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Prolong the life of your communal carpet

Posted on May 23, 2022

Communal Carpets can last a long time, almost as long as 10 years if they are taken good care of. But this is easier said than done. Life can be full of surprises and little mishaps such as spills and stains on your carpet. And of course the hustle of everyday to make matters go […]

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Prioritise Periodic Cleaning

Posted on April 12, 2022

Why you should prioritise periodic cleaning within building management schedule and how it can help maintain or even return the surfaces and fabrics to as good as new. The premises which you live or operate from is a representation of you and is the first thing people see when they enter your building. Therefore, the […]

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WATER FED POLE WINDOW CLEANING Q & A

Posted on April 12, 2022

In today’s article we answer your water fed pole window cleaning questions so you will be better informed when asking window cleaning contractors to quote for your property. Gone are the days of the window cleaner battling their way up a slightly unstable ladder to valiantly reach the upper windows of the house or office, […]

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How to clean waste bins

Posted on February 11, 2022

How to clean waste bins? Cleaning waste bins and household wheelie bins is an unpleasant but sometimes necessary task. One of the most unpleasant household jobs is to clean waste bins. A dustbin of any kind is the perfect place for germs to breed because food starts to rot the second it’s thrown away. Warm, […]

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Paying cleaners a living wage is important

Posted on January 24, 2022

As Britain begins to recovery from the pandemic, Peter Gray – Managing Director of cleaning and maintenance company Protech Property Solutions Ltd – emphasises that returning to ‘normal’ would be a disaster for cleaners who have long suffered low pay and exploitation in the sector. The events of the past year have made crystal clear how much […]

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Why cleaning contractors charge so much?

Posted on June 28, 2021

Why do professional cleaning contractors charge so much? With the recent deep cleaning and sanitisation of thousands of medical facilities, schools, care homes, commercial and residential properties following the coronavirus pandemic in the UK, the staff working for commercial cleaning services providers have really proven themselves to be some of Britain’s key workers. But there’s […]

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Importance of Graffiti Removal Service

Posted on June 18, 2021

Importance of Graffiti Removal Service – If you own a home, public building or other structure and it has been vandalised with graffiti, you understandably want it removed immediately, especially if the content is graphic or vulgar in nature. Leaving it can lead to embarrassment, as well as loss of business and reputation. Graffiti can […]

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WE ANSWER YOUR WATER FED POLE WINDOW CLEANING QUESTIONS

Posted on June 10, 2021

In today’s article we answer your water fed pole window cleaning questions so you will be better informed when asking window cleaning contractors to quote for your property. Gone are the days of the window cleaner battling their way up a slightly unstable ladder to valiantly reach the upper windows of the house or office, […]

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Are your premises COVID-19 hygiene clean

Posted on March 30, 2021

Are your premises COVID-19 Hygiene Clean? The one question that you should always ask your cleaning supplier is ‘How do I know the cleaning and disinfecting process has worked?’ How long does COVID-19 survive on surfaces? The survival time for viruses is generally 9 days depending on the surface and environment. There was a study […]

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Return to Work Safely After Lockdown

Posted on March 1, 2021

Return to Work Safely After Lockdown The messaging sent to the different nations of the United Kingdom involving lockdowns, firebreaks and other measures to reduce the spread of Coronavirus is evolving. However, the message tends to remain the same. Continue to work at home (where you can), do as much outside exercise as you want, […]

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