Industrial Cleaning Services

We’re the UK’s leading industrial cleaning company with a strong presence across London, Kent and the South East. With over 15 years of experience in industrial cleaning, we are uniquely qualified to handle all types of scenarios using a bespoke blend of industrial cleaning services. Get in touch today for a free quote and site visit from one of our qualified cleaning technicians.

Full ISO Accreditation - 9001, 14001 and 45001 (Qualify, Environmental and Health & Safety)

PASMA, IPAF, CSCS and CITB qualified (safety on scaffold towers, scissor lifts, and other high-risk equipment and settings)

Medical Grade ATP Testing and ULV Fogging for industrial sites and peripheral facilities

Competitive Pricing with Quick & Easy Quotes

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Free Site Visits Across London and the UK

We offer free site visits as standard by our expert industrial cleaning technicians who scope the work required and find solutions that meet your requirements.

Experienced Technicians

With over 15 years experience our cleaning technicians are ready to take on all types of projects and scenarios with a range cleaning solutions.

ISO and ISSA Accredited

All our industrial cleaning services are ISO (9001, 14001 & 45001) and ISSA CIMS accredited. With the addition of PASMA, IPAF and CSCS qualifications we are uniquely qualified for industrial cleans. 

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15 Year’s Experience in Industrial Cleaning

CICS Ltd industrial cleaning experts operate across the UK. With over 15 years experience, and the completion of numerous successful projects, we have built our reputation as one of the UK’s top industrial cleaning companies.  From industrial deep cleaning of factory ducts, floors, machinery and production lines to the disinfection of food factories and adjoining facilities using state-of-the-art industrial cleaning equipment, we have you covered.

Our cleaning solutions adhere to the strictest safety guidelines protecting the safety of your site and well-being of your staff. Whether it’s high-level cleans using pressure washers, rope access for industrial silo cleaning, or degreasing of industrial equipment and machinery, our staff follow strict safety protocol. Depending on client requirements and site-specific RAMS we can put together bespoke industrial cleaning solutions from the following services: 

In fact, we cater to all types of cleaning projects from end-of-lease cleaning as part of the required dilapidation, to once-off factory cleans, and regular scheduled cleans.

The use of the right industrial cleaning equipment is important to achieving the best results.We use mechanical scrubbers to de-grease hard floors, factory ducts and cladding, and carry out high level cleans of roof girders, cable trays and lighting using state-of-the-art equipment. As well as the interior of your industrial site we also work on the exterior building cleaning cladding, windows and signage.

In addition to the more common types of industrial cleaning, our team of cleaning specialists get involved with unique projects where we come up with innovative cleaning solutions to fit the project. In fact, on all industrial cleaning projects our expert cleaners find the best possible methods to cleaning. 

 

“CICS.ltd have always gone out of their way to help our business. We have set them some incredibly challenging tasks and they have come up with the perfect solution time and time again”

Mark Harrison, BGE LTD

“CICS.ltd have always gone out of their way to help our business. We have set them some incredibly challenging tasks and they have come up with the perfect solution time and time again”

Mark Harrison, BGE LTD

Dentist Practice Deep Cleaning

What Exactly Is Industrial Cleaning?

Industrial cleaning is defined as the cleaning of light and heavy industrial sites using specialised cleaning techniques for the removal of hazardous and non-hazardous materials. It also includes cleaning methods for general hygiene and the proper functioning of mechanical equipment and production lines. Industrial cleaning services can include both hazardous cleaning services (oil spills, chemical spills, asbestos removals, and mercury clean-ups) and non-hazardous sites (e.g. warehouse floor cleaning). Industrial cleaning can include both emergency once-off cleans and periodical cleans. Whatever type of industrial cleaning you’re after, we can assist you. 

How much does an industrial clean cost?

How Much Does Industrial Cleaning Cost?

