10th Anniversary For Local Businesswomen

Local businesswoman Nicola Bailey is looking forward to celebrating the 10th anniversary of her domestic, commercial cleaning and housekeeping company Bright & Beautiful which covers Bury, Bolton and Rossendale. Nicola told Your Local BURY “We provide a full housekeeping service including laundry and ironing to help busy people keep on top of the housework so they get back their free time to do the things they enjoy rather than scrubbing their shower on a weekend!”

This year Nicola is planning to celebrate her 10th year in business by aiming for her best year yet. The business found the last year with Covid-19 a challenge but has found that business is now becoming busier with families wanting their homes spring cleaned after weeks of working at home and home schooling the children.

There are also a rush of bookings for moving house cleans and end of tenancy cleans, as the country begins to open up again. Businesses whose offices have been in mothballs for over a year are also using the company for a full clean so when they open up from lockdown staff and customers alike can have peace of mind of knowing their premises are clean and sanitised. The business uses eco-friendly products including hospital grade disinfectants and have recently introduced a ‘fogging’ service proven to kill 99.99% of viruses. This is a fine mist sprayed into the air to disinfect premises without the need to remove soft furnishings or move paperwork from desks. The workplace or office can be back in service 30 minutes later so the disruption is minimal.

Nicola goes on to say “Cleaning has never been as important as it is right now and my teams are on-hand to help or even to just give advice.”


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