Two Brothers Maintenance have been carrying out pressure washing in Birmingham and the surrounding areas for many years. As a result, we have built up the necessary knowledge, skills and professional grade equipment to tackle a varied range of pressure washing tasks. You’ll be amazed by the difference it can make to a wide range of surfaces, from tarmac and brickwork to decking and cladding.
Our state-of-the-art high pressure cleaning equipment makes quick work of staining, moss and algae, grease, grime and general dirt build-up. Your outdoor spaces will look great and they’ll also be less hazardous once slippery residue has been blasted away.
We use modern, powerful pressure / jet washing machines that cut through stubborn stains. Although we specialise in the commercial sector, most of our equipment can also be used in residential spaces.
We provide one-time cleaning and routine visits to keep exteriors presentable all year round. We can restore everything, from muddy carparks to slippery driveways to patios and algae-ridden pathways.
Cleaning of timber decking is also a common request, restoring the original wood grain and natural colours ahead of varnishing or repainting.
There are many hard surfaces suitable for pressure washing and /or targeted moss treatment, including:
When a block paved surface is pressure washed correctly, some of the jointing sand binding the surface together is removed. In order to return the surface’s tightly bound structure, these gaps need to be filled back in with sand.
It’s important to note that not just any sand should be used for this purpose. We always use a high quality kiln dried sand. This grade of sand is perfect, because it’s fine enough to embed deep down into the joints of the paving. This helps to prevent movement while still allowing for drainage.
Not only is moss and algae very unsightly, it creates huge problems on surfaces by making them dangerously slippery. In some instances, moss can actually cause damage to paths, creating cracks as it grows. It is a very good idea to act swiftly when you notice moss growing on your paths, car parks or other areas where foot and vehicle traffic is present.
Some surfaces are not well suited to using a pressure washer for moss removal. Materials such as tarmac, brittle concrete or artificial turf will be better suited to a targeted moss treatment. We use commercial grade multi-surface mould cleaners to control growth of moss quickly and without the need for pressure washing or scrubbing.
Our treatments have a slow cleaning action in the weeks following and they are extremely successful in the maintenance of moss and algae.
Some of the benefits of pressure washing your home or business’s patios, paths and driveways include:
Our services are predominantly in the commercial sector, but are also available to private or residential clients. We clean sports grounds, playgrounds, communal areas, large drives and many surfaces surrounding commercial properties. Plus, we provide competitive contracts for routine cleaning and ground maintenance. Call for more details.
We can carry out cleaning or moss treatments on solid flat surface roofs, but not on pitched or tiled roofs.
The short answer is, yes! Failure to re-sand a block paved surface, especially if used for vehicles, will cause structural problems in the future. Kiln dried sand applied to the paving gaps helps to provide a level of friction and locks the pavers into place, creating a strong weight bearing surface. A professional cleaning company should always inform you of this as part of the cleaning process.
Don’t let grime get the better of your hard surfaces. Contact the Two Brothers Maintenance team to arrange pressure washing in Birmingham today.