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Principle announces new window cleaning company

Published 11th December, 2013 by Neil Nixon

Principle announces new window cleaning company

Principle Cleaning Services Ltd's growth is continuing as it launches a new window cleaning company to complement its cleaning services. Seeing a gap in the market for a new type of window cleaning service, the new company - named Principle Window Cleaning - will be a boutique window cleaning company headed up by newly appointed operations director, David Saville.

Principle Cleaning Services was established by the current chief executive, Douglas Cooke, who has developed and grown the company into the success it is today. In 2014, the sustainable cleaning company, based in London, will celebrate 25 years in the industry. In that time, it has built up an impressive portfolio of customers across London, including some of the City's most prestigious landmark buildings. It continues to lead the industry through innovation with the recent launch of its pioneering method, Hybrid Cleaning.

Saville has a wealth of experience through an established career in the cleaning industry. He first joined Ramoneur in 1985 and then went on to be divisional MD of London Window Cleaning for OCS. His most recent role was a director of Advance Cleaning. He said: “The window and high level cleaning industry has changed over the past 20 years and as the next batch of new age London skyscrapers comes near to completion, the next two decades will bring more changes still. With better training and technology being embraced, our staff will be developed and chosen specifically for the task making Principle Window Cleaning much better prepared for these changes than your average window cleaning company.”

Certified to environmental standard ISO 14001 and a certified CarbonNeutral company, Principle Window Cleaning - with its very own recognised logo and branding - will look to be even more creative so that its impact on the environment is a positive one.

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