Power Blasting and Cleaning
Expert jet washing services for homeowners across the UK.
Jet washing is a very effective process when cleaning building fascias, driveways and patio areas. It can also be effectively used to clean properties following a fire or soot and smoke contamination.
Used as part of the blast cleaning portfolio of products which provide a comprehensive service for the cleaning of any type of substrate, it provides a very professional finish and look to your building or patio/drive area.
Your building and driveway are the first things people will see, so it is important to make a good first impression by jet washing your domestic property to have it looking as good as new!
Rainbow International’s full scope of jet washing works will provide the most effective solution to every building cleaning requirement and will take into account all considerations before recommending the solution – the substrate to be cleaned, the environmental issues, the cost efficiency of the various processes, speed of application and subsequent return to normal use. Health and safety and environmental issues concerning each process also need to be considered.
Jet washing is a very economical and efficient system for cleaning building substrates, concrete and brick drives, car park decks and patio areas and decking, is environmentally friendly and a low health and safety risk to building occupiers, tenants and the general public.
If you are interested in our professional Jet Washing Services for your domestic property, driveway or patio, feel free to get in contact with one of our specialist cleaners today!
Rainbow International has been providing specialist cleaning services to commercial organisations and homeowners for over 25 years. Working on behalf of many of the UK’s top insurance companies on behalf of their policyholders’ claims, Rainbow provides services to tens of thousands of homes every year.
It made us laugh. It was fortunate that no one was in the house at the time because if it can come through toughened glass on a patio door, and through furniture, then it wouldn’t have stopped for a mere person.
Paula Smith, Homeowner
Pressure washing is another term for jet washing. It involves the spraying of pressurised water to blast away dirt, dust, flaking paint and other surface contaminants and grime to give particular areas of a building or outside space a deep clean.
Pressure washing can be messy! After all, it involves loosening dirt and other contaminants. It can also damage particular surfaces, so it’s important to be careful when deciding where it is suitable.
If you hire an experienced professional to manage your pressure washing, you can avoid the risk of making a mess or damaging property.
For residential and commercial properties we will generally need a standard domestic water supply. For larger commercial installations where water supplies are not available, we can bring our own supply using a water bowser.
In most cases, the blasting effect of a high-pressure water jet is all you need to clear away dirt and grime. This removes the need for any chemicals.
However, there are some occasions where a specialist solution will be needed to aid in the cleaning process. The Rainbow International team members always take care to select the right equipment for the job in a way that avoids any chemical damage or pollution.
This depends on the surfaces that are being washed and how they are used.
In some instances, power washing will only be required once every 12 months – but in areas of heavy use or locations that become contaminated with dirt easily, it may be better to arrange this once every few months.
The water jets employed to blast away dirt during the pressure washing process are very powerful. It can damage the mortar in walls and may even chip away at brick if you use a very high-pressure setting.
What’s more, the water can be forced into cracks and cause mould to grow.
If you are not sure whether pressure washing is right for your particular project, get in touch with Rainbow International today. We’ll provide you with all of the advice and guidance you’ll need.
It is possible to use a pressure washer yourself, but qualified experts are likely to have access to professional equipment of high quality – as well as the know-how to effectively clean a wide range of surfaces without causing damage.