressure Washing. Pressure washing will generally consist of cleaning exterior building surfaces, outdoor cafeteria tables, concrete walkways, sidewalks, stairs, and playground equipment. This will consist of washing with an appropriate cleaning solution for each surface and clear water rinsing using pressure-washing equipment.
Pressure Washing. (1) Use Low Pressure Water Cleaning (LP WC) as defined in SSPC-SP 12 to thoroughly clean all designated surfaces. This involves the use of pressures less than 5,000 psi. Use steam cleaning in lieu of water washing only upon approval of the Engineer. Provide product data and MSD sheets for Engineer review and approval for any proposed additives that will be used to remove grease, dirt, mildew or other surface matter.
Pressure Washing. The Port of Nome does not allow pressure washing. Users who wish to remove marine growth from their vessel’s hull must utilize alternative methods, such as manual removal by scraping. Ground covers must be used to collect debris and then shoveled into containers for proper disposal, which the vessel owner provides.
Pressure Washing. When the pressure washing schedule is positively communicated to Lessee in advance, Lessor is NOT responsible for damage to Lessee’s portable personal property due to normal pressure washing operations.
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