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Property Services – Carpet Cleaning

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Carpet Cleaning

Our range of property services includes professionally trained and skilled operatives who cover all types of cleaning, including carpets, rugs, and upholstery.

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With the use of specialist equipment where needed, our highly professional staff provide efficient and hardworking carpet cleaning services for any business, large or small. 

 

Our thorough, yet gentle, carpet cleaning services means that spots and stains will be removed, and carpets are left fresh, looking bright, spotless and clean. Our attention to detail and emphasis on value and quality is reflected in the high standard of service that we strive so passionately to execute and consistently maintain.

 

As with all of our service offerings, our specialists provide a diagnosis of a facility’s present condition and deliver a bespoke analysis and detailed evaluation. Working with your needs in mind, our experienced teams offer high level maintenance solutions individually tailored to the needs and requirements of the situation.

 

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All of our operatives are referenced, professionally trained and fully insured. We ensure that our high quality work is always appropriately risk assessed.

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Property Services – Window Cleaning

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Window Cleaning

Omni honours the value of quality, and this is reflected in the high standards and excellent service delivery throughout all of our divisions.

Window cleaner using a squeegee to wash a window

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As part of our property service offerings, we supply professional window cleaning staff to bring back shine and sparkle to any organisation or business facility.

 

Our window cleaning services team provides all types of commercial window cleaning work, from the very basic of contracts to the more complex and intricate of cleaning requirements. With a professionally trained team of operatives, we can carry out thorough window cleaning jobs of any size, for any space or facility.

 

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All team members within this service – as in every division – are thoroughly referenced, fully insured, and professionally trained ensuring that all work undertaken is not only of the highest quality, but is also appropriately risk assessed. In addition, all of our property services staff are fully compliant with EEC and HSE safety, and work at height regulations.

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Property Services – Stewarding

Property Services – Marble Restoration

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MARBLE RESTORATION

Using a mix of traditional techniques and modern equipment, our team handle the restoration, maintenance and cleaning services for marble, granite, limestone, and all natural stone surfaces.

marble-restorationOur unrivalled expertise means that we are familiar with standard maintenance procedures and with the specialised techniques used to polish stone floors.

The marble restoration and maintenance process initially involves a deep clean with a combination of a rotary cleaning machines and ‘by hand’ cleaning in the hard-to-access areas. This is followed by using the latest technology diamond resurfacing through a graduated range of abrasive pads that slowly skim off the top surface of the marble. This process is commonly known as marble grinding or honing, and starts with a coarse grit pad that erases surface scratches, some stains, and other forms of surface damage.

marble-before-and-after

We then progress through the finer grades, honing the fresh marble surface with a finer abrasive pad to create a perfectly smooth finish. At this stage, there is a sheen to the surface of the marble which can be left at this level and sealed or impregnated. If a deep polish finish is required, various polishing techniques can be used to achieve a mirror finish. It is this final marble polishing technique that quickly restores the original glossy appearance and enhances the natural colour to the marble.

With a thorough and conscientious approach to work, we focus on quality and value throughout all of our specialist marble services. We strive for invisible repairs wherever possible.

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Common problems and recommended treatments

Stun marks

Caused by sharp impact on the stone surface, ladies’ high heeled shoes are the most common cause of stun marks. These marks are sometimes very deep in the stone. Grinding with diamond abrasives can remove or improve some, but if not, replacement of the damaged stone is the only alternative. Deep scratches can usually be repaired by resurfacing with medium to coarse grit diamond abrasives.

Spalling

Spalling is a condition in which piece of stone has broken leaving a chip or hole in the face of the stone. These can be repaired by filling with a polyester, epoxy or cement based filler material coloured to match the stone. The affected area must be resurfaced after filling to level the filler material to the stone surface. Replacing the stones is another, but more costly, alternative.

Staining

In most cases, staining can be remedied by a process known as ‘poulticing’. The appropriate poultice for the stain is prepared and placed on the stain and allowed to dry. As it dries, it draws the stain out of the stone. If this method doesn’t work, ‘honing’ (grinding) the surface down to a fresh layer of stone and then re- polishing may be needed to remove the stain. 

Cracks

It may be possible to repair cracks by filling them with a suitable filler material. Very large cracks, or very small hairline cracks, cannot generally be filled and the only alternative is replacement.

Lippage

Lippage or uneven tiles must be ground down or beveled to alleviate the problem. This is done by grinding with coarse grit diamond or abrasive stones.

Etching

Etching is a dull area on a stone caused by spills of acidic products such as citrus juice, vinegar, soft drinks, etc. If the etching is very light, it can possibly be repaired by polishing the area with a polishing powder. Heavy etching must be repaired by resurfacing the area with diamond abrasives.

Omni Facilities Management starts partnership with Free2Learn

Omni Facilities Management starts partnership with Free2Learn

Omni Facilities Management Ltd is pleased to announce a partnership with Free2Learn promoting a career in housekeeping to young people. “There are career opportunities in the housekeeping industry that people are not aware of, especially in the world of outsourced service solutions. Working with Free2Learn allows us to make these opportunities available to talented people” says Edward Murray, CEO of Omni Facilities Management.

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Omni Facilities Management sponsor of Student Learning and Development Forum

Omni Facilities Management sponsor of Student Learning and Development Forum

Omni Facilities Management Ltd is pleased to be the sponsor of the 9th Student Learning and Development Forum organised by the Institute of Hospitality London Branch. Monica Or, Founder of Star Quality Hospitality Consultancy, highlights “As Chairman for the Institute of Hospitality London Branch, I am delighted to be running our 9th Annual Student Learning and Development Forum which brings together hospitality students and industry employers. This event gives an opportunity for students across the UK to meet and learn from the experiences of our industry employers. This year’s theme is “How to become a Hospitality Entrepreneur”. I would like to extend our thanks to Omni Facilities Management for sponsoring this event.”

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University of West London guest lectures

University of West London guest lectures

Omni Facilities management is pleased to announce a series of guest lectures to students of the University of West London in November 2014. “Usually students think of housekeeping as ‘making beds’, however in the context of outsourced housekeeping services it is way more interesting than that!” says Christoph Hoffmann, Omni’s Quality Assurance Manager, who will run the guest lectures on performance measures in housekeeping. In his lectures to first, second and final year students studying Hotel Accommodation Operations, Hotel Accommodation Management, International Human Resources Management, Strategic Facilities Management, Rooms Management, Strategic Financial Management and Human Resources Management, he will talk about how Key Performance Indicators are used to understand work processes better, change employee behaviour and drive quality and performance.

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From Classroom to Boardroom

From Classroom to Boardroom

Omni Facilities management is pleased to announce that we are joining the ‘From Classroom to Boardroom’ event organised by the Institute of Hospitality, Sheffield Hallam University and Leeds Becket University.  The event will take place on 22.10.2014 in the Albert Room, Leeds Townhall.  The eventful day will start with an opening session facilitated by Peter Ducker, CEO of the Institute of Hospitality, students then will have the opportunity to meet industry representatives to engage in conversations about careers in the hospitality industry.

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Omni Announces New Contract at Crowne Plaza London Ealing

Omni Announces New Contract at Ramada Plaza Belfast

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