Quality Floor Care Returns to Cardiff With New Premises

Quality Floorcare Ltd, grows stronger in the commercial floorcoverings sector as Managing Director, David Robinson, returns to his roots and the Welsh capital after 25 years of trading.


Robinson, who’s humble beginnings started in his back room in Canton, trading from an estate car, has now moved back into Cardiff’s premier business area – Pacific Business Park.


“Having been in Newport for a number of years, I felt our business strategy going forward needed a bigger platform to allow further development for the future.” Said Robinson.


“QFC over the years has built up a trusted and lasting relationship, working directly with some of the biggest UK companies.  This has enabled us to steadily progress in this highly competitive market.


“We also work closely with the some of the nation’s leading service providers such as Kier, OCS Cannon Hygeine, Regent, Integral, ISS and Mitie, to offer a carpet fitting  and cleaning service to building and facilities managers across the UK.”


The flooring experts, who cover everything from Commercial Carpet Cleaning nationwide to providing flooring services at every level including such prestigious sites such as the 5-Star luxury hotel – The Taj in Buckingham Gate London.


“We provide a ‘One Stop service’ from basic entrance matting to bespoke soft decorative floorcoverings with a second to none professional experience that has enabled us to be a market leader” continued Robinson.


St James Place Wealth Management  commented  “We have worked with QFC for around 20 years and they have constantly provided a first class, reliable service.


“QFC are currently working at our headquarters in Cirencester upgrading all of our carpets to a very high standard and we are delighted with the progress being made and hope to continue our close relationship in the future.


The Welsh – based company hopes to continue it’s success, building on the foundation of a strong and trusted client portfolio and further investment.












9 January, 2018

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