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Transforming the face of buildings with pioneering cleaning systems.


We believe all buildings are important, no matter of their heritage, age or use. The exterior of your building influencers a visitors opinion before they even set foot inside.


Façade cleaning and restoration were once a privilege for national landmarks such as St Pauls or Westminster due to expensive methods of cleaning and access. We focus on creating innovative cleaning solutions that make facade restoration inclusive for everyone no matter what the budget. We clean and restore scaffold-free! Our solutions yield impressive results with minimal disruption every time.


Before After No Scaffolding


Façade Restoration


Above is a recent project we worked on with a Housing Association. The render on the left was extremely discoloured and our client believed the only option was to paint. We restored the facade in full with no need to scaffold! They saved over 70% in access costs and no painting was required.


We use innovative methods in access along with cleaning equipment we 3D print in house we can clean and restore façades up to 8 floors high with no scaffolding required. We can restore, brick, stone, cladding, render, metal, marble and much more.


Get in touch with us for a free sample clean for your facade. Call 020 3551 6206 Email info@spectrumss.co.uk or visit our website at : www.spectrumspecialistsupport.co.uk


ROTARIES | INJECTION EXTRACTION | VACUUMS | SCRUBBER DRYERS | CIMEX THREE BRUSH | ESCALATOR/SWEEPERS | AIR MOVERS


www.truvox.com


Global Floorcare Solutions


T: +44 (0) 23 8070 6600


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