External Facade Cleaning For Dilapidations
External facade cleaning is a specialist cleaning job that can only be done right by the right professionals. Such exterior cleaning is used by clients in a whole number of industries, as well as by private property and house owners. This type of external building cleaning service is also performed when it comes to dilapidations.
What do we define as a 'dilapidation'? According to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), this refers to when there has been a breach in the lease covenant in regards to the condition of the property either during tenancy or when a lease has ended. Properties must meet a certain standard to be either sold or re-leased. Dilapidation may sound extreme, but it can also be something as simple as painting or cleaning a wall, as well as larger external building cleaning jobs. It is in these larger jobs that cleaning and exterior building professionals are required for, including completely cleaning, restoring, repairing, respraying and/or installing new fixtures or features. This is where services such as facade cleaning and cladding cleaning can come in. Such cleaning work is identified by a professional surveyor, such as a member of RICS, who specifies that these changes must be made before the property re-enters the rental or property market. A schedule of dilapidations is drawn up which lists the property's building problems. This is sent to both the landlord and tenant, outlining the work that is required – such as cleaning of cladding or the cleaning of an external facade.
At See Brilliance Ltd, we have helped countless tenants, landlords and refurbishment companies with our expert advice, facade services and practical cleaning support in relation to external facade cleaning and cladding washing services. You'll even find us exhibiting at RICS' Dilapidations Conference each year. Join our loyal clients and benefit from our company's 30+ years of external restoration and cleaning experience by visiting http://www.seebrilliance.com, by calling 01635 230 888 or via firstname.lastname@example.org.