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The service was fantastic- on time and very thorough
St Kilda West
Monica and her team are always exceptional
Very thorough. Thank you for such good work!
They were fantastic - everything was excellent and I would definitely book again based on this!
Great experience for our first clean. Our duo brought their own equipment, and were punctual and efficient. They were very friendly and checked in with us during the clean to make sure we were happy with the job. When they finished well within the booked time they tackled a few extra tasks for us. Great experience.
Chris did a great job.
Thank you, the ladies were very nice, polite and helpful.
McMahons Point End of Lease Cleaning
Are you packing out, or selling your house, flat or apartment? Are you worried about getting your bond money back? Have you left your cleaning to the last minute? Or, maybe you just don’t have the energy, time or capacity to do it. Do you need professional cleaners who are timely and trustworthy to do the cleaning for you? Our professional cleaners have a wealth of experience gained from working with several real estate agents and landlords. Our cleaners understand what needs to be paid attention to when cleaning home and pay due attention to these areas.
In addition, Calibre Cleaning professional cleaners are taught to pay special attention to every part of clients’ home in order to ensure that customer satisfaction is provided. The beauty of Calibre Cleaning is that it is easily accessible. All that clients need to do is to go online and book a date and time and allow our professional cleaners to come in and do their job without disturbing.
If for any reason at all our cleaners do not perform a satisfactory clean at your property. Our clients are free to call us to complain and we will provide a re-clean to the premises. Calibre Cleaning is focused on providing our customers with satisfactory services.
We are also devoted to providing service that relieves our customers of the stress associated with cleaning. We perform our duties with professionalism and attention to detail that is unparalleled by any other cleaning service in Sydney.End of lease cleaning prices
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McMahon is an electoral division in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It was formed in the year 2010 and it was named to give honor to the former Australian Prime Minister Sir William McMahon. It was a substitute for the abolished division of Prospect.
The electoral division is located in the western suburbs and it houses the suburbs of Erskine Park, Fairfield Heights, Greystanes, Guildford West, Horseley Park, Merrylands West, Minchinbury, Mount Vernon, Old Guildford, Pemulway, Smithfield, St Clair, Wetherill Park, and Woodpark; as well as parts of Abbotsbury, Arndell Park, Blacktown, Bossley Park, Canley Vale, Cecil Park, Eastern Creek, Fairfield West, Guildford, Huntingwood, Kemps Creek, Merrylands, Orchard Hills, Prairiewood, Prospect, South Wentworthville, and Yennora. The present Member for McMahon, since the 2010 federal election, is the former member for Prospects, Chris Bowen, Former interim leader of the Australian Labor Party.
In 2017 an event worth noting took place, the division had the third highest percentage of “NO” responses in a national survey designed to gauge support for legalizing same-sex marriage in Australia. The survey was held via the postal service between 12 September and 7 November 2017 and 64.9 percent of the electorate’s respondent to the survey responding “No”.