Total Clean has beaten the competition and won the vote of the Labour Party's commercial cleaning contract. It is now looking after the Labour Party headquarters in London, using the latest techniques and products, whilst always incorporating a personal touch.
Total Clean has operated in the commercial cleaning sector for 25 years, with a success that is based on an unrelenting commitment to service excellence and an obsessive attention to detail. It proudly boasts a 95% client retention rate.
Total Clean's presentation to the Labour Party was centred on its requirements - the very same aspects of the Total Clean service that have been key to its major growth and consistent client satisfaction ratings over its 25 years in business.
“We had strong competition for the contract and we are tremendously excited to have won the work with The Labour Party,” said Carlos Garcia, managing director at Total Clean. “The decision came down to our track record of service of over 25 years and our very high client and staff retention rates. Being The Labour Party, it was naturally very important that we took our environmental responsibilities very seriously and our range of own-brand eco-friendly cleaning products was also a factor in their decision.”
Total Clean's core business has achieved exceptional growth year-on-year operating within a similar size territory to the franchise territories they are now offering. The franchise package is a complete turn-key opportunity providing franchisees with everything they need to operate the business in the first year and it can easily be operated from home to keep overheads low.
“Our structured approach to awarding franchises ensures that you are not only right for Total Clean, but also that you are certain that our opportunity is the best choice for you,” added franchise development manager, Fiona Steels. “You can be assured that we operate the franchise with the same level of integrity as our core business. We seek to partner with similarly ethical individuals in order to grow our UK-wide network.”