Started in 2008, delivering projects professionally, on time and on budget!
Who we are
We clean for national, regional & local building contractors, we are CSCS compliant and hold a variety of accreditations & licences that enable us to carry out our cleaning safely, professionally and on time.
Site Project Cleaning successfully clean new and refurbished buildings internals, externals including high level window cleaning, jet washing along with brick cleaning.
We will even provide the sites with extra labour when they need it too. We operate within a 50 mile radius of Warrington, including Liverpool, Merseyside, Greater Manchester and the surrounding North West areas.
10+ Years Experience in Various Sectors
Call For a Quote:
01925 591 284
We hope to answer some of the most frequently asked questions about our cleaning services here.
What accreditations do you have?
As a company we are accredited with CHAS, Constructionline and have £10 Mil Employee and Public Liability Insurance. All our operatives on site hold CSCS cards, have asbestos awareness certificate and COSHH and Manual Handing training. All supervisors on site in addition to this hold SSSTS, PASMA, IPAF and are First Aid Trained.
How much do you charge?
Unlike some other cleaning companies, we do not charge by a m² as you are unable to get an accurate quote. This leads to other companies coming back to you at a later date asking for more money. The cost of the cleaning depends upon a number of things such as type of floor coverings, how much glasswork there is, and what protection needs to be removed prior to cleaning. Site Project Cleaning visits sites prior to starting so we know what is involved and have the correct manpower for the job to ensure your site is handed over on time and on budget every time.
Can you provide references for similar projects to ours?
What areas do you cover?
“Rated as excellent for overall level of services.”
“Scored 10 out of 10 for reliability. Great work!”
“The reliability and dedication of the workforce are second to none”