SCC ensuring you make a great first impression

  • Welcoming & professional external appearance
  • Removes mould, mildew, graffiti and other contaminants
  • Regular external maintenance reduces unnecessary repairs
  • Roof, walls, windows and gutters cleaned
  • Soft brush technique and brushes cause no surface damage
  • Ideal choice for pre paint preparation

As a business owner SCC understands how important it is to maintain the exterior of your property for you and your residents.

We adapt our procedure to use low levels of pressurized water, and bio-degradable detergents to clean the surface. We do not use any hazardous chemicals that risk damaging your business surface or harming the environment.

Most buildings have exteriors consisting of brick, vinyl siding, aluminium siding, stone, masonry, or cedar. Up to now, high pressure washing with bleaching agents and acid cleaning were the only method available to clean these surfaces. Besides being harmful to the environment, these products actually damage the surface. Vinyl becomes chalky with bleach. High pressure acid cleaning damages the brick by pitting it, and it can burn the brick, turning it to an orange colour.

SC staff are accredited and trained to work elevated platform Using the latest in ‘Reach & Wash systems’ technology can save an average 40% off your overall cleaning costs whilst ensuring that there is no invasion of privacy.

SCC commercial vehicles are equipped with the latest filtration systems that purifies water to ensure a level off 100% purified which when applied using the best brushes available creates that incredible finish every time. SCC has over 10 years’ experience. All our dedicated staff are trained and accredited and has experience working elevated platforms For more information and a FREE quotation please call SCC Mobile 07779 610316 or Office 01530 484635 We are looking forward to taking your call.

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