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I’ll Pressure Wash Your Hardscape Surfaces

Keep your patios, driveways, and other hardscapes from becoming eyesores wrapped in dirt and grime.

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Pressure Washing Done Right

Pressure Power is laser-focused on providing affordable and professional residential hardscape pressure washing. From concrete, asphalt, and brick to pavers, aggregate, and wood/tech-wood, your surfaces are in good hands. Though 90% of our work is hardscapes we have started adding  soft wash exterior cleaning  to our services and one story walkable roofs.  Ask us about our specials!

Pressure Power will clean your

  • Driveway

  • Sidewalk/Curb
  • Entryway
  • Pathway

  • Patio

  • Deck
  • RV Pad
  • Soft washing 

  • Sport Court

  • Pool Area
  • Retaining Wall
  • Exterior siding cleaning 

Pressure Power is your go-to professional for affordable residential pressure washing. There are no minimum fees and setup fees. Estimates and consultations about your projects are free and without obligation. Call me any time until 10:00 PM!

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Four Tips for Cleaner Surfaces

Here are four tips to delay the return of moss, algae, lichen, mold, and mildew that make your surfaces look dark, dull, and cruddy.

TIP #1


As often as they accumulate, use a leaf blower to remove leaves, twigs, needles, and debris from any hardscape surface. If not removed, they will leave stubborn stains, especially when wet.

TIP #2


Immediately rinse off residual potting soil, fertilizer, bark dust, or mulch. These are all food for things that want to grow. If they sit for long, they’ll generate dull stains. Fertilizer pellets in particular will leave stubborn orange iron stains if they melt on your path, patio, or sidewalk.

TIP #3


An aggressive rinse with your sharpest and strongest stream of water can set bio critters back to square one. Over time (4-8 weeks), surfaces accumulate grit, crud, and debris. It’s an inviting territory. If conditions are right, algae move right in and invites his friends.

An aggressive rinse is like plucking a spider web. If the spider web is up, spiders then get a meal. Pluck the corners to remove the web. Spiders are still alive but have to start over to get a meal. Yep, it’s slow and boring but effective a delaying tipping-point conditions where algae and moss thrive.

TIP #4


Don’t kill a fly with a cannon. Going overkill causes more damage than the worthy improvement. Mix a weak bleach solution (4-6T/gallon) in a pump sprayer. Spray over your surfaces evenly. Even a mildly toxic pH will discourage bio-critters from making their home on your surfaces.

The idea behind all these tips is to delay or prevent a friendly environment for all bio-critters. When conditions hit a tipping-point, moss and algae will thrive and turn things green in just a couple days. 


We live in the pacific northwest. We love it! So do those critters. Your place may have wet, damp, shady, moist, slow draining, slow drying, litter-covered, needle-riven nooks and crannies in spades. Mines is a frequently wet and damp environment. So, moss will return. Algae will grow. Mildew will grow. Lichen will grow. Our kids will grow.

Things like to grow in our environment! Let’s live together in a type of detente. Use the tactics mentioned above. They’re cheap or free and easy to do. They will delay but not deny the return of nasty bio-critters. Be diligent and you may need pressure washing less often. It’s not good for my business, but it’s a smart effort on your part.

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