Christmas designed and delivered to the hospitality sector by PHS Greenleaf

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As the hospitality sector starts planning for the festive season, PHS Greenleaf reminds Facilities Managers of the benefits of commercial Christmas tree hire when decorating the premises.

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At PHS Greenleaf, we are experts at taking the strain away from the hospitality sector by providing the complete Christmas package.

Creating a festive atmosphere is an ideal way to attract interest over the Christmas period, with trees, lights and decorations encouraging customers to spend time and money.

But for Facilities Managers decorating a pub, hotel or restaurant for Christmas can seem like a monumental task, particularly with the health and safety implications that go with it.

PHS Greenleaf, the leading Christmas tree hire provider in the UK, reminds them that specialist help is at hand for the delivery, installation and removal of festive accessories.

Stuart Price, Managing Director of PHS Greenleaf, said: “At PHS Greenleaf, we are experts at taking the strain away from the hospitality sector by providing the complete Christmas package.

“We offer 21 unique commercial Christmas tree designs ideal for pubs, restaurants and hotels, as well as a selection of wreaths, garlands and lighting displays.

“After you have chosen your decorations, our team of technicians will install them at a time suited to your business, regardless of whether that means working at weekends or through the night.

“And once the Christmas period is over, we will return to remove the display and return your premises to normal.

“To maintain your green credentials, we guarantee that all real trees will be shredded and recycled, and artificial decorations will be collected and refurbished in time for Christmas 2014.”

But PHS Greenleaf is also aware that Facilities Managers have health and safety regulations to consider when decorating the premises for Christmas. Stuart Price explains that PHS Greenleaf always puts safety at the heart of its business.

He said: “To make sure you remain compliant, our team of technicians carry out Risk Assessments and Method statements as standard when installing commercial Christmas trees.

“We will ensure that your decorations do not cause any obstructions to your employees and customers, as well as keeping fire exits and notice boards completely clear.

“In addition, all our energy-efficient LED lights are tested for safety before being used, and our artificial Christmas trees are completely flame retardant.”

Every year the PHS Greenleaf team works tirelessly to take the strain away from festive decorating, so that the hospitality sector can concentrate on giving its customers the perfect holiday experience- get in touch with PHS Greenleaf today to find out how they could deliver you a hassle free Christmas.

About PHS
The PHS Group is a leading workplace services provider, and has traded in the UK since 1963. It has a diverse service portfolio aimed at improving work and leisure spaces, while making life much easier for facilities, building and people managers.

PHS really does ‘do more than you think’, providing products and services for:

  •     Crate rental and packaging
  •     Interior and exterior planting
  •     Laundry equipment and workwear
  •     Matting and flooring
  •     Records storage and management
  •     Shredding and recycling
  •     Testing and compliance
  •     Washrooms
  •     Waste management
  •     Water machines
  •     Workplace consumables

PHS provides these direct to UK companies, and also operates as a tier one supplier to the facilities management market, supporting the integrated service propositions of most of the major FMs.

The PHS Group’s annual turnover for the year ending March 2012 was £422 million. It employs around 5,000 personnel, operates from a wide network of 153 regional service branches, and takes care of over 250,000 customers at over 450,000 locations in the UK, Ireland, Holland, Belgium and Spain.

http://www.phs.co.uk/greenleaf

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