Pressure Washing in Mukilteo, WA

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Give your home the refresh it needs with help from JCS Refresh – request a free pressure washing quote today and find out how you can save your home from distress.

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We Are Committed to Serving Snohomish County

Don’t underestimate the power of pressure washing – it can be dangerous if handled incorrectly.

That’s why entrusting it to a licensed and insured team like us is best!

We do external house cleaning, general pressure washing in Mukilteo, WA, and commercial services – send us a message if you need help.

Values we live by



Above everything else, safety is our foremost priority, and all visits to your home are strictly regulated with strict methods to ensure its safety.



Our team at JCS Refresh is devoted to delivering outstanding outcomes from our pressure washing and exterior cleaning services within a set amount of time--we guarantee it!


Being Meticulous

We double-check everything to make sure it's finished perfectly. We promise to be watchful of each task, ensuring that it meets your expectations, or we'll do whatever is necessary to satisfy you.

"We Clean & Houses Gleam"

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Give your home a perfect makeover with our pressure washing and exterior cleaning services! We offer a range of services including house washing, brick cleaning, fence cleaning, driveway cleaningdeck and patio cleaning – and more!

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A Little About Mukilteo, WA

The City of Mukilteo is a major transportation hub that connects residents and visitors to major state highways, ferries, commuter trains, and buses.

It is home to a Washington State Ferries terminal in downtown Mukilteo, Paine Field in the southeast serving the Boeing Everett Factory, the Mukilteo Station, the Sounder Commuter Trains that connects to Seattle, and three other public transits.

The name Mukilteo means “a good camping ground.” Early settlers established a trading station, timber mill, cannery, and port of entry for trading ships long before the area was incorporated as a city in 1947. 

An interesting fact about the city is that the 1855 Peace Treaty between Territorial Governor Isaac Stevens and 82 Indian leaders representing 22 Pacific Northwest tribes was signed in Mukilteo. Present-day residents enjoy a high standard of living as it has become Washington’s one of the wealthiest cities.

The city covers a total area of 1,154 acres, where you may enjoy beach picnics, view the lighthouse, and launch a boat at the Mukilteo Lighthouse Park. In addition, there is the Rosehill Community Center and Big Gulch, the largest conservation area in the city.

The Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival, conducted for three days in late August or early September in Mukilteo Lighthouse Park, is the city’s largest yearly festival. It began in 1965 and has grown to include a parade, fireworks, fishing derby, and fun runs.

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