Milifix launches Commercial Cleaning Department

11th March 2019

Milifix is pleased to announce the official launch of its commercial cleaning department.

We are already working with a number of clients in Sheffield and Leeds and are looking for further opportunities within the Chamber region. If you need welfare cleaning, office cleaning or commercial build and sparkle cleans please let us know. Milifix is a multi-trade Subcontractor service based in Sheffield with over 30 years combined trade experience. As an ex-Forces, family run company we are passionate about supporting those who have Served and have built a team of experienced trades and craftsmen from a Forces background. This makes us stand out from the crowd - our clients tell us our guys are dedicated, hardworking and focussed on delivering a high quality and lean service. That's what our customers tell us but what do our team members say? They share that we are an employer of choice for ex-Forces looking to add value and work in a friendly and professional environment. Phone: 0800 046 7307 Email:

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