The cost of industrial cleaning can vary widely from around £3000 for a small site clean to £30,000 for a large industrial site clean. Ultimately though, the cost to clean an industrial site is difficult to determine without a site visit, risk assessment and methods statement specifying the exact scope of the work and any risks and hazards involved.  The square footage of the site, number of employees for the task, the types of materials and chemicals used, travel time and any additional labour expenses will all influence the total cost. If you’re interested in an accurate estimate for an industrial clean, we strongly advise calling us to discuss. The more information we know about your project, the better equipped we are to give you an accurate costing.

Cleaning Peripheral Areas

Cleaning Peripheral Facilities

Alongside the cleaning of heavy machinery and core industrial units, there are also peripheral facilities that need cleaning. Some of these facilities include locker rooms, cafeterias (tea points), storage areas, security offices, control rooms, laboratories and conference rooms. The cleaning of these facilities is more in line with commercial cleaning and often involves a different set of accreditations based on health, hygiene and environmental considerations such as ISO 14001 and GBAC. Our cleaning technicians are qualified for both types of cleaning (commercial and industrial) and this makes us a particularly attractive solution for companies looking for a simple, turn-key solution that ticks all the boxes of quality and safety assurance.

CICS Industrial Cleaning Process 

STEP 1 - Get In Touch

Leave your details via our website. Be sure to include any photos of the site so that we can get a good idea of the work required.

If we’re unable to quote from the pictures we’ll typically attend the site.

STEP 2 - We'll Call You

We’ll call you back to you as soon as possible to discuss the project and book a date for the clean to commence.

If there’s any additional requirements this is a good chance to discuss them.

STEP 3 - Site Visit and Quote

If required we will carry out a free site visit in full PPE. This is very useful for giving you an accurate estimate and determining the scope of the work required. If there are any site-specific RAMS required we’ll provide those.

STEP 4 - Cleaning Commences

If required we will carry out a free site visit in full PPE. This is very useful for giving you an accurate estimate and determining the scope of the work required. If there are any site-specific RAMS required we’ll provide those.

STEP 5 - Job Completion and Satisfaction Sign-off

Once the work is complete we usually have 2nd site visit to ensure our clients are satisfied with the work. This is usually conducted by the company director or team leader. We don’t finish the job until a job satisfaction sheet is signed by the client.

Industrial Cleaning Projects We’ve Worked On

Over the past 15 years, we’ve worked on numerous industrial cleaning projects. The pictures below were taken from a selection of projects of different sizes, ranging from factories for household brands, to breweries, industrial plants and warehouses.

Industrial Cleaning - Factory Machinery Deep Cleaning
Industrial Cleaning of Brewery Vat
Industrial vacuum cleaning of factory floor

Industrial Stairwell Cleaning
Cleaning of Factory Air Value
Industrial Cleaning

Frequently Ask Questions About Industrial Cleaning

What is Industrial Cleaning?

Industrial cleaning is a group term for the cleaning of light and heavy industrial facilities. Light industrial cleaning involves cleans of units typically under 120,000 square feet. These include manufacturing plants, small factories, and warehouses. Heavy industrial cleaning includes capital-intensive units such as power stations, shipyards, oil, gas, and chemical processing plants.

What Are Typical Examples of Industrial Cleaning

Typical examples of industrial cleaning include the cleaning of factory floors, pressure washing inside and outside walls, cleaning of partition walls, lighting, windows, and suspended clients.

What is the difference between industrial and commercial cleaning?

The key difference between industrial and commercial cleaning is the sectors they relate to. Industrial cleaning involves the cleaning of light and heavy industrial plants, units, and machinery. Commercial cleaning relates to the cleaning of commercial premises (offices, restaurants, shopping centers, and commercial kitchens). Typically commercial cleans will involve different chemicals, processes, and scheduling to industrial cleans.

What Kinds of Equipment is Used For Industrial Cleaning?

Industrial cleaning equipment includes hot water pressure machines and steam cleaners, industrial vacuum cleaners, heavy-duty pressure washers, floor scrubbers, and dries, floor sweepers, fogging equipment. Cleaning specialists are typically dressed in high visibility vests and helmets for the health and safety of staff and to meet industrial cleaning regulations. For more hazardous cleans such as chemical spills, cleaning specialists wear full hazmat suits.