All posts by: Chris King

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OAK BEAMS Low pressure blasting oak beams. This work in progress, is on a mixed restoration project requiring a gentle approach, to clean & restore this very old buildings timbers BRICK FIREPLACE & CHIMNEY BREAST At CJK, we take great pride in supplying the best of low pressure abrasive blasting. Historic buildings require a slow […]

STONEWORK CLEANING Steam cleaning is a great way to clean stonework, this methood allows you to avoid the dangers of high pressure cleaning, with powerful pressure washers. METHOD Cleaning stonework requires a much more gentle approach with heat and lower pressures than a typical pressure washer. Buildings can suffer with high levels of algae growth […]

STEAM CLEANING & PRESSURE WASHING In order to provide high quality service that stand out from the competition, you must be able to offer power with control. Steam Cleaning As the tittle suggests, it must be steam & not just hot water!  Constant steam is normally produced at lower pressures, this is very important in restoration […]

STEAM & PRESSURE WASHING  BLOCK PAVING CLEANING Using steam cleaning & pressure washing equipment, to clean driveways & patio areas. The importance of  cleaning block paving and patio areas, isn’t just to make things look nice.  It’s also a very important area of maintenance, that helps keep them in great condition. Block paving can develop […]

REMOVING PLASTIC PAINT Removing plastic paint from victorian & more modern brickwork This job required a two stage stage approach in order to remove plastic paint,  from a building of two stages ( Old & New ) This building required abrasive blasting, on the more modern section & steam cleaning on the older section. The […]

STEAM CLEANING Victorian brickwork can prove to be quite a challenge, when it comes to paint removal. As the brickwork & lime mortar can be quite soft naturally. The damage that can be caused by using  modern unbreathable paints, is quit substantial. The single most important fact is, these buildings most be able to breathe […]

 ABRASIVE BLASTING VICTORIAN BRICKWORK Many victorian brick buildings suffer from damp issues. This is because they have been painted with modern paints and this stops the building from being able to breath. Removing this paint is the best solution to this issue, because it’s vital for these buildings to breath.