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Monthly Archives: May 2011

Sidewalk and Driveway Pressure Washing at a Residence in Fremont, CA

Power washing does wonders for your home’s exterior. See below on these BEFORE and AFTER photos we took of the sidewalks and driveway at this home in Fremont, CA. Notice the stains that were removed from the concrete. Really made a huge difference.

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Red Mexican Tile and Pool Side Stone Pressure Washed for Algae Removal

BEFORE and AFTER Action Pressure Washing

Here are some BEFORE and AFTER pictures of a residential pressure washing job, where we pressure washed, cleaned, and resotred the owners red brick Mexican tiles and the pool side cobble stone with the main focus being algae removal.

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Beautiful Red Brick Pressure Washed on Estate in Orinda, CA

Brick Pressure Washing by Action Pressure Washing


Here are some photos of the beautiful brick work after Action Pressure Washing visited this estate in Orinda, CA.   Brick patios and walkways are beautiful when clean and cared for.  Pressure washing can restore the natural brick color and wash away the dirt, grime, mold, and mildew that easily is attracted by brick over time.  Call Action Pressure Washing today to have your brick, concrete, composite and natural wood cleaned and restored to beautiful condition. 925-284-3301

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Timber Tech Deck Systems Cleaning

Timber Tech with Aluminum Awning System


“Although TimberTech products are low-maintenance, TimberTech recommends periodic cleaning to help maintain the beauty of the product.” – Timber Tech

“A power washer can be used when cleaning TimberTech products.” – Timber Tech

Due to Timber Tech Decks being made exclusively with technologically-advanced composite materials and design to mimic the look and feel of exotic wood such as walnut, teak, and rose wood it does require and recommend regular care and cleaning but careful care and cleaning.  These elegant composite materials can be damaged with wrong care and/or non-professional power washing.    You paid great money for these beautiful decks, keep them long lasting and keep them beautiful.  For more information or to contact a professional pressure washer that specializes in composite deck systems contact Action Pressure Washing.


This Timber Tech deck below cleaned and pressured washed by Action Pressure Washing.

(these photos and others can also be viewed in Action Pressure Washing photo albums)

Before You Clean: Mobile Cleaner Brochure

Wash Water Disposal Practices For Mobile Surface Cleaners

Before performing mobile surface cleaner operations, here are some BMPs to follow to insure that you are protecting our waterways:

BASMAA certified mobile cleaner

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Where Should Wash Water Go?: Pressure Wash the Right Way – Part 2

A Simple Question with a Surprisingly Complicated Answer


Whether you’re cleaning up a landscaping job, scouring away graffiti and gunk from the side of your Bay Area small business, or simply trying to get an oil stain off your driveway, you need a plan for how to dispose of your waste water.

As we mentioned in Part I of this blog post series The Basics of Cleaning and Disposal… if you pollute from surface cleaning, not only can you potentially damage the environment by releasing harmful chemicals, oil saturated absorbents, paint chips and solvents, but you can also violate state and local laws. As the Bay Area Storm Water Management Agencies Association and Regional Water Quality Control Board clearly state in their “Pollution from Surface Cleaning” brochure: “allowing polluting substances into storm drains is prohibited in California. Both the person who discharges the pollutant orleaves it behind, and the owner of the property where the material is generated are liable.”

All this begs the question – what should you do with your wash water when you’re done? Continue reading