Melbourne Commercial Window Cleaning Experts Washers Service Launched

Melbourne window cleaners Flash Window Cleaning launched an updated range of commercial window cleaning services for clients in Melbourne, Frankston, Kalkallo and the surrounding areas.

Docklands, Australia - October 10, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Flash Window Cleaning, a window cleaning company based in Melbourne, announced an updated range of window cleaning services for commercial clients in Melbourne and the surrounding areas. The company serves office buildings, malls, showrooms and all other types of commercial spaces, providing flexible cleaning schedules adapted to the needs of each client.

More details can be found at https://www.window-cleaning-melbourne.com.au.

The new service announcement aims to provide business owners in the Melbourne area with a versatile and cost-effective way to keep their locations clean and professional looking.

The advantages of periodic window cleaning extend well beyond making a solid first impression on potential clients, with studies showing that they can also increase productivity and reduce long-term maintenance and repair costs.

Flash Window Cleaning works with a team of experienced cleaners using high-quality solutions to provide professional window cleaning and washing for all types of commercial buildings.

Depending on the needs of each client, the company can provide anything from monthly exterior window cleaning to weekly interior and exterior cleaning services.

The company’s cleaners have neat uniforms and have been trained to be as discreet and effective as possible.

Clients benefit from a personalized approach to ensure that their windows are cleaned without any interference with their business. For motor vehicle showroom, for instance, the company uses a special cleaning technique to eliminate the risk of dripping water onto the cars in the showroom.

Flash Window Cleaning is available for professional commercial window cleaning services both in Melbourne and the surrounding suburbs, from Frankston to Kalkallo.

With the recent update, the company continues to expand its range of professional window cleaning services for clients in Melbourne and the surrounding areas.

A satisfied client said: “I have been using their service for over two years at our office premises for cleaning our windows. They schedule cleaning after office hours, so the work is not hampered. I found their services are of good quality and the prices are competitive as well. They are punctual, professional and hard working.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

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: 88926858

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