ThermaClean are highly experienced in removing all types of stains and impurities from all types of stonework being flat or structured, restoring natural colour to the façade without any risk of damage being caused to the stones surface.
Our steam based cleaning machine reaches temperatures of up to 150 degrees and is excellent at removing dirt, grime and paint from your brick work, without causing any damage to the brick surface. Ideal for both heritage and listed buildings and new builds alike.
Façade cleaning is not only done to improve the appearance and aesthetics of stone buildings, but also because soiling can cause decay. Vehicle exhaust emissions and environmental pollution cause not only discolouration of stonework but can actually cause it to deteriorate.
Cleaning a building’s façade isn’t just about improving the way it looks, it’s about preventing or minimising permanent damage to its masonry. ThermaTech remove surface contaminates without the use of harmful chemicals.
Plaster render is a soft exterior that can be easily damaged with normal power washing techniques. ThermaClean’s expert use of ThermaTech machinery ensures that the houses look like new with no damage to the render whatsoever.
Algae, Fungi, Lichen and Mould are some of the most common types of organic matter to inhabit stonework on the Island. We can remove 100% of all organic growths, and also exterminate all biological spores – preventing further infestations.
Discolouration on stone occurs very frequently due to various reasons such as carbonation, corrosion, cracking, dirt deposition, and others. ThermaClean will successfully remove atmospheric and environmental soiling from any stone surface.
Brick, concrete, stone, stucco or other building surfaces can produce white crystals known as efflorescence on the surface. Using gentle abrasion, our super heated water system can remove efflorescence without damaging surfaces.
The project was to remove biological growth, sap and dirt on the sandstone of a townhome built in 2012 that consisted of clay brick and sandstone.
The jobsite is the oldest cemetery in Vancouver, dating back to 1886. The war memorial monument was constructed in 1926 and is cherished and very popular among visitors who come to see it and take pictures of it.
ThermaTech system from Restorative Techniques was chosen to remove surface soiling without disturbing the historic treatment of copperas wash at Apsley House in London.
ThermaTech systems from Restorative Techniques were used to carry out cleaning and repairs to this Grade I listed church, which was built circa 1758.
The ThermaTech equipment from Restorative Techniques was used to clean the Cenotaph, a tall stone war memorial in Whitehall, London.
Damaged and weathered medieval limestone at St Albans was in need of a thorough clean, and equipment from Restorative Techniques were chosen for the project.
Removing harmful materials from stone work allows the substrate to breath, release moisture and salts.
ThermaTech modular range of superheated water cleaning equipment was chosen to give a thorough clean to the Westbury White Horse.
ThermaTech was chosen to restore Belmont House, a Georgian Villa in Lyme Regis, Dorset built in the 1780’s. It is one of the first Georgian seaside villas built in the country, and it is adorned with decorative artificial stone.
ThermaTech systems were used to clean the University Leisure Centre and Restaurant, Limerick, Ireland. A key factor in deciding which cleaning approach to use was that the centre is open seven days a week and has a constant stream of visitors.