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Denis Rawlins Ltd To Represent


Kaivac In UK Kaivac Inc., of Hamilton, OH USA, has recently partnered with Denis Rawlins Ltd (Rawlins) as its representative in the UK. Rawlins has over 40 years of experience working with commercial cleaning equipment, and James White, Managing Director of Rawlins, stated: “We are excited to represent Kaivac and extremely pleased for the opportunity we’ve been given to work with our UK customers, to help improve cleaning programmes and standards through the unique products Kaivac offers.”


Kaivac, originator of the revolutionary No Touch Cleaning® System,


New Best Practice Guidelines Launched By ServiceMaster Clean


A free guide, with fi ve key steps to choosing a reliable and professional commercial cleaning organisation, has been launched by cleaning specialists, ServiceMaster Clean.


Too often, individuals without specialist training are given the task of cleaning. Boardroom carpets, reception area hard fl oors and upholstered sofas, should be regularly and professionally cleaned to give a positive message about the quality of your company.


Choosing the right cleaning provider makes economic sense, as appropriate care and treatment will lengthen the serviceable life of these surfaces. So, what issues need to be considered when sourcing a reliable and professional contract cleaner? Some of the steps recommended in the guide include:


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• A trusted track record Always look at the contractor’s experience, particularly with similar sized contracts and sectors. To make sure your supplier is competent to deliver the service, request references and check their testimonials.


• Clear two-way communication On-going communication between you and your commercial cleaning professionals is essential for a successful working relationship. Make sure that the company provides regular audits and performance reports to ensure you are always kept in the picture, and let them know swiftly if you think there is room for improvement.


• If disaster strikes Trying to sort out premises that have been damaged after fi re or fl ooding is an unappealing task, but a professional specialist cleaning company which is trained in property restoration can help. For instance, if there is a great deal of fl ood water, you may need


considers this an important step in its renewed commitment to support the UK market. “There has been a tremendous demand from British customers for easier access to Kaivac products for some time now,” said Marc Ferguson, International Business Development Manager at Kaivac. “In 2014, Kaivac is dedicating the time and resources needed to


respond to and better serve these customers. They know Kaivac is a major solution to many of the cleaning challenges faced in facility management today. We think Rawlins is an ideal partner to help Kaivac develop the relationships necessary in the UK to make growth a reality.”


With the release of the versatile new Omnifl ex™ Crossover Cleaning System, Kaivac gives UK customers access yet again to another hygienic cleaning system that is extremely affordable and extremely effective at removing tough soils.


www.kaivac.com www.rawlins.co.uk


professional pumping equipment or a suitably powered water extraction machine. Make sure that the company is a member of the British Damage Management Association, as this will indicate whether or not the provider


adheres to professional standards of care and codes of practice.


www.servicemasterclean.co.uk


www.tomorrowscleaning.com


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