Exterior Cleaning and Restoration – Hints, Tips and Advice!
General Advice On Cleaning & Maintaining Your Exterior Surfaces
The fact of the matter is that ALL exterior surfaces needs some form of general maintenance to keep them looking great. Despite what you may have been told, there is no type of surface, cleaning procedure or sealing product on this planet that will eradicate the need for basic forms of maintenance. Whether it’s your block paving, tarmac, decking, concrete, roof or conservatory, they can all be kept in tip top condition with a quick brush and rinse with an anti-fungal wash or even just soapy water, it’s that simple. This will prevent any detritus from being able to settle on the surface, making it inhabitable for weeds, moss, lichen and algae to grow and bread.
Look at it this way… When your car gets dirty and is left dirty, who’s fault is it?.. Is it the cars fault?.. Is it the fault of the person who last washed it?.. Or is it the owners fault for not keeping it clean? The simple fact of the matter is that ANY exterior surface that’s left unattended will inevitably accumulate moss, weeds, algae and lichens, therefore deteriorating the surface and becoming worse and worse over time.
The good news is that we’re here to help. Here’s some basic hints, tips and advise to maintaining your outdoor areas that take minimal effort.
Northern Restoration Declaration
Northern Restoration offers this advice based on our own experience of working in the sector. We assume that anyone who carries out similar work themselves will do so in a responsible manner in accordance with basic health and safety guidelines. At the very least we propose you should have a basic understanding of the High Pressure Water Jetting Codes of Practice, COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) and PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) in order to limit the chances of harm or injury to yourself and others.
If you would like a free no obligation quote for any of the above cleaning and/or maintenance services then by all means give us a call: freephone : 0800 772 3409 or email us at : firstname.lastname@example.org.