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Top Commercial Cleaners
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LinkU’s Top Rated Commercial Cleaners

Check out Professional and Reliable Commercial Cleaners on LinkU

GreenNet Property Services


“Very thorough cleaning team! Attention to detail and very careful when handling furnishings and personal effects. Professional, Prompt, Polite and Trustworthy.”

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Leigh's Window Cleaning


“Proper old school service! Leigh and his team rocked up on time, did an awesome job and they work at a great pace! After being mucked around big time by another window cleaning mob, it was a breath of fresh air to have these guys doing the job.”

Reviews (71)

Ultimate Cleaners


“The service and quality of work I’ve received from Ultimate Cleaners has been top quality every time. I spent weeks trying to lift some pretty tough mould staining from the walls of one of the houses I own, spent heaps on stuff to get at it myself but it really wasn’t worth it in the end as the cleaners made it look easy – was also cheaper with them that way too.”

Reviews (10)

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Commercial Cleaning FAQ

What do Commercial Cleaners do?

Commercial cleaners can perform a multitude of services to get your property spick and span. These include:

– General cleaning
– Bathroom cleaning
– Kitchen cleaning
– Carpet cleaning
– Floor Maintenance
– Hard surface floor cleaning
– Furniture and upholstery cleaning
– Power washing
– Window washing

When should I call a Commercial Cleaner?

You should call a commercial cleaner for general cleaning of places of business which includes office buildings, factories, restaurants, bars and shops.

How much does Commercial Cleanings cost?

The cost of commercial cleaning is dependent on the components of the job, which include the time it takes to complete the job, the frequency of cleaning, supplies being used and the services rendered. Commercial cleaners will provide a detailed break down of the tasks, time, materials and costs.

Can I still book Commercial Cleaners?

Yes. Maintaining a safe and clean environment is important. Our commercial cleaners practice precautions by the Department of Health for COVID-19.

What are the safety practices of Commercial Cleaners?

Our trained cleaners avoid touching their mouth, nose and eyes when cleaning. Cleaners wear recommended Personal Protective Equipment comprising of disposable gloves, surgical masks, eye protection and face shield. They use alcohol-based hand rub before and after removing protective gear.

In areas where they have been an infectious individual, cleaners wear gloves, surgical masks, eye protection or face shield, disposable gown and show covers. Full list of precautionary measures can be found here.

Are Commercial Cleaners licensed and insured?

Our commercial cleaners hold a public liability insurance, worker’s compensation insurance and a registered Australian Business Number (ABN). Ask for proof of these documents before signing a contract with a cleaner.

Do Commercial Cleaners bring their own supplies?

Commercial cleaning companies bring their own professional cleaning supplies based on the job requirements. They will provide a break down of the supplies and equipment they will use which will factor in the cost. If you choose to provide your own supplies, inform the commercial cleaners so they can omit this from the quote.