We are a Driveway & Patio area Cleaning company in Ballybough.
Our expert services can deep clean and bring back a wide range of surface areas utilizing a commercial high pressure washing force as much as 275 bars (4,000 psi) with a removable flat surface area cleaning system run by certified team.
The special effective flat surface area cleaning system removes the threats of harming your driveway and quickly rubs out any zebra striping and lines triggered by domestic power washers and it is absolutely chemical complimentary. We head out of our method to bring brand-new life into your tough surface areas and paved locations.
We are signed up SmartSeal installers, we pride on utilizing this finest selling Irish products, for fantastic long-term outcomes. AquaLuxe Driveway Cleaning Services comprehends the significance of securing your financial investment in your residential or commercial property by having actually a decoratively paved driveway or patio area Jet-Washed. We are here to assist you preserve that financial investment and make sure that your residential or commercial property looks its finest at all times
Our cleaning company will get rid of the develop of moss, weeds, surface area gunk, algae and Oil or Diesel Stains. We advise re-sanding and re-sealing your paving to assist secure it even more, not just does
re-sanding bring brand-new life to your outdoor patio or driveway, however by sealing the surface area, weeds are avoided from growing back so rapidly.
High pressure Jet Washing for Commercial and Private Clients in Ballybough
- Block Re-Sanding & Sealing
- Decking Cleaning & Staining Ballybough
- Natural Sandstone & Slate Sealing
- Crazy Paving Sealing
- Imprinted & slab Concrete Sealing
- Re-Pointing & Mortar Repairs
- Moss & Lichens Removal Treatment
- Oil and Diesel Removal
- Weeds & Fungus removal
- Chewing-gum Removal
- Graffiti Removal
- 1 Storey Roof & Gutter Cleaning
- Porch Roof Cleaning
- Tarmac Restoring
- Wet Pour & Tennis Courts
- Car Park Cleaning
- Conservatory Jet-Washing
- General Gardening with Jet-Washing
- Garden Tidy up & Green Waste Removal
- Commercial & Residential Properties
Professional Driveway Cleaning Ballybough
In time driveways can end up being undesirable and slippery, making the location risky to stroll on due to the develop of weeds, moss and algae. Your driveway is the very first part of your house individuals see. If you get your driveway cleaned it will it will make a substantial distinction to the general look of your residential or commercial property.
Our equipment is created to tackle this with ease, cleaning and getting rid of particles and algae. We attain incredible outcomes – everytime!
Keeping your driveway kept increases the worth of your residential or commercial property. So whether you are offering your residential or commercial property or simply desire your driveway cleaned up and refurbished, look no more and book in with Ballybough AquaLuxe.
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Ballybough (Irish: An Baile Bocht, “the poor town”) is an inner city district of northeast Dublin city, Ireland. Situated north of the Summerhill Parade /N.C.R. intersection to Drumcondra and east of the N.C.R. to the River Tolka at Fairview, adjacent areas include the North Strand and Clonliffe. Before its urbanization in the late 19th century, Ballybough was known as Mud Island, owing to its proximity to the mud flats that now form Fairview and environs. In 2013, Dublin City councillor Nial Ring started a controversial campaign to change the official Irish name from Baile Bocht to Baile Bog, on the grounds that ‘Poor Town’ was insulting to the residents. A counter-campaign was started by some Irish-speaking residents.
There is an old Jewish cemetery, Ballybough Cemetery, on Fairview Strand near Ballybough Bridge (now renamed Luke Kelly Bridge) — the bridge that formed the central point of the Battle of Clontarf. Inspired by this cemetery Dublin poet Gerry McDonnell wrote his collection of poetry, ‘Mud Island Elegy’, on the Jewish community of Ireland in the 19th century.