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Local Render Cleaning Service

At Local Render Cleaning, we provide render cleaning services at the highest quality with the best equipment and most modern render cleaning techniques. With years of experience and knowledge about render, you can’t go wrong with Local Render Cleaning’s effective and efficient render cleaning. 

Below are some frequently asked questions that have been answered. If you have any more questions or inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us either by filling out the form, emailing us, using the chatbot, or ringing or texting us to talk with a friendly render cleaner in your area.

What is render cleaning?

You can find render on the exterior of buildings all across the UK. This simple yet attractive material is very low-maintenance. However, over the years, algae, lichen, dirt, pollution, and other substances can build up on render and not only cause it to become an eye-sore, but also damage the render itself.

Is render cleaning necessary?

For many reasons, yes, it is. Not only will render cleaning improve the look of your residential, commercial, or industrial property, but it also preserves the colour and condition of your rendering. Render cleaning will attract more customers to your business, making it appealing and professional. It will also increase the curb appeal of your home, increasing its value in some cases and making it more appealing to buyers.

Render is also designed to be a breathable covering. A build-up of dirt and algae will prevent the render from doing its job and may cause damp and mould issues within the building left uncared for, render can deteriorate and eventually need replacing. Render cleaning, on the other hand, replaces the need to repaint old render. This makes render cleaning cheap in comparison with the price of render replacement or having to paint your render. 

Can you pressure wash rendering?

You can soft wash render. This means using low-pressure water to blast away stains and dirt. Local Render Cleaning’s render cleaning methods are swift and thorough. How do we clean your render? 

Most render is difficult to reach and covers large areas of walls. However,

Green algae and algae, in general, can make a once bright and shining building look dirty and unkempt. Years of exposure to the weather and the elements will cause a great build-up of algae on render. This is especially true if your building’s render is located near an ocean or lake, or if the area you live in experiences a great deal of moisture, damp, and water vapor. Algae will then cling to your building and grow in the sun. Mildew, bacteria, and mould can also turn your render into a hideous sight.

So, how does Local Render Cleaning clean render? Firstly, we’ll assess the area around the building. Our render cleaning techniques involve the use of steam and chemicals. Surrounding vehicles and landscaping will be protected during the cleaning process.

Next, we’ll arrange a way to access the entirety of your render. We can put up temporary scaffolding or use the reach and wash render clean method.

Steaming your render eliminates the need to jet wash and potentially cause more damage than good to the rendering. Then, for the more difficult stains, to kill organic matter, and to prevent future growth, we will use biocides on your rendering. This will produce a much better result than simply soft washing your render, making it look as good as new. Using chemicals will also protect your rendering from future algae, lichen, and mould infestations.

’s latest render cleaning techniques can clean a lot of render in just a small amount of time.

How do you clean algae off render?

Green algae and algae, in general, can make a once bright and shining building look dirty and unkempt. Years of exposure to the weather and the elements will cause a great build-up of algae on render. This is especially true if your building’s render is located near an ocean or lake, or if the area you live in experiences a great deal of moisture, dampness, and water vapor. Algae will then cling to your building and grow in the sun. Mildew, bacteria, and mould can also turn your render into a hideous sight.

So, how does Local Render Cleaners clean render? Firstly, we’ll assess the area around the building. Our render cleaning techniques involve the use of steam and chemicals. Surrounding vehicles and landscaping will be protected during the cleaning process.

Next, we’ll arrange a way to access the entirety of your render. We can put up temporary scaffolding or use the reach and wash render clean method.

Steaming your render eliminates the need to jet wash and potentially cause more damage than good to the rendering. Then, for the more difficult stains, to kill organic matter, and to prevent future growth, we will use biocides on your rendering. This will produce a much better result than simply soft washing your render, making it look as good as new. Using chemicals will also protect your rendering from future algae, lichen, and mould infestations.

How much does render cleaning cost?

Depending on the amount and the accessibility of your rendered walls, professional render cleaning can cost anywhere between £300 to £1300. This price is low in comparison to having to paint or replace your render. The outcome of Local Render Cleaning’s render cleaning is always very satisfying to the customer and it is a joy to see a once tired and filthy looking building (whether commercial or residential) come back to life and look like new. 

Please feel free to read our customer reviews and testimonials. The enormous amount of positive feedback from our render cleaning services brings us to Local Render Cleaning a lot of pleasure as render cleaning is such a satisfying job. 

What are the different types of render?

There are many types of rendering available today on the market. Sometimes different rendering requires different maintenance and care. Render is designed to be a diverse and low-maintenance material. It’s popular on many modern buildings. We’ve found over the years that the different types of material of rendering respond better to adapted cleaning methods.

As render is made to be a flexible exterior wall covering and protection, it comes in many forms. The three main categories of render are silicone, acrylic, and mineral. The best type of render to be used on a building will be determined by the underlying wall material.

The different materials used in rendering each respond uniquely to dirt, pollution, and organic growth such as algae, mould, and lichen. At Local Render Cleaning, we’ll always make sure to treat the type of render you possess with care and adapt and tailor our methods to give your render the best treatment possible. 

Mineral render, for example, may require more frequent cleans and attention as it is somewhat absorbent. As it is a top-coat for your home, protecting it from the wind and rain whilst looking sleek and stylish, it is imperative that it is properly cleaned by professionals who have the right amount of experience in the trade. Going about cleaning render in the wrong way will actually damage your render, causing long-term issues that will need to be addressed, sometimes at a price.

Other types of render may be more resistant to water and algae and require less cleans. Whether it’s a one-off or a regular clean, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us at Local Render Cleaning and we’ll be happy to help you with any render cleaning related work you need professionally done.

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