Clean Group Launches NDIS Cleaning Services in Sydney

July 13, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Clean Group, a company based in Sydney, NSW, Australia, has announced that they are now offering National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) cleaning services in Sydney and neighbouring areas. They are now a comprehensive NDIS cleaning agency that will handle all of the cleaning requirements of the home, office, or other properties. Their NDIS cleaning services include basic cleaning, carpet cleaning, garden cleaning and maintenance, laundry cleaning, end of lease cleaning, and decluttering.

Suji Siv, owner and CEO of Clean Group, says, “Our cleaners are specifically instructed and trained to provide you with every kind of support and keep care of your comfort in all the conditions. We will ensure not to distribute your regular operations while doing our cleaning work. We have a dedicated team of 50+ cleaners with extensive training & experience in NDIS cleaning. We are a trusted and reputable cleaning agency committed to assisting NDIS participants and disabled persons throughout the country with effective home cleaning & management services.”

He continues, “While many cleaning agencies that claim to offer NDIS cleaning services do not have valid certification or training in the same, Clean Group is a registered and highly trusted NDIS service provider that has been providing time-sensitive and affordable NDIS cleaning services to participants for over 20 years now. We offer our cleaning services in most suburbs of Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.”

The cleaning company offers a broad selection of cleaning services. These include routine cleaning, internal-external window cleaning, office cleaning, carpet cleaning, childcare cleaning, medical centre cleaning, gym cleaning, school cleaning, and more.

Clean Group has a team of highly trained and experienced NDIS cleaners who are both insured and police-verified. And despite being the most popular cleaning services provider in Sydney, they still offer competitive cleaning service fees that are likely to fit the budget of just about everyone.

Naturally, they offer general home cleaning, which is important and must be done regularly to make sure the living spaces in the home are clean and safe. This is appropriate for those who have not time or are unable clean. This service will include everything from floor washing and scrubbing, to window cleaning, furniture wiping and cleaning, dusting, mopping, and toilet and bathroom cleaning.

Carpet steam cleaning will also be provided because carpets usually accumulate a lot of dirt, dust, stains, hair, and microorganisms over time. Thus, Clean Group will clean the carpets using vacuum and steam cleaning techniques once in a while, based on the specific needs of the client. They will eliminate the dirt and other debris from the carpet to ensure that these are clean and safe for the family members, especially the children.

Those who are disabled may not be able to provide the appropriate care for the plants and gardens in their home. For this, the cleaning company has a dedicated NDIS garden maintenance services crew to handle the cleaning and maintenance requirements of the garden and its various plants and trees. Their team will help in cleaning and maintaining the garden properly while the client is unable to do it.

Another vital component of their NDIS cleaning services is laundry cleaning. Clean Group staff will regularly machine wash the clothes, sheets, blinds, blankets, and other items in the home. Afterwards, they will iron, fold, and arrange the clothes and other items properly. Depending on the client’s preference, they can do the laundry either at the client’s home or at a public laundry room.

For those who are moving into a newly leased home, end of lease cleaning that is tailored for NDIS members can be provided. Unlike the basic cleaners, the end-of-lease cleaners from Clean Group will thoroughly clean the home the client is moving into, and that includes all of the furniture, ceiling fans, electronics devices, wardrobes, carpets, floors, doors and walls, and more. They can also provide decluttering services for the library, bathrooms, living room, kitchen, and more.

When looking for a provider of NDIS cleaning Sydney residents may want to check out the website of Clean Group, or contact them on the telephone or through email.

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For more information about Clean Group, contact the company here:

Clean Group
Suji Siv
1300073089
sales@cleangroup.email
Level 10/72 Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000

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