What is facade cleaning?
Facade cleaning is the removal of deposits or soiling from the facade of your home. This can be done through three different methods, depending on the damage to your facade.
Cleaning with steam:
Steam cleaning is mainly used for light soiling such as moss or ivy on your facade. With this method, water is heated to temperatures above 100 degrees and then sprayed against the wall with a high-pressure sprayer.
With this method, a chemical agent is applied to the facade so that the dirt is removed. This method is suitable for removing contamination such as paint residues or soot. The chemical water is then recycled.
The blasting is used on façades with heavy pollution. With this method, water is mixed with a mild abrasive and then applied to the wall. Sand is a commonly used medium.