Do you enjoy summer, spending time outdoors, lounging around your pool and swimming? Well, we’re sure you do, just as all Australian’s do! Well, after much of the cold and horrible rainy weather Sydney has experienced, I’m sure that we are all glad that Summer is here!
I’m sure that, over the last couple of days we have all started to wonder outside to only discover that our property could do with a spruce up and really needs a high pressure clean and exterior soft-wash. If so, then please don’t panic, as high pressure cleaning or soft-wash can remove and clean a range of contaminants from any of your outdoor surfaces.
You’ll be surprised, at just how amazing your property is going to look after our pressure cleaning service has removed years of dirt, mould and grime. So, why don’t you invest into the aesthetics of your property and impress all of friends, neighbors and relatives when they next come over to visit you.
We’d also briefly like to take the opportunity to discuss the issue of fire safety, and offer you some practical advice, so you can best prepare your property for the upcoming season.
1. Gutter Cleaning & Hazard Removal – take the time to clean your gutters and remove any other debris from your roof.
2. Remove Dead Leafs & Trim Overgrown Trees – these can act as fire hazards and should be acted upon immediately.
3. Test Fire Alarms – you should routinely and periodically manually verify and test that your fire alarms are fully functionally.
If you’d like to organise a quote and spruce up your property for summer, then please don’t hesitate any longer and contact us today – we are ready, and awaiting to take your call. Contact Sydney’s Leading Pressure Cleaners on 0431 585 783.
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