Stone Cleaning Cardiff
Here at Seers, we use steam systems such as DOFF and Thermatech to produce superb results without damaging your building’s stonework. Our stone cleaning Cardiff specialists have many years of experience under their belts, and they are capable of removing dirt, grime and moss from many different kinds of stone building.
Stone cleaning Cardiff & beyond
Seers are based in Cardiff, but our cleaning services are available in both South Wales and the South West of England. Some of the locations we cover:
Stone cleaning company Cardiff
There are many different ways to clean a stone surface, and some methods are better than others. For example, the use of abrasive discs, pressure washers, and certain chemical agents can do more harm than good, causing irreversible damage to stone buildings.
Specialist stone cleaning services
Most of our stone cleaning jobs use one of two cleaning systems: DOFF and ThermaTech. DOFF is a very popular steam cleaning system that uses superheated water to remove various types of dirt. This low-pressure, low-volume system is ideal for cleaning stone surfaces, as it removes grime without saturating the stone or weathering it away.
ThermaTech is another high-quality steam cleaning system; its added versatility and extra features make it preferable to DOFF in certain cases.
Before we start cleaning your building, we will visit your site in order to decide upon the best stone cleaning method for the job. We are capable of cleaning practically any stone building or structure, and since we specialise in high level cleaning, we are able to handle even the most challenging projects.
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Experienced team. Our building cleaning experts are fully trained and have cleaned a wide variety of building types including office blocks, churches, hospitals, warehouses and apartment blocks.
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