Render and Roughcast Cleaning Edinburgh
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Render and Roughcast Cleaning in Edinburgh
Time and inclement weather conditions can take their toll on the roughcast and render of buildings, making them appear older and unsightly passers-by and visitors. A once-white building can easily become streaked with multi-colored oxide stains, or covered in hideous algae and moss.
Many property owners wrongly assume that they can simply paint over the affected areas and have the building looking new again. In reality, however, what they need is a professional render and roughcast cleaning service. Not only is it the cheaper option, but it also ensures that your building stays looking new for longer. A win-win situation all around.
That’s what you can expect with our expert render and roughcast cleaning services here at Window Shine. We are the premier cleaning company serving residents across Edinburgh, including Dalgety Bay, Aberdour, Dunfermline, Crossgates, Inverkeithing, Rosyth, Crossford, Cairneyhill, and the other nearby towns.
How We Clean Your Building’s Render and Roughcast
Roughcast cleaning requires a professional touch to ensure there is no damage caused during the process. Our technicians will first take the time to inspect the affected areas and decide on the appropriate cleaning solution and cleaning method to use. They’ll lightly spray the special cleaning solution over your walls and then gently rinse it off. Some scrubbing may be necessary in certain cases to gain the desired effect.
This type of render cleaning ensures that no there are no stones dislodged or lost during the cleaning process. The cleaning solutions we use are 100% in eradicating algae and moss, as well as preventing their regrowth and so your walls can look like new for longer.
To improve our cleaning services, we’ve studied the science behind render discolorations and organic growth infestations, which has given us greater insight into developing unique, high-quality treatments. We also offer protective coatings to keep your render looking fresh, while also protecting the surface from corrosion or damage.
100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee
Window Shine delivers 100% customer satisfaction on every cleaning job that we do. We are not happy until we receive that ecstatic nod of approval. For your absolute peace of mind, we are also fully insured with a public liability and treatment risk coverage. Our cleaning crews are fully trained in health and safety practices, and are fully equipped with the latest cleaning equipment for excellent results.
Domestic and commercial residents across Edinburgh have come to trust Window Shine as the leading name in professional render and roughcast cleaning — and with good reason. We genuinely care about our local community and are passionate about making a difference to the curb appeal of your property. We can work with you to set up an effective maintenance plan to make sure your residential or commercial property is in tiptop conditions throughout the year.
Call us for professional render & roughcast cleaning in Edinburgh today!
Get started today with a FREE no-obligation quote by calling us on 07564 442988 or 01383 601223. You can also reach us by filling out our contact form and uploading pictures of the areas that need our expert touch. We’ll be sure to get back to you shortly.
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Render and Roughcast Cleaning Services in Edinburgh – Areas We Serve
We clean render and roughcast throughout Edinburgh and the surrounding areas.
EH1 – Mostly consists of Edinburgh’s Old Town. Also hosts the old GPO building (at EH1 1AA) and the areas immediately to the north of this are also included, that is St. James Centre and the areas down Leith Street and Broughton Street.
EH2 – The New Town and central commercial area of Edinburgh which includes Princes Street.
EH3 – An odd shaped area surrounding EH1 and EH2 to the north, west and south. It can be divided into three distinct areas:
- The New Town area, north of Queen Street and northwards to Stockbridge.
- The West End, including some of Edinburgh’s financial district
- The Tollcross and Fountainbridge areas.
EH4 – Radiates from the older and more central areas out to the suburban areas added to them, as the city grew outwards during the 20th century. EH4, then, branches out from Dean Village and Comely Bank along a corridor centred on the A90 as far as Barnton and Cramond. Central to this area is the Sainsbury’s in Craigleith Retail Park adjacent to the A90.
EH5 – Based on a village formerly separate from the city; in this case, Granton on the Firth of Forth. EH5 extends inwards from the coast to Ferry Road.
EH6 – Covers Leith, as well as Newhaven bordering it on the west.
EH7 – The inner city area between central Edinburgh and Leith, and radiates out to Restalrig and Craigentinny.
EH8 – The inner city Southside, Newington and Canongate areas, in the west of the postcode area. It spreads eastwards around Holyrood Park to take in areas like Abbeyhill and Mountcastle; being in east Edinburgh these areas have no obvious connection with the Southside. However the postcode effectively takes in the area surrounding Holyrood Park.
EH9 – The inner city, Marchmont and Grange, Blackford and around Minto Street, including Causewayside.
EH10 – A corridor along the A702 from Bruntsfield, through Morningside as far as Fairmilehead.
EH11 – A corridor (rather thin in shape) along the A71 from Haymarket Station, through Gorgie and Stenhouse to Sighthill and the Calders.
EH12 – A corridor along the A8 from Haymarket through Murrayfield and Corstorphine as far as the Gyle.
EH13 – Based on the previously separate village of Colinton, and including Oxgangs.
EH14 – A corridor in south-west Edinburgh starting at Slateford, through Longstone, Wester Hailes, Juniper Green, Currie and on to Balerno.
EH15 – Based on Portobello and Duddingston, formerly separate settlements to Edinburgh.
EH16 – Based on the formerly separate village of Liberton. It extends north and north-east to Cameron Toll, Craigmillar and Niddrie.
EH17 – Based on the formerly separate village of Gilmerton, taking in Moredun and extending westwards as far as Mortonhall.