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Experienced Pressure Washing Across Kent

Based in Rochester, Kent, we provide pressure washing for commercial and industrial clients across Kent.

With over 30 years' experience in the industry, we understand the importance of keeping your property clean and free from graffiti. With our high pressure washing, we ensure that your business is cleaned to the highest standards. We will remove dirt and other unsightly stains from pipelines, floors and walls; whatever surface you may need us to work on, we will.

Our high pressure washing service will always meet your expectations for all industrial and commercial businesses. All of our equipment utilises the power of high water pressure, giving an even clean and easily removing stains.

For more information about our pressure washing, then call us today on 01634 715230, or get in touch through our contact form to arrange your free, no obligation quotation.

The complete pressure washing service

All of our pressure washing equipment is available to be used for a variety of applications, such as:

  • Factories
  • Building facades
  • Windows
  • Warehouses
  • Driveways
  • Office buildings
  • Cladding

Our experienced team work efficiently to remove all manner of stains or marks quickly and to the highest level of professionalism. When we have finished our pressure washing service, your property will be left spotless. 

Expert pressure washing across Kent

Based in Rochester, we provide high pressure washing across Kent and the rest of the UK. We have recently completed pressure washing projects in and around Gravesend, Newcastle, Leicester, Leeds, Dartford, Ashford, Cambridge, Nottingham, Cardiff, Bristol, Edinburgh, Oxford, Liverpool, Manchester, Glasgow and London.

If you would like to learn more about our pressure washing service, call today on 01634 715230, or visit our contact page to arrange your free, no obligation quotation and unbiased advice.

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