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7 days ago

Today is about remembering all those men and women who were and are brave enough to give there life for us and our country, its doesn’t matter what religion you follow, your colour or sex, today we all stand together to thank those who gave their life and those who continue to fight for us. Thank You all

8 days ago

Christmas planning Tip number TWO........ The List ..... Ok so you have your budget, you know how much your going to spend on everyone, you have told friends and family who you will NOT be buying presents for. Now ....... make that list. Doing this will really help you see if your budget is going to stretch and if you need to curb the spending a little. We can all go mad at this time of year, but you don't need to, the point of working out your budget is so that you don't over spend, so make sure you don't. Start by working out who you will be buying gifts for, then see if you can buy a cheaper gift or even something else, bath sets are great, but some can cost a fortune, maybe make your own, you can buy a nice box, put some shower gel in, foot cream, a sponge, and a little note, or do a little hamper with useful items such as coffee, sugar and treats. You will save so much money by making your own little gift sets. Its not just the present list either, don't forget the food list, how many times have you gone to do the Christmas food shop and come home with bags and bags of food, and the day after boxing day its in the bin. Work out what you are to eat Christmas eve, Christmas day and boxing day, add in some treats and snacks for any visitors but try not to go mad. Christmas day dinner doesn't have to be an expensive do either, if you cant afford a turkey get chicken and add some Roast pork, get the wonky veg, buy wine (if you drink) and add soda water to make a fizz, its about sharing a lovely family meal together and not breaking the bank.

11 days ago

So Proud of Alex

11 days ago

There is a saying, "its never to late to be what you wanted to be" this is so very true, Alex Rae one of our longest serving employees has always wanted to write a book and finally he has done just that and got it punished. We are so proud to have a talented author working for us and you can buy his book on Amazon, well done Alex https://www.amazon.co.uk/Robbin-Witches-OtherWorlders-Alex-Rae-ebook/dp/B07G64XL8Z/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1541338664&sr=8-3&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=robbin+witches

15 days ago

Christmas Planning ........ TIP NUMBER ONE! The Budget. Before you even start really thinking about how to get ready for Christmas, you need to work out your budget so that you can prepare wisely and STICK TO IT!! Remember to involve everything you will need. This includes; food, decorations, presents, outings, obligatory tacky jumpers…even postage stamps for Christmas cards and parking at the shopping centre. Work out what you will need to spend and where and write it all down. You can then get a better idea of how to manage your money, without any unnecessary splurges closer to the big day. Don't waste Your money on the obligatory tacky jumpers, they get warn for one day and then put to the back of the cupboard. Work out what you want to get for everyone, sometimes you do not need to buy presents, writing a lovely message in a card and posting it is enough, today we just send a text message or an email but a hand written card in the post is so lovely and means so much more. Don't be shy to tell everyone that your not buying presents, they may well be feeling the same way, but feel under pressure to buy them, money is always tight at Christmas so you would be surprised how glad someone will be if you say "this year I am just sending out cards" or "this year i am only buying presents for the kids or partner" Give the kids a budget, going mad spending hundreds of pounds on them is silly, you have worked hard for that money, so give them a budget be it £50 or £100 but only what you can afford and STICK TO IT! So now you have your budget and you are going to Stick to it.

15 days ago

Christmas can be a very stressful time for many people, we know there is still bonfire night to get through but its never too early to start preparing and planning for Christmas and with just a little over 7 weeks to go its not to early to start. STARTING TODAY ....... We will be giving you wonderful people tips every week on how to prepare yourself for the big mans arrival and hopefully make it a little less stressful.

