High Level Warehouse Cleaning Services
Steam cleaning involves using hot, high pressured steam for moving hard to clean dirt and grime. Some of the main uses in warehouse cleaning include cleaning flooring and warehouse dirt removal, and more industrial uses in removing grease and dirt from engines.
Steam clean your warehouse roof
Most people are shocked when they see how much better their business looks after a good-thorough roof clean. Many business owners get so used to seeing the stains on their roof or even forget about the roof completely that they’ve completely forgotten how good it once looked. Dirt and grime can affect the appearance and even start to damage your roof depending on what it is made out of.
With our many years of experience at steam cleaning roofs we can prolong the life of your roof and enhance the appearance of your business thanks to our steam cleaning experts. We offer a full roof cleaning service to remove dirt, grime and dst that has built up even after many years of neglect.
Steam clean your brick walls
If we use steam to clean your brick walls, the heat helps to loosen much of the dirt and grime which then means that we can use less pressure. Pressure can do damage to the brickwork as many “cowboys” have found out by blasting off the dirt by removing part of the surface along with it!
This type of care is even more important when cleaning stone buildings, stone façades and all types of masonry work be it brick, limestone, sandstone or concrete.
At DH Warehouse Cleaning we will clean your brickwork without harming the surface underneath.
Steam clean metal cladding
Metal cladding, normally tin, is used in industrial buildings with a plastic or painted finish. Used from the nineteen seventies and it is still in use today. These are a low grade/cheap finish with a short life expectancy. Depending on the condition we can restoratively clean these finishes, or if that is not suitable we offer a scrub and wash down cleaning service.
We know about restoring metal cladding
Metal Cladding can be easily damaged by an inexperienced contractor using the incorrect cleaning products and methods. This damage may not become evident for 6 – 12 months.