HRH King Charles III grants Royal Warrant to Aberdeenshire firm

Left to Right: Stewart Gardiner, commercial director and Steve Kennedy, managing director at Perfectshine.

COMMERCIAL and domestic window cleaning specialist, Perfectshine, is honoured to achieve a distinct royal accolade from His Majesty The King to formally acknowledge the window and exterior cleaning services it supplies to the Royal Household.

The Royal Warrant will be proudly displayed at the company’s office at Blackburn, near Aberdeen.

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Steve Kennedy, managing director of Perfectshine, said: “Being awarded a Royal Warrant from His Majesty The King is a remarkable accomplishment which speaks volumes about the commitment and passion our team brings to delivering first-rate service.”

Stewart Gardiner, commercial director of Perfectshine, said: “Everyone at Perfectshine has contributed significantly to our success in achieving this prestigious recognition. We thank them all for their relentless dedication and hard work.”

Perfectshine was granted two Royal Warrants in 2021 – the only UK firm to receive two such seals of approval in that year.

Perfectshine primarily operates in the Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire areas, but also has contracts in the Highlands, Tayside and the Central Belt. The company provides window, gutter and cladding cleaning as well as power washing services. Its customers include energy companies, universities, sports facilities, professional services firms, commercial property management companies, national organisations and third-sector enterprises, as well as private residences and estates.

Established in 2003, Perfectshine has a staff of 38. Its sister company PerfectHygiene supports washroom services and hygiene material provisions – such as dispensers, hand sanitisers, air fresheners, hygiene bins and waste management services.

Companies that possess a Royal Warrant, valid for a period of up to five years, are acknowledged for supplying goods or services to the monarchy. They have the privilege of displaying the coat of arms of the Royal patron they serve on their packaging, in advertising materials, or on stationery.

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