Power Washing 2018-06-13T22:32:41+00:00

Power Washing for Windows and Buildings

At Aquamark, we take pride in investing in the very latest commercial cleaning products, in order to deliver the highest standards of workmanship to our valued customers. That’s why we’ve recently purchased one of the newest, most powerful jet washers on the market.

What does power washing involve?

With jet washing, the clue is in the name. A steady jet of water is released at exceedingly high pressure, to blast away dirt and grime from the surfaces to which it’s applied.

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Is power washing right for my building?

Power washing is an effective solution for an array of structures and surfaces, including brickwork, render, hard flooring and paving. The Aquamark team can even use the jet washer while abseil window cleaning and using a cherry picker for spotlessly clean results!

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  • Minimal disruption caused

  • One of the newest and most effective cleaning products available

  • High pressure cleaning leads to spotless results, every time

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