Building cleaning and particularly high access cleaning, it can be challenging, needs specialist equipment and you need lots of experience to do it really well. Thankfully that is what CPL t/a CPL t/a CPL t/a Rainbow International have been doing for the last 19 years. We have cleaned some of the most prestigious buildings in the UK. Our specialist equipment and experience make us your first call when ever you have a building clean that needs doing.
A particular building that really benefited from the us cleaning the exterior was the Jury’s Waterfront Hotel in Brighton. All buildings over time, especially if they are located in a city suffer from the carbon and calcium build up on the exterior of the building. This cannot be helped but it is what naturally occurs when you have polluting vehicles in your city. Just think you are actually breathing in these fumes too.
CPL t/a CPL t/a CPL t/a Rainbow International (CPL t/a CPL t/a CPL t/a Rainbow International) were commissioned to clean-up the exterior of the building using the very latest technology equipment that was both environmentally friendly and followed the health and safety procedures that we follow as a Safe Contractor.
The Jury’s Waterfront Hotel is a 210 bedroom hotel located on the Brighton Seafront. This iconic building is battered by the weather and is exposed to the fumes from vehicles in the city. Over a period of time the fumes build up over time and cause the once cream stone exterior to be carbonised and discoloured.
We use high access building cleaning equipment to get to the very top of this multi story building. Our machinery then had to be accessible at height and we needed to ensue that no passes by could be affected by any debris that might fall from the building as we cleaned them. The image above shows Marine Court in St Leonards On Sea, a recent project that needed 14 floors of scaffolding in the process of renovating the building.
Building cleaning removes the small bits of carbon deposits pictured here, that build up over time and stick to the bricks and render of a building.