Building Facade Restoration: Respray, Replace Or Restore?
Building facade restoration is a service that is used by many different businesses and individuals that own various types of buildings. However, it isn't the only option available when it comes to making the exterior of a building look brand new. So, should you be restoring, respraying or replacing parts of the building's exterior?
A good example to consult in regards to this topic is windows. Glass plays a prominent part in both residential and commercial building properties (particularly those utilising modern or contemporary design styles). Whilst cleaning can help remove the dirt from windows, it cannot deal with staining, concrete deposits, etching and soiling that can occur over time. However, a company performing facade cleaning and glazing restoration can sort out this problem by using safe solutions to make the glass look as good as new. So, restoration is definitely a great option, but how does it compare to glazing replacement? Well, when it comes to replacing glass, this requires hiring a contractor to perform the job. Then you are also responsible for the cost of buying the new glazing. Outside of cost, there is then the time, effort and disruption caused by having the glass on your building replaced. In fact, when it comes to general cladding cleaning and the restoration of a facade, restoration from a company can be up to 12 times cheaper than replacement. When it comes to respraying a façade for example, this can also be up to three times more expensive than restoration.
The benefits of building facade restoration are clear: not just from a financial perspective, but also from other perspectives too. If you want restoration performed on the exterior of your property or building, get in touch with us at See Brilliance Ltd. We have been providing cost-effective, high-quality restoration and cleaning services to clients for over 30 years. To find out more, visit http://www.seebrilliance.com, call 01635 230 888 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.