Protecht Cleaning Services
Protecht Cleaning Services

Building Cleaning

The presentation is everything in business and your building is no different. The last thing you want is to create a poor first impression with current or potential clients due to a tired and dirty looking building.

As a skilled and proficient team, we specialise in exterior building cleaning services and we work extremely hard to deliver exceptional quality building cleaning.

We understand how important it is to keep your building in tip-top condition. It is essential to prevent the build-up of moss and algae, cleaning away dirt and removing any pollutants which can stain a building over time. Some buildings may require pressure washing, other buildings require more care and attention to detail using specialist soft washing equipment. Restoring creams and high standard techniques may also be needed.

Cleaning the exterior of a building can be a difficult and time consuming task, not to mention the dangers of attempting the cleaning work if you are not properly trained and you are without the correct equipment.

We have the resources to address all height and access issues associated with building cleaning and we always ensure that our work adheres to relevant health and safety legislation so your staff, visitors and the general public are safeguarded during necessary cleaning work.

We work with a number of businesses in a wide range of buildings including factories, warehouses, offices, commercial units and more. No matter how obscure the building is, we can clean it!

We will, if required, clean your window glass when you get the external building cleaned.

Ask for a free, no obligation quote.


Protecht Cleaning & Support Services
Protecht Cleaning & Support Services
Protecht Cleaning & Support Services
Protecht Cleaning & Support Services


2018 Protecht Cleaning & Support Services
Protecht Cleaning & Support Services
2018 Protecht Cleaning & Support Services
Protecht Cleaning & Support Services
2018 Protecht Cleaning & Support Services