brick & stone cleaning windsor
Windsor Brick & Stone Cleaning Specialists
are you from the Windsor area and looking for a reputable company for brick & stone cleaning?
We are brick and stone cleaning specialists, with over 35 years of experience. As approved contractors for Stonehealth Doff & Torc Stone/Building Cleaning, you can feel confident in our expertise. We use non-intrusive systems and take pride in ensuring that brickwork is restored to its former glory.
We are based in Berkshire, with head office based in central Windsor. We have done countless brick and stone cleaning jobs in Windsor and around surrounding areas. We have even been featured in the Windsor Observer and national cleaning publications for our services. Find out more below or contact us.
Local to Berkshire area
The Structural Repairs team are local to the Berkshire area. We have done jobs in many locations in and around Berkshire including Windsor, Eton, Slough, Reading and Ascot.
Head office in Windsor
In 2020 we moved our head office to Windsor. Now based out of the arches at the centre of Windsor, we are ideally positioned to serve Windsor and the surrounding areas.
Over 35 years of experience
With over 35 years of experience, we pride ourselves in the trustworthy and authentic manner in which we conduct business.
Windsor arch brick cleaning
Our arch in Windsor
We moved to Windsor last year into one of the unoccupied arches. After being dormant for over 25 years, the bricks were in porous condition and needed cleaning.
Our brick cleaning solution
As approved contractors of Stonehealth Doff systems, we were able to gently remove algae and moss from the bricks, cleaning them to back to a sublime condition.
Windsor office case study
We have a full case study available which breaks down the brick cleaning project we undertook in our head office at the centre of Windsor.
Charitable cleaning in Windsor
Stone war memorial cleaning
The day before Remembrance Sunday 2020, our team volunteered to clean stone war memorials in Windsor and Eton including Parish Church and Eton College.
Featured in Windsor Observer
Feedback from RBWM council
Cllr Samantha Rayner, deputy leader of the Royal Borough, said: “The transformation is spectacular. The War Memorial is central to our commemoration of that day and lists the names of our town.”