CG Cleaning Limited – Frequently Asked Questions

CG Cleaning Limited has over 20 year’s experience of delivering a professional, value for money approach to cleaning services. Our approach is to treat our clients as individuals our services can be tailored to meet our clients exact requirements.

To assist customers old and new, below you will find the answers to the questions we get asked the most:

Do you carry out risk assessments?

We conduct full risk assessments and incorporate method statements to ensure that our clients understand the level of risks and the methods that will be used to complete our cleaning tasks.

Which accreditation’s do you have?

CG Cleaning Limited holds full and up to date CHAS accreditation.

Do you have liability insurance?

CG Cleaning Limited has in place the correct insurance by industry standards to protect our clients, staff and the general public.

Are your operatives security cleared?

CG Cleaning Limited security checks all operatives to national enhanced DBS standards.

Which window cleaning methods do you use?

We use traditional cleaning methods as well as embracing new window cleaning technologies, these include rope abseil, reach and wash and mobile elevated platforms.

Do you carry out deep cleaning services?

Yes, CG Cleaning Limited carries our both internal and external deep cleaning services. Read about our deep cleaning services here, External and Internal.

How often should my windows be cleaned?

Following a full consultation with a CG Cleaning Ltd project manager we will advise how often to schedule a window clean, read how we determine how often windows should be cleaned, here.

Do you clean internal windows?

Yes, we carry out internal window cleaning as well as external window cleaning services. We use traditional cleaning methods internally to reduce any risk to staff and minimal disruption to business operation.

If you have any questions contact the team at CG Cleaning Ltd today! 0800 0831909 | info@cgcleaning.co.uk

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