Steam Cleaning of Brick & Natural Stone

High Pressure Steam Cleaning is used around London to remove dirt and grime from exterior surfaces such walls, paths and car parks. The use of steam enables us to significantly reduce or totally remove the need for chemicals when cleaning stone and brickwork. When used for cleaning any exterior, hard surface area, steam cleaning is the most environmentally friendly solution for removing dirt, grime and algae build up.
With temperatures of between 80°& 120°c and pressure up to 200 bar, the cleaning power of simple water is greatly increased. Our trailer mounted high pressure steam cleaning equipment is most suited to cleaning non porous, man made materials such as concrete, bricks, paving slabs.
Our operatives will literally blast away dirt and grime, with the addition of using hot water, algae and weed growth is killed off and regrowth is greatly inhibited without the use of chemicals.

paint removed from yellow stock wall using Torik steam cleaning system
Torik

Low Pressure Steam Cleaning will be used on London buildings that have sensitive or delicate coatings such as K Rend or natural stone surfaces such as Portland Stone.
The superheated water reaches temperatures of 150°c but with pressure of only 100 bar, you get maximum cleaning power whilst remaining respectful to natural stone surfaces. This method of stone cleaning is approved by the National Trust for up to Grade 1 Listed buildings.
Both high pressure and low pressure steam cleaning can be used for façade cleaning by way of rope access/abseiling or cherry pickers.

rope access steam cleaning
car ready for steam cleaning, Before
concrete facade cleaning using steam cleaning
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