Georgia Water Shortage Information

The Real Georgia Law for Commercial Pressure Washing Companies.

At various times, there are watering restrictions in Georgia. When this is imposed, the director of the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) will prohibit most types of outdoor residential water use. You can rest assured that you are always in good standing with the law when we do your work. A Plus Power Cleaning is legally able to work during most restrictions, as we are a commercial licensed pressure washing company.

The law states that power washing for commercial use is exempt from watering restrictions in the State of Georgia.

We would also like our customers to know that we have contacted each county and obtained a copy of their individual law. They basically say the same thing, except the wording is a little different. Here is an example of a few counties information:

  • The City of Atlanta (Fulton County) says that commercial pressure washing companies
    can work as long as they are certified or licensed.
  • Dekalb County says licensed companies who depend on water for their livelihood can work. This includes car washes, landscaping companies, pressure washing companies, etc.
  • Cobb County says that licensed pressure washing companies can wash homes and walls.
    They can prep for paint or stain on a wood deck. They also can pressure wash driveways and sidewalks if they have any mold, mildew, grease, or dust abaitment.

We check changes to the law on a daily basis and will update this site to provide our customers with the current law.
The fact remains that you will not be fined for hiring “A Plus Power Cleaning” to work at your home or business.
We are part of the pressure washing industry. You can learn more by going to then click on “R.F.W. Chapter” on the right of the page, then click on “Georgia” on the left of the page.

We can work all over Georgia and are happy to answer any questions you may have.
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