Patio Cleaning

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Pressure cleaning a wood, brick or concrete patio isn’t as easy as most homeowners assume. Residential garden hoses do not effectively wash away silt, dirt and mud that falls into the cracks and pores of typical patio materials. Cleaning a home’s patio with a pressure washer can also cause chipped patio paint, a damaged lawn and muddy water splashed onto your home’s exterior! Patio cleaning is better left for a professional home exterior cleaning service in Cedar Park.

Our patio cleaning process starts with the application of a strong but safe detergent that breaks down ground-in dirt and debris. Your brick, concrete or wood patio, can then be rinsed gently, with low water pressure and without damage to your landscaping or lawn or creating a mess.


For wood patio cleaning in Cedar Park, we use the same equipment to power wash patios that we use home exterior, but we use a different system. “Softwashing” is a lot like regular power washing but the pressure is kept much lower. This is necessary to preserve the paint, stains and finishes. Soft washing a patio also keep the wood from splintering which can lead to structural problems. We have the knowledge and experience to determine the exact pressure needed for the patio. If the patio has noticeable damage then we will utilize the absolute lowest pressure necessary to get the job done right.


Brick patios are usually more difficult to pressure clean than wood or concrete. Brick patio tiles all have raised, textured areas along their surface. These areas make brick patio cleaning challenging, even when using a professional pressure washer.

Our Cedar Park brick patio cleaning process starts with specialty solvents that easily reach those unseen areas of dirt and grime, dissolving the toughest mud and ground-in debris. These detergents will dissolve moss, mold and algae that might be growing in between those cracks and crevices! We then use our special brushes for cleaning brick patios, to push away all the heavy and unsightly grit and grime.


Pressure cleaning a concrete patio does much more than make the patio look better. Organic dirt, dust, grime and other such debris that gets trapped in the cracks and crevices of concrete can eventually get blown into the lawn and will then ruin its appearance. Cleaning a concrete patio can also remove moss, mold and algae. When this debris gets damp, it becomes very slick and slippery, creating a hazard for anyone that’s walking on the concrete patio!

Do not rely on a garden hose or DIY online videos that attempt to show homeowners how to safely clean a patio, but leave this job to the professionals. Cedar Park Pressure Washing has years of experience in patio cleaning in Cedar Park and the surrounding communities, and our soft wash systems and brushes ensure all areas of your home’s patio are spotlessly clean and ready for you to enjoy!