Duct-cleaning specialist reports record growth

Indepth Hygiene, which specialises in cleaning ventilation ductwork, has reported record growth in 2010 with the signing up of a record number of clients . The substantial wins include contracts with major organisations throughout the UK which must fulfil compulsory health-and-safety requirements.

Managing director Richard Norman said, ‘With 379 new clients in the last 12 months, we are clearly providing not only a quality service but great value as well. Our guarantee that our contract prices will not be increased for a minimum of three years is clearly striking the right note.’

The company’s services include removing fire-hazardous grease deposits from extract ductwork to ensure compliance with the Fire Safety Order, general duct cleaning and improving filtration to ensure healthy workplaces and achieve energy savings.

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