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An optional study Updated January 2016.


The ‘pressure’ of pressure washing.


Pressure washer water can be cold or hot. Some pressure washers either have or are connected to a heat source for hot water washing.


Many chemicals are effective but also environmentally toxic.Surfactants help ‘loosen’ the bonds between liquids or between liquids and solids.Surfactants may act as detergents, emulsifiers, and dispersants.

Pressure Power almost exclusively uses cold water agitation. It took me three years to decide this was the direction for this business to take. Hot water machines and accessories are expensive (thousands more) and many models require an electrical outlet. Heat cuts the grease and oil but surprisingly I’ve encountered very little in 9 years of business. Down the road I may get there. –Here’s an update. I’m there! I bought a brand NEW HOT WATER pressure washer (December 2015) and it rocks! It’s also heavy. So far I’ve only used it for front yard surfaces and I hook it up directly from my trailer. It’s NOT a model requiring an electrical outlet so it is truly a ‘stand alone’ unit. I’m looking forward to expanding services to provide professional clean-up of oil and grease.

I use eco-friendly chemicals on fewer than 5% of my jobs. Our storm drains go directly to our streams where those elusive steelhead and salmon are trying to ignore my bait. There are ‘environmentally friendly’ chemicals that I occasionally use. I liken it to a banana peel. It is fully biodegradable. When you toss a banana peel on the ground you can say, ‘it won’t hurt anything. It’s biodegradable.’ Yes, but in the mean time it’s garbage. Even environmentally friendly chemicals have their impact. I’ve done several side-by-side pressure washing jobs to compare the results between chemicals and no chemicals. I am not convinced that the difference – if discernable – is worth the environmental cost.

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My advice:

Don’t Let Leaves (or Needles) Rest On Your Surfaces.

Do whatever you can –I recommend using a blower cuz it is so much easier and faster — to immediately remove leaves and any debris. Leaves and such, especially when wet, can quickly leave very stubborn stains.

Imediately Rinse Away Residual Potting Soil After Planting Your Spring Flowers. Also Rinse Your Surfaces After Fertilizing The Lawn.

Fertilizer pellets and potting soil will leave iron stains if allowed to sit and/or dissolve on your surfaces. I see iron ‘droplet’ stains on surfaces all the time from pellets that strayed from the spreader past the lawn.

Aggressively Rinse Your Surfaces About Every 3-4 Weeks.

The concept is to disrupt the thriving environment those bio-critters typically enjoy here in the pacificnorthwest. Liken it to a spider web. While the web is up the spider can eat. If you simply pluck two corners of the web spider has to start all over making a new web before he gets another meal. A STRONG rinse –I mean faucet fully on with your strongest nozzle and spend maybe 20 minutes (I know, an eternity) — will disrupt the thriving environment, will rinse away lots of debris, grit, sand, crud, stuff, will be like plucking the corners of the spiders’ web.

If You Must, Go Chemical.

Don’t try to kill a fly with a cannon. That’s overkill. It’s like the diminishing return where there’s more damage than the improvement was worth. I recommend a very weak bleach solution sprayed from a garden sprayer over your surfaces. The idea is just to make the environment mildly toxic to those bio-critters. (I had a recent customer recommend a weak vinegar solution but I don’t know how well it works yet. Now that’s eco-friendliness!)


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. Ours 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! So,…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 the nasty bio-critters. Be diligent and you may only need pressure washing every other year. Not good for my business but a smart effort on your part.


What Our customers Say

Pressure Power scheduled an appointment, walked the property, provided a bid/quote and completed a power wash to my driveway, sidewalk and patio area all in the same day.
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Their attention to detail was exceptional and very professional and they had the appropriate equipment that allowed them to complete his work and many extras services that no other power washer ever provided. Pressure Power also provided many suggestions to keep the property as moss free as possible. You can tell by the job that they perform how much pride Pressure Power takes in doing an excellent job. Their service had so much “curb appeal” that other neighbors are interested in his service and contact info. Pressure Power’s prices are very fair and they measure the areas so that he is not guessing and in the past other power wash companies have “guessed” but Pressure Power’s quote was fair and cost effective. He is a true professional and we will use his services again next year. I highly recommend Pressure Power Services.

Angie’s , Yvette Baker, Beaverton

Last week I had Pressure Power pressure wash my driveway and back yard stamped concrete areas as a Father’s Day surprise. My very persnickety husband was so pleased with the results. Pressure Power showed up on time and did the job efficiently and with a smile, and in half the amount of time it would have taken without professional equipment. What a rare pleasure it is to find a contractor like that! Worth every penny. I feel lucky to have discovered them.

Jacquie Heydenrych

Beaverton & Portland’s BEST Pressure Washing Company

Pressure Power in Beaverton & Hillsboro provides the BEST value in pressure washing.  We have special rates for entryway, patio, sport court or pool areas. Pressure Power proudly service the Beaverton, Tigard, Hillsboro areas.

You can’t beat power washing to make your place SHINE or to make it safer with any other pressure washing company in the area. It’s hard to find anyone to come to your place for any service and provide the pressure washing results our team does. Pressure Power in Beaverton will provide results and won’t require additional services or hit you with a ‘set-up’ fee.

I’m Dylan Andrist, the owner of Pressure Power. With 11 years experience, the right tools, two of everything, and a passion for pressure washing, Pressure Power gets it right the first time. If you are not satisfied, I’ll make it right.

I stand by my work because I love what I do.
Dylan Andrist/Owner

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