Brick cleaning has changed over the last few years.
But chemicals and cleaning materials have changed over the years – and so have the brick manufacturers‘s processes. Now they will often specify what material to use when cleaning the brick.
So while many construction companies call us asking for an acid wash, we know that’s just a generic term for cleaning the mortar off. We make sure we use the appropriate materials and techniques to do the job right.
This may mean checking with the brick manufacturer to see what they suggest. Different bricks have different levels of minerals like iron that can change color if the wrong material us used to clean them.
Other discoloration issues can arise because some bricks have a special finish on their surface. So using the right material is the first step in making sure the mortar is cleaned from the surface of the brick without changing the appearance of the brick itself.
Don’t spend your money training an inexperienced pressure washing company. Call someone with the experience to do the job right.
For experienced brick cleaning and mortar removal, call our office at 303-937-7181 or email us at email@example.com.
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