Why is cladding cleaning so important?
Cladding is used for residential properties as a protective ‘weatherproofing’ layer. It adds to the appearance of the home creating a visual contrast to the brick work or render which surrounds it. So, it needs to look its best.
Its corrugated style structure, though, means dirt and dust gather in the grooves and channels.
Over time, the cladding will appear discoloured. It can become damaged by the elements and environment. And, without maintenance and cleaning, organic growth, such as algae, moss, and lichens develop.
In a commercial environment, cladding is often used to construct industrial units. Adding exterior protection as well as to the aesthetics of a building. Again, over time, the cladding becomes dirty and grimy. Particularly in areas with high traffic flow, fumes, and pollution, on top of natural environmental impact.