Pressure Washing Flyers: Examples and Tips to Get More Leads
Pressure washing flyers and print ads are a low-cost way to spread the word about your services and generate new high-quality leads.
They’re quick to make, can be printed in bulk, and are easy to distribute in a particular neighborhood.
Keep reading to learn how to make a pressure washing flyer, what it should include, and to create your free tearaway flyer now—no design skills needed.
How to make a pressure washing flyer
There are four ways to make a marketing flyer for your pressure washing business:
- Do it yourself, using a drag-and-drop design tool like Canva
- Add your company name, services, and contact information to Jobber’s free tearaway flyer maker
- Pay for a pressure washing flyer template with VistaPrint or Staples
- Hire a freelance designer to design a custom pressure wash flyer for you
Regardless of which method you choose, you’ll want to choose a font and color that best matches your home service branding, and keep your flyers simple and easy to read.
Your flyer’s design will depend on your budget, marketing goals, and brand. For example, if you’re looking to grow your client list, offer a discount for new customers. Or if you’re proud to be family owned and operated, include an image of your team.
Pressure washing flyer examples
If you’re designing your own, here’s what your pressure washing flyer could look like:
Here’s what a pressure washing tearaway flyer looks like when you create it using Jobber’s tearaway maker:
Pro Tip: Tearaway flyers can be used by up to 10 different customers, saving a ton on printing costs compared to printing and delivering individual flyers to every homeowner in your neighborhood.
What to include on your pressure washing flyer
Your pressure washing flyers should always include:
- Pressure washing business name
- Website and phone number
- Power washing services (like house, patio, driveway, or window cleaning)
- How to book a service
You may also consider adding:
- A before and after image of a completed job
- An image of your team
- A promotion or discount
- Pressure washing slogans or tagline
Pro Tip: To track the return on investment from your pressure washing flyers, consider adding a discount code to your flyers. When a customer books a service with the code, you’ll know that a flyer helped you win that business.
Pressure washing flyer alternatives
Mix up your door-to-door advertising with some pressure washing flyer alternatives.
Power washing postcards are 4×6 inches and can be left in mailboxes, on doorsteps, and under windshields.
Revive Washing uses postcard marketing to let potential customers know they’ve been working in their area. Because they’ve seen the house, they’re able to provide a rough estimate of how much each service will cost.
You can also use postcards to thank clients for their business, announce a new service offering, or advertise exclusive promotions.
Then, deliver them by hand or mail them in bulk to your customers or potential clients using Jobber’s Mailchimp integration.
Pressure washing door hangers are cut to fit on a typical front door handle—making them highly visible to homeowners leaving or returning home.
HydroPlus power washing demonstrates exactly what a pressure washing service can do by showcasing before and after pictures of two different jobs. Their goal is to get homeowners thinking about how their own properties look, encouraging them to improve their curb appeal.
You can also use door hangers to advertise seasonal services, or time-bound promotional offers—like 15% off window washing before the end of the month.
Lawn signs are another effective way to advertise your business to a larger audience in your target service area.
Lawn signs tell potential customers passing by who to call for pressure washing services.
When you’ve finished a job, ask your customer if you can leave a sign on their front lawn. You can even encourage customers to put a sign on their lawn by offering a small service discount.
How pressure washing flyers can grow your business
1. Targeting specific neighborhoods
Delivering flyers in your ideal service location helps you generate new clients in that area.
Having multiple clients in a specific neighborhood or community saves money on gas, cuts down on travel between jobs, and helps to build your local reputation.
2. Building brand awareness
If you’re just starting a pressure washing business, it can be challenging to get your name out there. Flyers can help increase your brand awareness, even if clients don’t need your services yet.
They may even refer you to friends, family, or neighbors who are looking for pressure washing services because now, thanks to your flyer, they know of a local business that offers them.
3. Promoting service packages
Flyers let you advertise service packages and discounts to large groups. You can target specific neighborhoods where residents may benefit from similar services, like siding washing, deck and fence cleaning, and window washing.
4. Casting a wide net
Flyers receive a ton of attention, from passersby in the grocery store to homeowners in your community.
Adding pressure washing flyers to your marketing strategy is an effective way to grow your business in your service area.
Not every person who sees your flyer will turn into a customer, but it’s a great way to get your business name in front of potential customers at a relatively low cost.
Originally published December 2020. Last updated February 2nd, 2023.