Brickwork, Masonry & Wall Panelling Cleaning

cleaning brick west sussex, east sussex, kent, surrey, Worthing, Brighton, Hove, Seaford, Eastbourne, Horsham, East Grinstead, Uckfield, Bexhill, Haywards Heath, Burgess Hill, Uckfield, Crawley, Gatwick, tunbridge wells, tonbridge, orpington, ashford, Guildford
exterior facade cleaning crawley clean brickwork, paint removal, removing from concrete, acid cleaning, acid wash, exterior building cleaning, companies, contractors, businesses

Archers Specialist Treatments
Winters Farm
North Green Common Road
Wivelsfield Green
Near Haywards Heath
West Sussex
RH17 7RJ

Email: info@archertreatments.com

Call us today on 01444 471090 (select option 1), or call Paul on mobile: 07808 061617

water proofing and damp rising courses in brighton Find Archer cellar tanking on Facebook

Archers undertakes external façade cleaning of buildings using its team of fully trained and experienced operatives. We are able to sympathetically clean both new and old buildings in removing excess mortar, staining, paint, splashes and efflorescence on brick, masonry and outer wall panelling.

We use chemical cleaning on very heavily soiled brick and stonework to remove the build up of carbon deposits, moss, algae, lichen, overflow and gutter defect staining.

Another technique that we use is controlled low volume high pressure cleaning. Neglect and pollution are the principal causes for many building façades to suffer over the years, distracting from the original architectural features. This environmentally friendly chemically free method can be used on sensitive substructures by means of continuous wall of water vapour atomised through a series of nozzles, the effect is to draw the dirt and carbon deposits to the surface which is then washed down to remove all latent deposits.

 

Middle image. Archers cleaning a pre-coloured render Façade of a commercial building in Slough.

Bottom image. Archers were instructed to clean down the whole of the building (Police Station in Crawley) with particular attention to the stone indents.

Please call or email Archers to arrange a detailed survey and report.