We are, the residential pressure cleaning specialists for:
• Apartment Buildings • Residential Developments • Car and Parking Areas (interior and exterior) • Recreational Areas • Drive-ways • Paved Areas • Foot-paths • Walls • Retaining Walls • All Residential Surface Maintenance Issues.
High and low (soft wash) pressure steam cleaning solutions for: Concrete, stencilled and polished concrete, designer stone, sandstone, paved areas, brickwork, all painted surfaces, rubber surfaces, tiles, all natural stone, modern, man-made synthetic and all residential building surfaces.
Steam technologies remove:
Black spore, mould, moss, graffiti, grease, oil, pollution, dust and dirt, salt and acid rain, rubber marks, all grime and general wear build up, subterranean discolouration and other indecipherable changes to the surface area.
• Halts surface deterioration • Increases perceived property value.
Advanced pressure cleaning technologies include:
High pressure plants (Aust. engineered) industrial steam machines, scrubbing machines, clean and capture, elevating work platforms. Our specialized on-site staff, all hold the following tickets NSW:
WSCPCCOHS1001A, OEWDR11HAN301B, WHSHLTAID003.
White Card, EWP Elevating Work Platform, First Aid:
The work zone area, is pressure cleaned, using environmentally friendly procedures and bio-degradable products, whilst neutralizing impact on the perma-culture in the surrounding areas.
(EPA Emissions Standards, Euro V Emissions Standards)
Occupational Health & Safety Legislation:
The zoned area, is contained with safety signage and traffic flow guards, minimising the disruption to residents, and the general public, whilst promoting a safe work environment.
Clean and capture solutions (EPA Clean Water Policy)
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