21 days ago

Its almost 5th November, Bonfire night, we have had a good look round the York area for Bonfires but sadly not a great deal on and some have already sold out, here is a list of some that are still available. Long Marston starts at 5pm on the 5th Nov and this one is FREE, go to the village hall, we all love something FREE! Pocklington at West Green Fields from 5pm on 5th Nov Dunnington, starts at 5pm on the 3rd Nov Jubilee Park in Fangfoss at 6pm on the 3rd Nov Sandburn Hall Flaxton 5pm and 2nd Nov Long Marston starts at 5pm on the 5th Nov and this one is FREE, go to the village hall, we all love something FREE! has to get two mentions Please remember to be careful #synergycleanteam #synergybonfirenight #pleasebecareful #besafe

22 days ago

Massive congratulations to our team member Alex Rea, Alex has worked as part of the Synergy Clean Team for ten years, his reward is an extra weeks holiday every year, thank you Alex for all your hard work and dedication.

22 days ago

Did you know you can use regular toilet limescale remover to remove lime build up from around your taps and showers!! just pour a little on and rub with an OLD toothbrush and after a couple of minutes rinse and polish.

26 days ago

Did you know you can use baby oil for so many things, its not just for babies or those romantic nights in, giving each other a nice little massage ....... no..... you can use it for CLEANING, its great for removing those stubborn stickers, it will remove the grime around your bathtub ..... probably left after that massage .... and it will make stainless steal look like new .... bring on the baby oil people. #synergycleanteam #babyoil #synergycleaning

From four star Herrington Park log cabins has used many different cleaning contractors in the past and they have only ever lasted a couple of weeks, she often says she was sick of all the fake promises she was given and the standards in the cabins dropped.

Every Visitors' book in these cabins now compliments the standard of cleaning.

Herrington Park

Can't believe the difference, the team are trained and know what to do, they don't waste time just get straight on to it.

Shaw Trust

Synergy goes above and beyond by putting flowers in the ladies toilets and little air fresheners around so the office doesn’t smell like an old solicitor’s! I was, and still am over the moon with the cleaning.

Diane Robb,
XX Solicitors, York

I have, in the past, used many contract cleaning companies, they all start off well and after time the service starts to slip, I have very high standards and am extremely pleased with the work Synergy Cleaning do for me, I have been using them for over a year now and will not want to change, I can leave them with a key confident that when I return my home will be pristine, all the staff wear uniforms and know what they are doing, it is by far the best company I have used.

Maureen Briggs,
Domestic client

From the first contact with synergy cleaning you sense that this is an efficient organistation. Michaela is business-like and wants to help. It is a joy to walk into such a clean office every day. I could not recommend Michaela and her staff more highly.

Julie Wilson,
Practice Manager,
Sykes Lee Brydson
Solicitors

I have worked for many cleaning companies over the years and when I got my job with Michaela at Synergy I thought they would be just the same as all the others, no uniforms, no support or cleaning materials, well how wrong was I, I have been working for Synergy for over a year and we are always provide with Uniforms, we get support and the tools to do our job, it’s a great company.

Andy Pike,
Lafarge Quarry,
Worksop

I worked for the council for 25 years and unfortunately had to be retired on medical grounds, At my age, I thought I would never get another job, I sent off 100s of letters and not one response until I got in touch with Synergy, I have to say it’s the best job in the world, Michaela and the team go out of their way to support me and everyone works as a team, I love getting up in the morning and getting out to work, I never want to leave, I genuinely just love working for Synergy and Michaela.

Ian Hambleton,
Wilkinson head office,
Worksop

I had been looking for work for some time and really didn’t fancy going into cleaning, but from my very first interview I knew this company was going to be big. I have had training, all the things I didn’t think I would get from a cleaning company, like a staff hand book, health and safety training, and a future, I know I will go far and I am encouraged to do so, I have only been working for synergy for 7 months but I know I am going to be around for a very long time.

Donna Briggs,
Area Supervisor in York

From our first contact with Michaela and Synergy we have not been disappointed, it’s a very professional organisation and Michaela knows her stuff, the team are well trained, always arrive in uniform and are extremely efficient and very reliable, more often they are waiting at the gates when we arrive, they always go above and beyond and do those little extras that often get forgot about, I have no hesitation at all in recommending Synergy Cleaning Ltd.

Colin, York Van Centre