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Expertise and a focus on customer satisfaction

ACQUAINT Consolidated Services (ACS) are a Wellingborough company based on Park Farm Industrial Estate with 26 years of experience behind them.

They work across a wide range of sectors from factories and warehouses, hotels, restaurants, schools and care homes.

Brenton Bray, who heads up the company, believes the team’s commitment to meeting the needs of each client has played a large part in their ongoing success.

Since setting up in 1992, ACS have been dedicated to delivering a specialist range of cleaning services to meet the requirements of their clients. The company’s expertise in commercial cleaning solutions, coupled with a passion for customer satisfaction, ensures that whatever their need they can entrust their cleaning requirements to ACS.

All staff are fully qualified and are licensed to operate access equipment enabling them to work at height.

Alongside routine contract cleaning, the team can respond to emergencies including fire, flood and disaster restoration. They are also able to undertake more hazardous operations such as explosive dust or other contaminants.

ACS have a ‘can-do’ attitude and price their work competitively, meaning they have many satisfied clients, who rely on them to undertake their specialist cleans. All work is guaranteed to meet the requirements of the client.

ACS believe that today’s staff want to work in clean environments, and businesses who fail to keep their workspace in good condition increase the risk of health deterioration through low air quality, and low morale.

ACS are only a small organisation but specialise in high level cleaning of factories – inside and out, carpet cleaning, floor restoration, commercial kitchens including ducting and air-handling units. They are qualified to issue TR19 Certification. They have recently achieved accreditations in ISO:9001, ISO:14001 and OHSAS18001.

To speak to ACS, call 01933 652053 or for more information visit the website at www.acscleaners.com

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