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Monday, 20 May

Ultimate Façade Cleaning Guide

Façade refurbishment and restoration projects are complex undertakings where both timescales and budgets can easily over run.  This is often due to a lack of knowledge and the confusing choice of available solutions.  Selecting which process best suits your façade material and business demands are difficult decisions.

Further complications make the task fraught with uncertainty. These include consideration of access, containment of materials, security, potential disruption and choosing the right process for your building.  Get it wrong and you could cause irreversible damage but to get it right you probably need help.

The Ultimate Façade Cleaning Guide is an informative and free technical information guide from façade cleaning specialists Thomann-Hanry.   This new publication has been thoughtfully developed to provide you with more details about the range of restorative processes available and the benefits that a non-scaffold, dry and non-abrasive façade cleaning method can offer compared to traditional methods.

The guide offers an in-depth look at traditional façade cleaning methods and their characteristics in order to understand both their benefits and pitfalls. Included are issues surrounding access, water and waste containment as well as   potential impacts on both building occupiers and the public.

Written in simple, no-nonsense language, this comparative guide gives clear and accurate advice to make your building façade cleaning project an effective trouble free success.

Get your free guide from Thomann Hanry here.

Picture: The Ultimate Façade Cleaning Guide

Article written by Robin Snow

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