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Why does the tenant believe they are entitled to demand a power wash of the house?
What will they do if the landlord refuses?
Thank you for the additional information. There is nothing in the Pennsylvania statutes which creates a legal obligation for the landlord to power wash the premises upon the demand of the tenant. Therefore, any such obligation would have to be contained in the terms of the lease. If there is no provision for a power wash in the lease then the tenant has no legal basis to demand one.
So, you can legally decline the request and the tenant can not force you.
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