Melbourne Best Commercial Window Cleaning Graffiti Removal Services Launched

Flash Window Cleaning in Melbourne has launched professional commercial window cleaning, graffiti removal, gutter and pressure cleaning services in Melbourne and surrounding areas.

Docklands, Australia - March 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Melbourne-based company Flash Window Cleaning has launched professional commercial window cleaning, graffiti removal, gutter and pressure cleaning services. The company specializes in providing expert cleaning services to commercial buildings in Melbourne.

More information can be found here: https://www.window-cleaning-melbourne.com.au

The company has been in business for 10 years and is a trusted commercial cleaning company for body corporate, office, commercial, corporate and retail spaces. They are able to accommodate any commercial cleaning project including high-rise buildings, car show rooms and large apartment blocks.

They offer flexible cleaning schedules to suit the unique needs of every customer. Whatever the scope of the project, Flash Window Cleaning is equipped and ready to tackle it. Whether the client requires weekly internal and external cleans or simply an external clean once a month, the team will be there as professional and efficient as ever.

While they are based in Melbourne, the company is able to travel to surrounding suburbs from Frankston to Kalkallo, so customers are urged to get in touch if they have a cleaning project outside of the city.

The company prides themselves on their professional presentation. All of their team members will show up in an immaculate, professional uniform and leave looking as professional as the job they left behind.

Body corporate window cleaning for apartment blocks, offices or tenant property can be a huge job, and one that is better left to the professionals. The team at Flash Window Cleaning will organize regular cleans and ensure they are always done on time and to a high standard.

Specialized services for motor vehicle showrooms are also available. The team uses careful cleaning techniques to ensure no water drops onto new showroom cars. They work hard to make sure they clean up all of their water as they go to maintain the pristine image of showroom and prevent any slip hazards.

The company website also offers customers free quotes, no matter the size of job, making it easy for customers to shop around and get the best possible deal. Interested parties can get their free quotes, find more information and book them for a job at the link above.

Contact Info:
Name: Dylan Butler
Email: Send Email
Organization: Flash Window Cleaning
Address: 1501/70 Lorimer Street, Docklands, Victoria 3008, Australia
Phone: +61-1800-439-352
Website: https://www.window-cleaning-melbourne.com.au/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 492916

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