How Much Does Pressure Washing Cost in Vancouver?

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Power washing is a fast, effective service to clean exterior surfaces. It will eliminate stains, organic debris and mold from vinyl, brick, wood and even roof shingles.

Whether it’s your home or business, power washing can immediately improve the appearance of your building.

Power washing is an inexpensive process to give a house a facelift, without remodeling. But a lot of homeowners will never schedule these services because they believe they are too expensive or not worth the price.

Let’s look at the average cost of professional power washing so you aren’t one of those homeowners who doesn’t see the value of this service.


A pressure washing company in Vancouver is going to charge you by the hour or depending on the size of the job. Sometimes, a local company might provide flat rates for most of their jobs. This simplifies their pricing, but it is not the standard.

Typical rates of pressure washing vary a little across the country, but they should be fairly similar throughout Vancouver.

This cleaning method works really well on most household exteriors, so we’ll cover the average price of pressure washing by the type of surface to be cleaned.


The cost for homes and small offices or storefronts is between $0.40 and $0.75 per square foot of surface area, with the mean cost being $0.40 per square foot. This puts the average price near $225 for a small home, although this price can easily be doubled depending on the size of your home.


Wood is much softer than vinyl, brick and most other building materials, so you need to be very careful not to be rough on it. This is a case where hiring a professional for deck cleaning or for patio cleaning is much less risky than attempting to do the project yourself. Prepare to pay between $150 and $250 for most wood decks and patios in Vancouver.


Did you know your home’s roof can be pressure washed? Like with wood, it requires special knowledge and training to protect fragile roof shingles – although other roofing materials, like tin, are able to withstand high pressure washing techniques. The Vancouver power washing service you hire will have different tips for their equipment to accommodate the type of roof on your home. Pressure washing a roof runs somewhere between $250 and $600.


Vinyl and wood fencing often develop mildew over time, and mud adhere to these surfaces. For $150 to $300, you can have fences power washed so they look like new.


Concrete is very easy to power wash, and it is a very effective way to eliminate stains. You can pay as little as $0.08 per square foot for pressure washing a driveway, or up to $0.35 for power washing sidewalks with professional grade concrete detergent.


AsLike we said, the cost of power washing can vary depending on several different factors. Here are a few of the things that can affect the price of your service:

  • The Company You Choose – A service with more experience, more time in business, or one that delivers guaranteed results may charge a little more than their competitor. Reputation is important, but that doesn’t mean a new company can’t do a great job.
  • The Service – The total amount of work that goes into each service can impact the cost of the service somewhat. Roofs are trickier, versus vinyl siding which is much more popular and easier to do. Residential fencing requires more attention to detail. All of these factors are priced into your estimate.
  • Size of the Structure – The total square footage of the area is the most important factor that impacts cost. However, most fences are relatively small in area but more tedious to clean. Likewise, concrete with curbs or stone edges can increase the price of a small surface.
  • Severity of the Cleaning Needs – Stained and dirtier surfaces will need much more time and attention than ones that only need dust and dirt removed. For example, oil spots may need detergents to remove them, while removing mildew from vinyl often only requires high pressure water.
  • Where You Live – Prices are just higher in certain neighborhoods of Vancouver. The closer you live to a large city or a wealthy neighborhood, the more you can likely expect to pay for power washing. Plus, the availability of power washing services – or lack thereof – can increase the price as well.
  • Demand – The time of year may affect your price, as many homeowners choose to have pressure washing as part of their spring cleaning, or after a weather event that left debris scattered on the exterior of their home.


Before you hire a company or Vancouver pressure washing service, ask around to see who neighbors and friends or family may have used before. You’ll likely get some very good recommendations.

From there, it’s important to get estimates from 2-3 of your top picks. Too many more than that might be too much information, but you don’t want to depend on only one company for an accurate estimate.

After you get the final estimates, one may be priced by the hour and another by the job. This can be confusing and hard to really compare, so it’s necessary to ask questions like “How long do you think the project will take?” This type of question will help you compare estimates that are priced using different strategies.

Don’t forget that cost is only one factor in deciding who to hire. You may see a range of prices in all of the estimates that you ask for, but it isn’t usually recommended to hire the cheapest one. Look deeper to determine if this is a sales price or if the company prices its service lower for another reason.

As soon as you have considered the price vs. other factors like reviews and guarantees, you can then make an educated decision about the right company to perform your pressure washing services.

For an affordable price and great service, call PRO Vancouver Pressure Washing at 360-230-5478. We guarantee competitive, low pricing and the best pressure washing results in Vancouver.

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