Industry Recognised Essex-Based Stone Cleaner Launches Enlightening New Website
To bring something new to a well-established trade is challenging; MCS Stonecare provide a refreshing approach to stone cleaning and restoration with the launch of their new website. This industry-accredited specialist excels as a market leader through their experience and principles.
MCS Stonecare have set themselves above their competition with industry recognized formal training by the Nu-Life and IICRC organisations. This training is combined with deep-rooted experience, enthusiasm for leading their field with an appreciation that customer service has to be given the highest priority without exception. They offer wide-ranging qualifications and are fully insured in all work treatments undertaken.
Mark Lane-Matthews, founder of MCS Stonecare has earned his highly-regarded reputation in the cleaning and restoration industry with his time-served experience spanning since the 1990’s. His history in floor care and soft furnishings expands to MCS Flooring and & Fabric Cleaning and boasts schooling in Nu-Life Prochem U.K, Alltec, Solutions U.K, IICRC, NCCA, National Flood School and Woolsafe.
As a small, growing stone cleaning and hard surface restoration business, the website launch has propelled this Company into a world where client interaction is possible. This website provides opportunities of learning about stone care with critical information that will benefit every user; knowledge is power and this website is equipped to provide you with exactly that.
Mark Lane-Matthews, owner of MCS Stonecare Hertfordshire commented:
“Technology, equipment and products for restoring and maintaining hard surfaces has vastly improved over the last few years; the results achieved now are staggering. We are passionate about what we do and aim to make sure this shines through with the superior service we provide and the unrivalled results we deliver.”
A clear reflection of their achievements is based on this Company’s established customer base including the Park Inn Hotel (Harlow and Heathrow), Manor of Groves Hotel Sawbridgeworth, Marriott Hotel Waltham Abbey, Lussmanns Restaurants, Kiddi Caru Nurseries and Pheonix Kitchens to name a few. Their services are provided to a range of domestic and commercial stone cleaning clientele.
The launch of this innovative website sets the standards required to succeed in times where many businesses are finding it difficult to compete. Their values are worth of credit and embedded in their every approach; this is both refreshing and enlightening.
Further information is available at http://www.stonefloorcleaningessex.co.uk
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