Office Cleaning in Rosnaree and surrounding areas across
Providing excellence in commercial and office cleaning services can be largely attributed to three key factors: people, training and flexibility. Alliance Select has been offering an extensive range of expert commercial cleaning and complementary specialist services in Rosnaree for over 15 years. We’re sure that our focus on employing the most dedicated and efficient people, providing best quality training in all areas of cleaning and hygiene and offering our clients a flexible service tailored to their individual requirements has led to our continued success.
Alliance Select offers the same unrivalled level of service excellence, based on three simple goals:
• to deliver cleaning services of the highest quality with integrity, reliability and value
• to consistently meet the needs and expectations of our clients
• to achieve and exceed all statutory, environmental and self-regulatory requirements
Alliance Select – unparalleled office cleaning in Rosnaree
A clean office and healthy working environment are vital for any business. Employees are more motivated if they start their day in an office which feels fresh and cared for, where bins have been emptied, desks cleaned, carpets vacuumed and the kitchen, toilets and washrooms are sparkling and hygienic. When it comes to clients and visitors first impressions count: A clean and well maintained building says a great deal about your company and the way you run your business.
At Alliance Select we understand these values. Our company has an established an award winning reputation for managing daily cleaning for discerning clients across Rosnaree. Based in Rosnaree, we’ve been looking after world-renowned clients and prestigious buildings for over 15 years – and we pride ourselves in never having lost a client through indifferent service.
Our Office and Commercial Cleaning Services include:
- Office, Commercial & Contract Cleaning
- Retail, Hotel & Leisure Sector Cleaning
- School, Hospital, College Cleaning
- One off, Deep Cleaning & Initial Cleans for all types of commercial premises.
- Computer/PC Cleaning & Telephone Sanitisation
- Internal/External Cleaning
- Laundry Services & Washroom Services
- Janitorial Supplies/ Consumables & Equipment (We use wherever possible environmentally friendly products)
- Facilities Management
- All Support & Ancillary Services
We are happy to work to an existing specification or provide a full cleaning programme to suit your company’s needs.
For a quality, reliable and affordable cleaning solution, call a member of our team on 01 4922030 to discuss your requirements or complete our brief quotation form.
Office Cleaning Frequently Asked Questions
What time do you arrive on site?
We have a completely flexible approach and will attend your premises at the time that suits your use of the site. This can be early mornings, before any of your staff arrive, during the day, or in the evening after everyone has left for the day.
Are you fully insured?
We have comprehensive insurance cover which, amongst other things, covers Public Liability for €10,000,000 and employer’s liability for €10,000,000. We also have cover for loss of keys.
How often do you clean a site?
Our service is tailored entirely to your requirements. We have a very broad mix of clients and for some, we will only attend once or twice per week. For other larger clients, we will have many cleaners on site at least five days per week. We build our service around what you need.
Do you have high staff turnover?
No. Due to the way in which we train, remunerate and manage our staff, we have very high retention rates. We still have some team members who joined us when the company started in 1988.
Will we always have the same cleaner?
Yes, as far as is practical. We always try to maintain continuity by using the same staff on a client’s contract. This helps to build extensive knowledge of the site, a healthy relationship and trust between the cleaning team and the client, and leads to increased security for our customers.
Do your staff receive training?
Yes. All managers and supervisors receive comprehensive training to enable them to manage the sites under their supervision in line with Alliance Select’s guidelines and required standards. Each of our cleaning operatives receives comprehensive in-house and in-situ training in all areas required for them to skilfully perform their duties. All Health and Safety issues and key company policies are covered in their initial training and induction.
Are all your staff vetted?
Yes. As part of our rigorous recruitment process, following interview, we obtain a previous employer’s reference and required proof of address and entitlement to work in the Ireland. We also require a copy of their passport and driving licence for our records. Where required, staff will also be DBS checked, to ensure additional security for our clients.
How do we pay you?
Commercial customers are invoiced per calendar month and are given 30 day terms from invoice date.
Do you supply everything required?
Yes. Generally, we supply all the labour, equipment, machinery and materials required to carry out all our cleaning tasks within the agreed price. Additionally, we regularly supply consumables such as toilet rolls, hand towels, refuse sacks, bin liners etc., which would be invoiced at the end of each calendar month.
What are your hourly rates?
We believe our prices are very competitive, but do not publish a fixed hourly rate. All jobs are priced according to the service required, whether it be a domestic or commercial service, a builders clean or a one-off deep clean. A number of variables will impact the final calculation of the rate such as equipment and materials.
Will the changeover to Alliance Select be smooth?
Of course. We have nearly 30 years’ experience in dealing with new office cleaning contracts, which allows us to be thorough with planning and client liaison in order to make the changeover a seamless process. We will also deal with all appropriate legislation, so the only difference you will notice is the planned improvement in service and standards.
Can you provide references?
Yes. Once you have received the formal quotation from us and are serious about going ahead, we will be happy to provide you with customer references to help you finalise your decision. We also have many testimonials from our existing customers on our website.
Can you unlock/lock and alarm the building?
Yes. This is a regular service offered to all our clients, large or small. This enables us to carry out our cleaning service outside normal working hours, thus minimising disruption to your staff.
Are we issued a cleaning contract?
Yes. Contracts are signed before going ahead with any work, along with the opening of your Alliance Select account.
Can we contact you outside office hours in case of an emergency?
Yes. Part of your contract will include access to Alliance Select’s hotline number so that we can help you with any emergencies that may arise – 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Rossnaree (Irish: Ros na Rí, meaning ‘wood of the kings’; Old Irish Ros na Ríg or Ros na Ríogh) is a small village and townland in County Meath, Ireland, on the south bank of the River Boyne. The Brú na Bóinne complex of neolithic monuments is nearby, on the north bank of the Boyne. Rossnaree commands a ford that was used by the Williamites at the Battle of the Boyne in 1690. The walls of the mill at Rosnaree once contained a Sheela na Gig, although this has been removed for safekeeping and is in private possession.
The legendary High King of Ireland Cormac mac Airt is reputedly buried at Rossnaree, having refused to be buried at a pagan site across the river after converting to Christianity. In the Ulster Cycle tale Cath Ruis na Ríg (“the Battle of Rosnaree”), it is the site of a battle between Conchobar mac Nessa, king of the Ulaid, and his son-in-law Cairpre Nia Fer, king of Tara, during which the Ulaid hero Cú Chulainn kills Cairpre with a spear thrown from a distance, and then decapitates him before his body hits the ground.
Rossnaree House, a mid-19th century manor house, takes its name from the area in which it is sited. It is suggested by Elizabeth Hickey to be the original location of the House of Cletty (Tech Cleitech), where Cormac mac Airt died after choking on a salmon bone and Muirchertach Macc Ercae reputedly died a threefold death.
Ros na Righ was also the name of a small steam launch which brought day-trippers along the Boyne Navigation in the early 1900s.
The Rosnaree Hotel outside Drogheda was the location of an IPLO-INLA shooting incident in 1987. It is now the Moorehall Lodge nursing home.