HIGH PRESSURE CLEANING
Over time anything left outside can build up lots of dirt and grime. Often you cannot remove the dirt of grime, even with hours scrubbing. High pressure cleaning will remove even the most stubborn dirt and grime.
Pressure cleaning involves the use of specialised equipment which shoots water from a high-pressure hose. It is particularly useful on concrete, tiles or brickwork which are covered in moss, dirt, oil, mould or other contaminants. It can be performed on rooftops, driveways, carparks, pools, patios and many other surfaces.
RFFM highly trained cleaners are experts in pressure cleaning on all surfaces, using the latest equipment and safety procedures to ensure the job is completed quickly and safely. As pressure cleaning can be an incredibly dangerous activity, we recommend leaving it to the professionals!
WHY RFFM FOR PRESSURE CLEANING SERVICES?
As individuals with many years of experience in providing high pressure cleaning services for Victorians, we strive for excellence, and positive outcomes for our clients. Our highly trained cleaners are experts when it comes to providing pressure cleaning services and will give you great results with our cleaning services.
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Their professionalism, honesty and efficiency has been clearly evident throughout this
Their dedication to ensuring they consistently provide the most outstanding service to their
clients has been exceptional in our experience.
‘RFFM’ and their staff have always been reliable and gone the extra mile. They have
completed all tasks required to the utmost satisfaction of myself and my clients and we look forward in continuing our relationship for many years to come.
What is high-pressure cleaning?
High-pressure cleaning uses a specialised machine which sprays water at a very high pressure in order to remove paint, mould or dirt from surfaces such as concrete, bricks or metal.
Can anything be high-pressure cleaned?
Almost anything. As the water is exiting the cleaner at a high pressure, it has a lot of force and can therefore dent or scratch surfaces such as plastic, soft metal or wood. If you’re concerned about the effect that high-pressure cleaning might have on a surface, it’s best to leave this job to the professionals.