Frequently asked questions
Why should I hire a professional to clean my Driveway or Patio?
We often get calls to fix DIY pressure jobs carried out by the customers themselves or fix work caused by other companies that carried out poor quality work.There is a lot more to pressure washing patios & driveways than buying a jet wash and blasting everything in sight.
Are any chemicals used child & pet safe?
Yes, we aim to use eco-friendly or "green" products where ever possible. The surface we are cleaning dictates what product will be used. In most cases, we don't need to result to utilising chemicals as our petrol-powered commercial jet wash is designed to clean almost any surface.
How often should I have my Gutters cleaned?
How do you clean my Gutters?
We use a gutter vacuum that is specifically designed for cleaning & clearing gutters. This bit of kit allows us to access those hard-to-reach places, like above an extension or conservatory.
How do you provide quotes?
We provide the majority of our quotes over the phone or online via our enquiry form. In some instances we will need to visit you property to conduct a site survey and provide a quote.
How do you clean Conservatories?
We provide both interior and exterior cleaning for conservatorys. We used a very low pressure and a lot of elbow grease. Our water fed pole system combined with a UPVC cleaner will cut through years of ingrained dirt, leaving your conservatory like new!
Can you repoint Driveways and Patios?
Yes, we repair loose slabs by rebedding them, we also repoint patios and driveways with a resin compount which is stonger and lasts longer than tradition sand and cement.
Can you seal driveways or Patios after cleaning?
Yes, we clean, seal and protect our client's driveways and patios by using the best products on the market, this will protect you patio and driveway and keep it dirt free for longer.
How much will it cost?
Depending on what you need cleaned will dictate the cost of this service.
How do you clean rendered walls?
We clean all rendered serfaces by softwashing them, which is recommended by render manufacturers.