1st Choice High Level Cleaning & Maintenance adds Glass Renovation & Protection to their impressive range of services

Based in Portsmouth, 1st Choice High Level Cleaning & Maintenance has evolved into a leading commercial cleaning company that now operates across the south coast and the Home Counties.  Specialist cleaning of building façades, windows, public art and areas with restricted access are all part of their current services. They have now added the ClearShield Eco-System™ to their range of specialist solutions.

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The first and only complete system for glass renovation, ‘non-stick’ protection and maintenance, it is the technology of choice when regular cleaning is no longer sufficient to clean and keep glass surfaces clean.  Paul Coupland, Director and Dawn Nickels, Operations Coordinator, said “ We are excited by the ClearShield Eco-System’s capabilities to prevent costly glass replacement, as well as keep our clients’ buildings looking like new for many years”.

Paul and team spent two days training with the Ritec team to become qualified and approved ClearShield Eco-System™ specialist applicators. They will now be offering the unique solutions provided by the System to all their clients who need to renovate and protect problem glass.


Ritec is very happy to count 1st Choice as approved applicators of their award-winning System. The firm’s highly-trained workforce and full fleet of specialist vehicles and equipment enables them to respond quickly to urgent requests whilst also being able to manage large infrastructure projects.

So don’t put up with dirty or dull looking glass, contact 1st Choice High Level Cleaning & Maintenance now!

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