We can deal with all of your steam cleaning needs!

Here at DH Steam Cleaning, we work with a team of cleaners who have years of experience when it comes to dealing with high level and specialised steam cleaning. We have worked in a range of different settings including both domestic and commercial steam cleaning.

Warehouse Steam Cleaning

We have a team who are able to deal with steam cleaning within the warehouse and factory setting. This means that they’re able to steam clean metal floors, metal cladding walls, roofs and brick walls as well as carpets and even roll shutter doors you may have. Steam cleaning is just as effective as pressure washing, whilst being a more gentle process which means that you don’t need to worry about any damage occurring to your warehouse.

Brick Cleaning

Talking about brick cleaning, we are carry out steam cleaning services on commercial premises which include car parks, retail parks, streets and leisure centers. We also carry out domestic brick steam cleaning which includes cleaning patios and driveways.

Graffiti and Chewing Gum Removal

A lot of our clients and customers come from a more commercial background and we carry out a lot of graffiti and chewing gum removal. You want your customers to have the best first impression possible and that can’t be possible with chewing gum stops and unsightly graffiti covering the walls. Steam cleaning is a more gentle way of removing these compared to pressure washing. Our equipment has been carefully selected to do the best job possible and to avoid damaging your surface materials. Whatever chemicals we may use in the process is then carefully removed and neutralised again to keep in line with all health and safety laws.

DH Steam Cleaning

If you are looking for something more specific when it comes to steam cleaning, why not ask if we do it? We’re more than happy to put together a bespoke plan that works for your cleaning issues, no matter what environment you’re in. Our head office is based in Radcliffe, and our cleaning teams cover all of Manchester and even further out.


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