Fascia Board Cleaning

Cladding Cleaning Services | Manchester

Often grime, grease and algae can make uPVC & Fascia Boards look tired and dirty. Due to the nature of the product, we can wind back the years and bring Fascia Boards back to life using our 'reach and wash' systyem.

The Fascia boards on your property help make your property beautiful and are at their best when kept clean regularly which we are happy to do for you. If however, the uPVC fascia boards on your property has been neglected over a period of time, do not dispair as they can be brought back to a just-like-new condition.

MKM Cleaning offer professional uPVC Cleaning and Fascia Board Cleaning services of all domestic residences and commercial properties accross all areas of Manchester and throughout North West England.

You can rely on MKM Cleaning Ltd for all your Fascia Board Cleaning requirements in Manchester.


Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q. Do you use any industrial chamicals?

    A. No... Never! We will only ever use 100% pure water to carry out the cleaning of your windows, cladding or fascia bords.

  • Q. How can you effectively clean with only water?

    A. The  Water Fed Pole Cleaning System works by constantly pumping Pure Water through a carbon fibre pole on to the cladding. We then scrub, rinse and leave the fascia boards to dry naturally, providing a streak free finish.

    Our Water Fed Pole Cleaning System uses Reverse Osmosis, which reduces normal tap water to its natural state by way of an intense 5 stage filtrationprocess that removes all impurities like calcium & chlorine to give it far more cleaning power. The Pure Water literally sucks up grime from the fascia boards, leaving it sparkling clean.

  • Q. Can your Water Fed Poles or the Pure Water that you use, damage my fascia boards?

    A. No. Our equipment has been designed specifically for the purpose of carrying out domestic and commercial window cleaning as well as the cleaning of uPVC, Cladding and Fascia Boards. More damage is caused to your property by the pollution it is exposed to daily by way of wind, rain and the atmosphere.