Jason you need to tell us the kind of jobs you will tackle. Will it be a part time thing for you? Your experience if any. Things like that will help us to better answer your question. Also your budget.
Jason, welcome to one of the best forums out there. Mark should be able to provide you with everything you need to start. A little words of advise, if you do not have much experience in doing pressure washing, it might be to your advantage to get some on the job training with an experience pressure washing tech. It is real easy to get yourself into alot of trouble real fast in this field and if you do not have enough insurance to protect yourself, you could loose everything you own. Play it safe, get whatever training you need to feel comfortable before you start. I am sure you will thank me later for this advise. So good luck and I wish you the best. Hugh
well i have some exp. i worked a bit with a guy back home that had a business. him and i didnt see eye to eye on how he treated his customers so i parted ways. i can buy what i need but not to a crazy extent. i dont want to get into very large jobs right away but if need be i will. i would like to know what i need to get started to do basic jobs, sidewalks, driveways, decks and things of that nature. thanks for all ur help