“Businesses are looking for total hygiene solutions, coupled with the expertise and tailored and bespoke services for complete peace of mind.”

about returning to work, which in turn has made thorough cleaning and sanitisation practises paramount.

“Today, property and facility managers want to work with a cleaning partner, not just a supplier – who they can trust to add value to a company’s operational efficiencies and deliver exceptional levels of customer service. However, it’s much more than just the cleaning products and services provided. Businesses are looking for total hygiene solutions, coupled with the expertise and tailored and bespoke services for complete peace of mind.”

Having gained senior level management experience in the commercial cleaning market, Zac witnessed first-hand how traditional the sector was, recognising there was a massive opportunity in the commercial cleaning sector to challenge this and do things differently.

Zac added: “The exposure I had in the sector, coupled with my previous experience with a leading brand that was renowned for its award-winning customer service, made me realise there was a real opportunity to raise the bar in the market by providing a level of service excellence that people would expect from a consumer brand.”

Since launching ICE Cleaning into the market in 2017, the business has gone from strength to strength, continually pushing the boundaries of what’s expected in commercial cleaning. Boasting over 2000 clients, the company has quickly developed its reputation as the UK’s cleaning expert, working in partnership with some of nation’s leading businesses, including West Ham United, Nando’s, Paack, Skanska, Warner Brothers, Lanes Group, Willmott Dixon, Amazon and many more.

Zac concluded: “I believe it’s ICE Cleaning’s ongoing commitment to providing best-in-class service, combined with investing in the most innovative and cutting-edge

cleaning technology, that sets us apart in a fiercely competitive marketplace.

“We are not a company that plans to rest on its laurels though. We are a young, dynamic and ambitious team, so are constantly looking at ways we can continue to enhance and improve our service capabilities and business offering to stay one step ahead of the competition. This not only includes the way we train our expert technicians and how we interact with our customers, but also includes our commitment to sustainable operations, our corporate social responsibility and how we can help shape the diversity agenda.”

ICE Cleaning provides a wealth of commercial, industrial and domestic cleaning services, including virus containment, mould remediation, coronavirus decontamination and sanitisation, graffiti removal, warehouse and factory cleaning, crime scene cleaning and car park cleaning.

Along with regular daily cleaning contracts and specialist services, the company also offers ICE SHIELD, which uses electrostatic technology to effectively destroy 99.9% of traces of coronavirus and other bacteria and viruses on surfaces within a working environment. ICE SHIELD utilises a persistent solution which lasts for up to 28 days, guaranteeing long lasting protection as part of a monthly cleaning regime, at no extra cost.

Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with an emergency response team able to arrive on-site within an hour, ICE Cleaning’s expert technicians are trained to the highest standards of work whilst adhering to all the relevant health and safety regulations. For more information, call 02039 932940 or visit the website below. FEATURE | 47

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