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Premier Paint Works offers top-quality waterblasting services to help restore and revitalize the surfaces of your property. With our expertise and advanced equipment, we can effectively remove dirt, grime, mold, mildew, and other contaminants, leaving your surfaces looking clean and refreshed.

At Premier Paint Works, we understand the importance of maintaining a clean and well-maintained exterior. Our skilled technicians are trained in the proper techniques of waterblasting and utilize high-pressure water jets to safely and efficiently clean a variety of surfaces, including driveways, decks, fences, walls, roofs, and more.

Whether you’re preparing your surfaces for painting, getting rid of unsightly stains, or simply wanting to improve the overall appearance of your property, our waterblasting services are tailored to meet your specific needs. We take pride in delivering outstanding results that exceed your expectations.

Customer satisfaction is our priority, and we strive to provide a hassle-free experience. Our friendly team will work closely with you, discussing your requirements and assessing the surfaces to be cleaned. We use the appropriate water pressure and cleaning agents to ensure optimal results while maintaining the integrity of your surfaces.

Choose Premier Paint Works for professional waterblasting services that restore the beauty and cleanliness of your property. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and let our experts handle your waterblasting needs with precision and expertise.

Water Blasting – (Frequently Asked Questions)

Waterblasting is the process of using a high-pressure stream of water to remove debris, dirt, grime, moss, and other contaminants from the surface. Water blasting can be used to remove contaminants from different types of surfaces. It is also known as hydro blasting or high-pressure water jetting. 

Water blasting is a highly effective and versatile method that can be used to clean a wide range of surfaces; some of these include:

  • Industrial cleaning ensures all equipment and working surfaces are clean in various industries, including manufacturing, transportation, etc.
  • Water blasting is also super effective in getting rid of graffiti from walls of buildings (residential and commercial)
  • Concrete cleaning for sidewalks, driveways, roofs, and patios. 
  • Water blasting can also be used for surface preparations for processes including painting, coating, layering, etc.

Water blasting is an increasingly effective method of cleaning surfaces. Here are some benefits that you can enjoy through our services:

  • Water blasting effectively removes a wide range of substances from surfaces, including graffiti, rust, old paint, moss and even concrete. 
  • It is a relatively more environmentally friendly method of cleaning as it does not require harsh chemicals.
  • Cleaning with water blasting is a speedy process compared to other cleaning methods.
  • It is a cost-effective way of cleaning surfaces with other methods. 
  • Water blasting can be used to clean a wide range of surfaces, including industrial, residential, and commercial spaces.

Yes, water blasting is safe for most surfaces. If you are unsure about whether the surface you want to get cleaned through high-pressure water cleaning, then it is best to call our experts for a visit. They have years of experience in dealing with cleaning surfaces and will be able to assist. Contact us on  0211 706 340. You can also email us at mandy@premierpaintworks.co.nz with your concerns or highlight any specific requirements or inquiries you may have. 

Usually, it doesn’t. The water is pressurised and passes through a narrow nozzle, which concentrates the force of the water into a powerful jet. This jet can effectively remove even the toughest of stains without having to use any harsh chemicals.

The duration of the water blasting project depends on the following factors:

  • The type and thickness of the material that is being removed. 
  • The size of the area to be treated. 
  • The power of the water blasting jet to be used. 
  • The desired level of surface cleanliness.