In November, Peter Zegler of Hamptons Power Wash joined with approximately 150 elite members of the professional power washing industry in Charlotte, NC, for the 23rd Power Washers of North America (PWNA) National Convention. He brings back this expertise to the East End of Long Island.
?In an industry where far too many power washers work without proper training, Peter?s commitment to providing the highest quality professional services is evident by his participation in this year?s national convention,? said PWNA President John Nearon.
The PWNA National Convention featured several PWNA certification classes, as well as educational courses on how to properly clean, use chemicals, and successfully manage and grow a professional power washing business. Many of the industry?s?leading manufacturers, suppliers, and distributors were also in attendance, allowing attendees to learn about the latest in industry technology and practices.
Founded in 1992, the Power Washers of North America is a non-profit organization and the recognized leader in developing and communicating the highest standards in ethical business practices, environmental awareness, and safety through continuing education and active representation of the membership. PWNA educated and trained contractors raise the level of professionalism and value to their customers.