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Cleaning Equipment and Supplies

Cleaning Equipment is essential for maintaining high levels of cleanliness and hygiene in the workplace. Buying your own Cleaning Equipment can save you money in the long run, and we have a vast range of Vacuum Cleaners, Pressure Washers and Safety Signage to choose from. Buy your cleaning equipment online, or contact us for advice.



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As any office manager knows, Commercial Cleaning Equipment is essential for keeping the office clean. Not only does it help to remove dirt and dust, but it also helps to sanitize surfaces and prevent the spread of bacteria. In addition, Commercial Cleaning Equipment can help prolong carpeting and furniture life.

By keeping Cleaning Equipment and supplies on-site, businesses can keep their workplaces looking clean and tidy, which can help to improve employee productivity and morale. In short, Commercial Cleaning Equipment is an essential part of any office manager’s toolkit.

The benefits of using Commercial Cleaning Equipment

Using good quality cleaning equipment has two key benefits for your business. First, whenever you have visitors or customers on-site, you want them to have a great impression of your business and your products. Secondly, you must be able to keep your floors clean and debris-free to minimise the risk of employees or visitors tripping or slipping.

Should you Hire or Buy your Cleaning Equipment?

Commercial cleaning equipment can be a big investment for any business. Not only do you have to factor in the equipment cost, but you also have to consider the costs of maintenance and repairs. As a result, many businesses struggle to decide whether to buy or hire their cleaning equipment. There are a few things that you should keep in mind when making your decision.

First, consider how often you will need to use the equipment. Hiring may be the most cost-effective option if you only require it occasionally. However, purchasing it outright may be the better choice if you plan on using the equipment daily. Second, think about how long you will need to use the equipment. Commercial cleaning equipment is typically only used for a few years before it needs to be replaced. As a result, hiring may be a more cost-effective option if you only need it for a short period of time.

If you do decide to buy your own equipment, there are several equipment types available to buy online.

Industrial vacuum cleaners

Vacuum cleaners are a vital piece of commercial cleaning equipment for any janitor. We have a huge range of industrial vacuum cleaners available, from small, hand-held models to specially designed valet models and heavy-duty wet and dry combination machines. Think about what kind of site you have and what you are looking to use your vacuum cleaner for, and you will find an appropriate machine here.

Pressure washers

Some of the most powerful forms of professional cleaning equipment, These water-based cleaning machines are great for sprucing up external areas and washing down vehicles. If you have a large fleet of trucks to wash down, you’ll want to look at our heavy-duty, high-pressure portable washers. If you simply want to keep doorways and flooring clean and tidy, you can get great results with a more cost-effective 12-volt model.

Parts washing and cleaning tanks

Types of cleaning equipment popular with garages and workshops, parts washers and cleaning tanks can be very convenient for cleaning tools, components and other parts. If you have a smaller site, you might want to opt for a static station, but if you have a larger site or move around a lot, a mobile tank is a great way to get more manoeuvrability.

Safety signage

An important element of commercial cleaning equipment is safety signage, especially Foldable Caution Signs with many cleaning-related warnings. This range includes everything from the classic Wet Floor Signs and ‘wet paint’ signs to the more specific ‘male/female attendant on duty' and ‘trip hazard’ signs. Whatever the scenario, we have the warning or caution sign available for you.

If you have any questions about our cleaning equipment or need further advice, click the ‘chat’ button to get in touch with one of our experts.







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