These pavers hadn’t been cleaned since the house was built ten years ago. We used hot water at 90 degrees, and high pressure at 4000psi to peel off layers of old grime.

Moss was growing through the pavers, so we used the turbo nozzle on our lance for the fine detail process of blasting the moss out from between the cracks.

The limestone walls were covered in green algae, our pressure cleaner made short work of it, returning the colour to a new-build white.