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Steam Cleaning For Conservation

Steam and pressure cleaning can offer a huge amount to conservation and refurbishment projects, capable of making brickwork and even ancient timbers look like new.

Utilising low pressure sand blasting and pressure steam cleaning to remove dirt and grime built up over decades

Over our 20 years working with blast cleaning and pressure steam cleaning we have found many building conservationists nervous of the damage that shotblasting can do to brickwork and timber. We have taken the time to specialise in using our equipment in such a way that it does not damage surfaces, utilising low pressure sand blasting or even pressure steam cleaning to remove dirt and grime built up over decades leaving just the original and perfectly clean building material behind.

Before Shotblasting

Whatever the building or conservation project you are working on, TC Seamarks has the ideal solution for bringing it up like new. Contact us today and we can arrange a no obligation survey and quotation with one of our expert team.

All kinds of renovations and refurbishments

From churches and old university buildings to historical sites and all kinds of renovations and refurbishments we have applied our knowledge, expertise and the very latest in pressure cleaning and sandblasting equipment to just about every kind of building material. Fully insured to carry out stonework cleaning, low pressure vapour blasting and oak beam cleaning we can also apply a variety of stone cleaning agents to surfaces to get stonework looking pristine and like new.

Based in Bedfordshire we focus work in the Home Counties and south east but can travel UK wide to meet the most specialist requirements. We work in London, Birmingham, Leeds, Sheffield, Liverpool, Manchester, Bristol, Cardiff, Coventry, Leicester, Brighton, Plymouth, Derby, Southampton, Westminster, Portsmouth, Oxford, Chester, Cambridge, Exeter, Milton Keynes, Colchester, Norwich, Nottingham, Wolverhampton, Maidstone and Southend.