In the Spring semester of his freshman year of college (2014), Wesley Bloeme received a phone call from one of his good friends, Ryan Francis who was also away at college. As they were discussing their plans for the Summer, the idea of creating something that they could do together came up. Something that would complement their other Summertime jobs and allow them to save up some extra cash while back home in Atlanta.
Bloeme suggested that they start pressure washing together. Neither one of them had a pressure washing machine or the money to purchase one of their own. They were able to borrow a small gas-powered machine from a family member and started calling themselves “College Student Pressure Washing (CSPW).” After the first couple of week working together, they were able to save up enough money to collectively purchase a used semi-commercial grade machine. Doing so would allow them to work significantly more efficiently.