Shepherd’s Commercial Cleaning Maintenance is your one-stop-shop for all your commercial cleaning needs!

Shepherd’s Commercial Cleaning Maintenance is your one-stop-shop for all your commercial cleaning needs!

One-stop-shop for your commercial cleaning needs

Armstrong store equipped with supplies to bring you a clean, safe and healthy environment!

Unarguably, one of the biggest takeaways from this past year is the importance of having a clean and sanitized space. In fact, both the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Canadian Public Health Service (CPHS) have shared the significance a sanitized environment has in preventing the spread of COVID. More specifically, sanitizing high-touch surfaces can help lower the chance of spreading the virus.

Equipped with an extensive and ever-expanding selection of commercial maintenance products, Shepherd’s Commercial Maintenance has everything you need for a clean, safe and healthy space!

“I like to think of us as a one-stop-shop for all your cleaning needs,” explains sales rep Stewart De Vries.

Here you’ll find commercial maintenance supplies for offices, hospitals, hotels, schools, warehouses and businesses big and small.

You can expect to find a fully stocked inventory, including:

  • cleaning products, such as disinfectants and sanitizers,
  • cleaning supplies & equipment, which could include brooms, dusters and dust pans,
  • garbage bags,
  • paper products, such as paper towels,
  • skin care products, such as soap and gloves,
  • industrial cleaning supplies, including cleaners and degreasers
  • and much more!

On top of that, ask about janitorial and sanitation products to help you clean up any mess, including their own exclusive, professional line of environmentally friendly cleaning products.

Quality products backed by knowledgeable expertise

If you’re unsure which products are right for you, not to worry! The trained and certified maintenance experts are dedicated to helping you find exactly what you need. And, with more than 15 years of related experience, De Vries’ considerable industry experience has made him a trusted resource for many throughout Revelstoke.

Better yet, ordering what you need is simple. The hassle-free process is fast, free and comes with a 100 per cent product guarantee.

If you’ve had it with short shipments, minimum orders and delivery fees – it’s time to consider Shepherd’s Hardware for all your commercial cleaning needs.

Located in Armstrong, they have proudly been serving Revelstoke and surrounding areas for all your cleaning supplies.

To get in touch, fill out the contact form, email them, or visit them online today!


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