Pressure Washing from On the Spot Pressure Washing Services (Up to 55% Off). Six Options Available.


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$275 55% $150
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In a Nutshell

Insured cleaners refresh home exteriors with powerful jets of water, clearing dirt and mold from siding, driveways, and decks

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Appointment required. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed voucher price). Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Valid within 20 miles of zip code 77099. Additional fee of $2 per mile may apply outside of service zone. 24-hour cancellation policy. Valid only for home exteriors. Not valid for apartments or high rises. Not valid for heights exceeding 25 feet. Extra fee for additional square footage may apply. May be repurchased every 30 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose from Six Options

  • $125 for pressure washing for a one-story home, up to 2,300 feet ($275 value)
  • $225 for pressure washing for a one-story home with a four-car driveway or pool deck ($485 value)
  • $165 for pressure washing for a two-story home, up to 3,100 feet ($335 value)
  • $259 for pressure washing for a two-story home with a four-car driveway or pool deck ($545 value)
  • $229 for pressure washing for a four-car driveway, 100-foot sidewalk, porch, and 50-foot concrete walkway ($475 value)
  • $75 for pressure washing for a pool deck ($150 value)

Pressure Washers: Wondrous Waterpower

A wave of a pressure-washer wand can whisk away hard-to-clean grime from outdoor surfaces. Peek inside with Groupon’s look at pressure washers.

Applying pressure of up to thousands of pounds per square inch, the powerful spray from a pressure-washer’s nozzle can gently scrub siding, scour mildew off deck slats, or even strip paint. This vast power stems from three major components.

The motor: The motors of professional pressure washers are usually gas-powered for maximum spray force and mobility, though electric models are available for lighter home uses. Whatever the fuel source, the motor’s purpose is to set the water pump in motion and make a cool purring-lion sound.

The pump: When water enters the pressure-washer body from a hose, it passes through a pump that speeds it along into the nozzle. In lower-powered models, this may be an axial pump—akin to a propeller in a tube. Most professional models, however, use piston or plunger pumps with multiple cylinders for increased power. Some pressure-washers can also inject a detergent into the water in the pump to boost its cleansing ability. And systems designed to emit hot water are even more effective.

The wand: Since a garden hose can only supply water so fast, there’s an upper limit on how much a pump alone can increase water pressure. A big part of the pressure boost comes from the rather dainty-looking handheld wand, which constricts water much further than the hose. This constriction forces the water to accelerate, so it emerges from the nozzle at speeds of up to 100 miles per hour. Different nozzle attachments can also change the spray’s shape and size: some focus it into a drill-like spray, while others fan it out to cover large surface areas quickly. Brush attachments may be used for tasks such as cleaning outdoor furniture or turning a chair you left outside all year back into indoor furniture.

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