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years we have remained focused on our original principles, which are chiefly a dedication to delivering excellent standards of cleaning, reinforced by strong account management support.

As a leading contract cleaning firm in the city, what services do you offer to your clients?

Peartree Cleaning Services have been helping our readers and offering them invaluable advice in the Ask the Expert column for the last few months now, so we thought that our contract cleaning feature would be the ideal opportunity to learn more about them. This month we speak to Claire Fowler, Health, Safety and Environmental Director of Peartree Cleaning Services, who tells us about the company and the services that they offer.

How long has Peartree Cleaning Services been established?

Peartree Cleaning Services was founded in 1986 by Managing Director, Bradley Reames. Our growth since then has been consistent due to our long-term aims and objectives to remain independent and to continually invest in the business in terms of management, administration infrastructure and new technology, as a platform for continued expansion and success. This vision has enabled Peartree to develop into a leading independent provider of high quality cleaning and support services. Throughout the last 24

We provide a total cleaning and ancillary support services, including, office cleaning, window and facade cleaning, washroom hygiene services, carpet and upholstery cleaning, IT and server room cleaning, waste management and specialist floor cleaning.

What makes Peartree unique and why would a company work with you as opposed to another contract cleaning company?

Peartree Cleaning Services are a professional, flexible, experienced company with competitive pricing. We are a totally independent, medium sized cleaning contractor. Our directors and operations management team are all experienced, having held senior management positions in the cleaning industry for many years. Our people are our most valuable asset. Our cleaning operatives are made to feel part of the organisation. They all receive training and regular communication from the operations managers and from head office. We are committed to the health and safety of our employees and anyone affected by our work and presence onsite.

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What are Peartree Cleaning Services company core values?

Our employees, we encourage our staff to progress and succeed; our clients, meeting and exceeding their expectations; our services, providing a consistent quality cleaning and support services; our environmental and social awareness, creating and improving work places in an environmentally and socially responsible, sensitive and sustainable manner; and our safeguards, promoting high standards in all health, safety and welfare matters.

How do you see Peartree developing in the future?

We will continue to invest in the company, in our employees and in technology, to ensure that we always provide the best possible services and work to the highest standards. We are constantly looking for new innovative ideas to enhance the operation of our business. For example, we are the first to implement the new CleanLink i-pad application into our business. The CleanLink application has been specifically designed for the cleaning industry, and will allow us to efficiently manage all locations remotely, keep track of updates and maintain client satisfaction. Also, in 2011, we will be re-launching our website, and of course we will continue to invest in our employees and provide them with training opportunities.

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