Businesses and commercial spaces located near highways or high traffic areas are subjected to high density traffic and ongoing braking. This results in fast grime build-up and dust accumulation, which not only affects the appearance of your building, but shortens the life of even the best paint-work. Charles Wynn, Director, Platinum Painting
With global markets a reality in most industries, the business world is extremely competitive. Attracting customers and retaining the ‘right’ staff can be a challenge. Ensuring your office, warehouse or retail shop looks its best and is kept in top working condition puts you one step closer to presenting a picture of success.
Pressure Cleaning is useful in a number of situations. Helpful in preparing your property for painting, pressure cleaning brings surfaces back to their original state, removing years (or decades) or dirt, dust and grime. Useful in maintaining that ‘just painted’ look, pressure cleaning is a cheaper alternative to a complete re-paint and is often employed to portray a fresh, clean outlook. If you’re looking for a cost-effective solution to improve the curb-side appeal of your business or office, get in touch with the Platinum Painting Company today.
High pressure cleaning is something that should be undertaken on a regular basis, particularly for businesses located close to the CBD, motorways or high traffic areas. Pressure cleaning is also effective at cleaning decks, sidewalks, parking garages and and in complete graffiti removal.Think of it this way – to keep your car in top condition, you need to wash the dirt, dust and grime from its surface regularly. Commercial properties and city shop-fronts are no different. In fact, failure to remove dirt, grime and even mould can make restoration down the track a more expensive task.
If you want to prepare for an upcoming paint job, revitalise a previous paint-job or remove unwanted grime or graffiti, get in touch today. Don’t forget to ask about our Ask us about our Platinum Different program which involves a schedule of periodic ‘touch-ups.’