Providing your visitors, customers, guests and staff with a welcoming environment that gives the ‘wow factor’ is of great importance. This includes any hard standing areas around your premises. Unfortunately due to Central London’s intense environment, these areas can quickly look grubby through staining from oil, fast food, rubbish, chewing gum, pedestrian traffic and car pollution if not regularly looked after. Westminster’s deep cleansing service is at hand to tackle this issue through bespoke deep cleaning solutions. Your immediate vicinity will look cleaner and feel safer. We will make sure it will also look smarter than the competition’s.
Providing waste and recycling collections is only part of what we do. We also clean an enormous length of streets, public spaces, monuments and structures to an extremely high standard every year. Cleansing goes further than just sweeping up. We also wash, disinfect and deep clean hard standing areas. Our experience here is unrivaled, looking after some of the most high profile public realm in the UK.
We know how to make sure your business’ surroundings look their best by using those cleaning techniques best suited to your circumstances. After all there is no one size fits all approach here. We already work with some of the biggest names in retail, media, property management and hospitality. Why not enquire if you want to know more about the options we have available for you? Westminster is your one stop shop for all environmental services; from collecting your bins to pest control and cleaning of hard standing areas.
Contact us now for an initial consultation, face to face, where we explain our service offering and what can be done via a bespoke solution tailored to your business. The deep cleansing service is competitively priced and offers discounts for regularly scheduled work. We offer a service at a time to suit you, 24 hour a day, 7 days a week. We only use environmentally friendly techniques without hazardous chemicals.
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