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A Good Year In Principle

As we kick off the New Year, London-based contract cleaners Principle Cleaning Services look back on what has been a very successful 12 months, while setting the wheels in motion for another banner year in 2015.

This New Year, Principle Cleaning Services Ltd are eyeing up further success, as the company leads the way in providing high quality cleaning and window cleaning services to an impressive host of prestigious clients across London, including a number of iconic buildings.

Principle Cleaning now stands as a reputable customer focused business with exceptional service levels. Led by an experienced, motivated senior management team and more than 1350 staff that have seen vast changes, both in services and technology within the cleaning industry, there is no doubt that its growth to become a long- established and innovative business in a competitive environment has been due to listening to its clients and the dedication of its staff.

Over the last 25 years, the company has focused on winning ‘quality’ contracts within London. Clients have been there every step of the way in its development and together have fostered and maintained strong, lasting relationships.

During 2014, Principle Cleaning Services Ltd celebrated a landmark of 25 years in the cleaning industry, and continued to win an impressive array of cleaning contracts throughout the capital city, including global charitable foundation, the Wellcome Trust. They have also secured the cleaning contract with Broadgate at Paddington Central – located on the waterside of the Grand Union Canal in the West End, at the heart of Paddington.

The new Principle Window Cleaning services also celebrated its first anniversary, having won some


prestigious contracts since it launched, including Searcy’s at the very top of the Gherkin, Lloyd’s of London building, Lloyds Register, Bonhams and The Wellcome Trust, as well as a number of contracts for Broadgate Estates.

Principle Cleaning Services received not one, but two prestigious Kimberly- Clark Professional* Golden Service Awards for its work at the iconic Lloyd’s of London building at One Lime Street in the last awards at the end of 2013, as outright winners in the category of C&M Best Cleaned Premises – Office Areas above 250,000 sq.ft and BCC outstanding Supervisor of the year for Angelica Martinez.

Technology is embraced more than ever as this is so much part of everyday life. Technical innovation in the cleaning sector has conventionally been focused on finding new ways to improve efficiency and the quality of cleaning, and this is an area where development is needed and will come in the near future.

Principle Cleaning Services is committed to training and quality, together with protecting the environment, and is a CarbonNeutral Company. They use innovative cleaning techniques to deliver service excellence, including their pioneering Hybrid Cleaning system using a full time workforce to operate flexibly with any business to develop ways of improving quality and service in a sustainable way, which has been welcomed and embraced by its customers.

The need to be ‘green’ continues to be extremely important. Principle Window Cleaning remains a carbon

neutral company as it continually looks to be more creative so that its impact on the environment is a positive one, not negative.

On top of this, Principle Cleaning Services was one of the first cleaning companies to embrace Corporate Social Responsibility and has done since day one. The main charity it supports and raises valuable funds for is the London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy, although it also actively supports Cancer Research UK and a number of other worthwhile charities.

So all in all things are looking good and Principle Cleaning is looking forward to what 2015 brings with a huge amount of enthusiasm and eagerness – especially if last year is anything to go by!

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