Working closely with local councils or larger county councils, VariBlast can effortlessly remove unsightly graffiti from most types of surface, from concrete to delicate sandstone monuments as well as thick thermoplastic road markings from roads and car parks. With a wide selection of blasting treatments including low and high pressure water, eco-friendly chemical treatments and eco-friendly blast media, we can complete any job quickly and effectively.
Our specialist hot water pavement cleaning service is designed to remove chewing gum and other urban grime, making us very popular with council departments and local shop owners who are continually under pressure to maintain high standards of cleanliness but with limited budgets.
Property restoration, including non-abrasive building cleaning or painting, is a speciality of ours. From tough render, concrete and metal cladding to soft sandstone, our low pressure hot or cold water based systems achieve the best results without damage and with far less mess than traditional sand blasting or chemical stripping techniques and are competitive in price too. Our extensive experience includes low cost housing renovation projects throughout the UK and more difficult logistics within large cities, such as central London.
In most cases, we can provide our own access solutions in the form of MEWP (Mobile Elevated Working Platforms) or even rope access, reducing the need for unsightly and expensive scaffolding.
If you are interested in our services or have a cleaning issue to resolve, then please contact us on 01508 493320 or email email@example.com
EPR Ely Power stationOver the past few years EPR have utilised the services of VariBlast Ltd during major plant shutdowns... I have found VariBlast to be a well organised and professional organisation... Read More >
EPR GlanfordVariBlast carried out some 42mt2 of shot blasting inside the Furnace at EPR Glanford, this work was carried out in a professional way with the operatives having to work in confined space conditions... Read More >
Royal Mail Mount Pleasant Sorting OfficeWith the client spending millions on the largest sorting office in London in the middle of a busy residential area, VariBlast rose to the challenge. Removing many layers of paint and detritus from the … Read More >
RAF MildenhallVariBlast was privileged to be selected to work on this highly technical blast clean and re paint as part of a multi-million pound refurbishment program. We met the clients’ demand of high quality whilst working with the logistics … Read More >
4 Sep 2017 Pendine Range completion in Sight.After 10 weeks on site at the MOD’s Pendine Range in Wales, VariBlast are close to completing the refurbishment of its impressive 1500m long test track. DRY Blast Cleaning & Painting 450m of steel sleepers together with its 1500m (1... Read More >
17 Mar 2015 Variblast gives a fresh look to the Eastern Daily PressNorwich’s infamous Eastern Daily Press (EDP) Head Office building receives a makeover courtesy of Variblast, working in conjunction with Norse. Using ultra high temperature Doff cleaning methods, Variblast Ltd were able to restore the pre-cast concrete facades of the EDP... Read More >
10 Jun 2014 Variblast to give a blast to the pastVariblast’s services have been used to restore the historic Mundesley Hospital on the North Norfolk coast. Removing layers of external paint coatings through the use of both dry and wet blasting techniques, Variblast have been able to expose all original... Read More >
6 Sep 2011 Waveney Surfacing Ltd contract VariBlast to give new tarmac an old lookWorking with Wellington Construction Ltd and Great Yarmouth Conservation officers at the Old Art College in Great Yarmouth, VariBlast was challenged to give a ‘period look’ to the newly laid tarmac car park. This was achieved by using Low Pressure... Read More >
7 Aug 2011 Over 500m of white line removed in Great Yarmouth for Kier Eastern LtdIn preparation for the opening of the new Police Investigation Centre on Thamesfield Way in Great Yarmouth, Kier Eastern Ltd contracted VariBlast to remove over 500m’s of white line along the approach route. Read More >