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Tomorrow’s


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2020 heralds a decade of change, and now is the time to begin thinking about adding more services and reducing your geographic footprint.


Rather than spreading yourself thinly over a wide area, offering existing clients more services is the perfect way to avoid the pitfalls of extra costs and avoid congestion. Those who use vans to deliver services to clients know what it’s like to spend more of their valuable time sat in slow and standstill traffic, and paying for the privilege. With roads set to get busier, expanding could send costs soaring.


Most react to this by passing the cost onto the customer then that will prove to be a poor strategy. The net effect of all the various trades and services increasing their prices will be a reduction in demand for those services.


The question for everyone, from window cleaners to groundsmen, is how to offer more services from fewer vehicles?


The answer is to take a closer look at Ionic’s new Thermion cleaning and maintenance solution. The benefit will be that your costs will be much less than the combined costs of multiple service providers, you will be more competitive, and you will win more business as a result.


Thermion is a crash-tested, vehicle-mounted, chemical-free, heated pure water, window and smooth façade cleaning system. Thermion also tackles glyphosate-free weed killing, softwashing and gutter cleaning. When combined with bio-degradable chemicals, Thermion can also be used for moss and algae cleaning from rendered façades, rooftops and exterior walkways, driveways, decking and paved areas.


In addition, Thermion can also be configured for pressure washing and steam cleaning.


With glyphosate bans coming into force now, if you currently provide exterior cleaning and maintenance services there has never been a better time to add weed killing to your range of services. If you don’t already provide a range of services, then it’s probably time you did.


www.ionicsystems.com/thermion


Tomorrow’s Cleaning exhibit at


Interclean Amsterdam 2020 Opus Business Media is proud to announce that Tomorrow’s Cleaning magazine will be exhibiting at Interclean Amsterdam 2020.


Five members of the Tomorrow’s Cleaning team – Martin Wharmby, Damian Murphy, Clare Gapp, Hannah Wilkinson and Mark Hanson – will be attending the show, following a successful stint at Interclean Amsterdam 2018.


Publisher Mark Hanson commented: “We are excited to announce that Tomorrow’s Cleaning magazine will be returning to Interclean Amsterdam in 2020, where we will be exhibiting amongst the very best and brightest of the worldwide cleaning industry. Members of the Opus team will be on hand to demonstrate our innovative digital magazines and discuss opportunities for inclusion in future issues.”


The team will be on the lookout for all the latest and greatest the industry has to offer, so pop by the stand


01:132 for a chat on the day, or if you would like to organise a meeting with one of the team, drop us a line at info@ opusbusinessmedia.co.uk today.


www.tomorrowscleaning.com


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