A Note From Our MD
I was asked if it mattered... if it really mattered to clean and restore the face of buildings?
The answer to this question for me is far more complex than it may seem. What we are maintaining and restoring are not just the face of buildings but the environment we all call home. The state of a building has a huge impact on the environment and the attitudes that surround it. As we began to look at ways in which we could reduce the complications around maintaining buildings we concluded that the reason façade regeneration was left for national landmarks such as St Pauls was due to the budget and technical knowledge required.
Traditional methods of preserving and maintaining the face of a building were extremely disruptive and expensive but what if we could find another way?
Over the past 10 years we have been adding an additional level of care combined with a curiosity in order to deliver a far greater result for our clients. What began as small experiments to improve efficiencies and cost turned into so .much more. In 2015 we began 3d printing our equipment, we noticed a gap in the market to create a much better product, to enable us to restore the face of a building with less disruption, less cost and less complication.
We are on a mission to revolutionise the way our industry looks at facade restoration. We believe all buildings should be cared for no matter of their heritage age or use. We are making this possible by providing creative and innovative cleaning solutions that are accessible to every building across the globe.