Builders Cleaning Sydney Firm Expands Service Base

Sydney-based Builders Cleaning offers an expanded service, after years in business. The company is now providing it's after renovation services to small builders and homeowners.

Sydney NSW - November 9, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Builders Cleaning Sydney is pleased to announce that after more than a decade in operation in the Sydney area, the company will be expanding their builders and after renovation cleaning services to the general public for the first time. Traditionally, the company has always only taken on work for larger developers and NSW government contracts. This is good news for small home renovators and builders who are usually forced to work with regular house cleaners which don't specialise in after builders and renovation cleaning.

According to a spokesperson from the company, "A builders clean is very different from a regular house clean because it involves removing a lot of dust, removing grout and mortar from tiles, cleaning render and concrete from glass and many other things which you normal house cleaners would never encounter under normal circumstances. Special chemicals and techniques are required to do a job to a high standard. A professional construction cleaning company will turn your building site into a showroom quality home. You aren’t going to get this when using regular house cleaners.

Additionally, using the wrong method can lead to permanent damage which will cost more money and time to fix, this becomes a massive problem for homeowners and builders which are working on tight budgets and timeframes. A proper builders clean requires skill and experience; this is the reason professionals are needed. BCS specialises in builder cleans and has worked with hundreds of builders including some of the Sydney's largest construction companies. Now, for the first time ever, our services are available to an owner builder or smaller building company for prices which are competitive with general house cleaners

He continues, “From single homes to office complexes and multi-level building projects, we offer the best post construction cleaning service that can be found in all of Sydney. We were established in 1998, and have performed post construction cleans on over a thousand building and renovation projects. Over this time, we’ve done post construction cleans on all types of buildings including homes, offices, retail shops, and warehouses among many others things."

Contact Info:
Name: Builders Cleaning Sydney
Organization: Builders Cleaning Sydney
Address: 703b/339 Sussex St, Sydney NSW 2000
Phone: 02 9037 3826

Source URL: https://marketersmedia.com/builders-cleaning-sydney-firm-expands-service-base/440924

For more information, please visit https://builderscleaningsydney.com.au/

Source: MarketersMedia

Release ID: 440924

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