Patio Cleaning | Power Washing throughout the Northwest
Indian Sandstone Cleaning Specialists | Bolton | Manchester | Bury | Oldham | Rochdale | Tameside | Stockport | Trafford | Wigan | Salford | Warrington | Liverpool | Preston | Blackpool | Blackburn | St Helens | Runcorn | Widnes | Northwich | Chester | Cheshire | Lancashire | Yorkshire | Merseyside
Blast Away are professional patio cleaners. Put away your domestic Karcher or don't even bother wasting money buying one. In a years time when you pull it out in Spring or Summer for a spruce up you may need to repair it if it's been stood in the shed as the pump may have seized.
It could take you all day or even weekend, time consuming and back aches galore!
A domestic Karcher is like a water pistol compared to our kit.
Our equipment is diesel powered so we don't require the use of your mains electric.
We can clean your patio 1/10 of the time it would take you!
Remember, industrial equipment doesn't mean damage. Correct methods are taken specifically to each type of paving, using a range of nozzle jet sizes and flat surface cleaner attachments to the control of water flow to suit the most delicate paving and stubborn stains. Additionally using the correct chemical's to tackle stains rather than using pressure alone.
Restoring the original and natural colour!
UNBELIEVABLE RESULTS! LIKE BRAND NEW PAVING!
Indian Stone Before-Dangerously slippy with algea when wet.
After - Non slip and beaming with natural colour
Removing stains from indian sandstone...
What are all these black spots on my indian stone patio?
Look below, did you think the spots were stains? These are black spots also known as Lichen.
Have you got them on your indian sand stone paving? Have you failed to remove them?
We have the answer, we remove these!
Is your patio blighted by black spots like these here? Unlike other companies that attack your patio with just the pressure of their machines alone removing only algae and general soiling, often they will give in and admit these can't be removed. They can be removed and we do it, using the right products and the right method.
The black spots in the above image are on Indian Stone. A surface that is more prone than any other in attracting black spot.
Here we have an Indian stone patio...