Managed Services – KGB Cleaning

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Managed Services

Managed Services

Due to demand in recent years, KGB has increased our site services provision to encompass a variety of tailored managed services to our clients.

The success of our core activities has enabled the development of other services without compromising the services already being provided to our clients. The introduction of these services has increased our service offering to enable our clients to effectively manage and control their property expenditure for general planned maintenance and property refurbishment works.

These additional managed services include:

  • Small Building Projects
  • Gas & Plumbing Services
  • Mechanical & Electrical Planned Maintenance
  • Decorating and Refurbishment
  • Electrical Installation & Maintenance including CCTV
  • Security & Fire Systems
  • Site Support Staff – Porters, Concierge, Caretakers & general trade labour
  • Pest Control Management

Whether it is managing small building projects to overseeing large planned maintenance activities, KGB provides a hassle-free level of service which is driven by agreed client service indicators and budgeted expenditure. The delivery of these services is based on mutual trust, ownership and integrity in all that we do.

“We are delighted with the development of wider managed services to our clients in recent years which provides greater financial control and increased levels of performance to their property services” (Kevan Brown, Managing Director of KGB Cleaning & Support Services Ltd).


As a provider of first class cleaning & support services to the public, local, central, education and commercial sectors, KGB are well positioned to offer a unique well balanced, cost effective solution to your business needs. With a string of high profile clients KGB have the experience and management to provide you with a tailored service you are looking for at the the price which helps you deliver cost savings in these difficult times.

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