Historically listed house washing is not to be taken lightly. It requires a delicate touch on the bulding and it invariably requires a lot of artful manoeuvering around the gardens. Woodlands is no exception to this rule.
The house itself is tall and complex but it was washed with skill and a light touch in pouring rain and came up looking as grand as it did when it was built back in 1872.
Aside from being an iconic grand old lady, Woodlands also happens to be one of the Hamilton area's premier wedding venues. This house is regularly photgraphed on very special occasions so it was fantastic to be involved in keeping it looking its very best.
Painting Woodlands costs a fortune and so too, does the average family home. If you want to extend the life of your paint, then you need to wash it. And when you do wash it, you need to do it right. You need to go light on the solution and you need to use a top rate company that won't put pressure on the surface. The safest and softest house wash available is found at Green Agenda. The proof lies in the pics!