Campbelltown in metropolitan Sydney’s south-west has become a major bustling centre. And it’s where Freshwater Cleaning works closely with the commerce community to meet its increasing demand for commercial cleaning. Campbelltown has gone from strength to strength in terms of commercial growth, developing in its original old town centre location, and now extending into a second commercial area near Macarthur railway station, encompassing Macarthur Square shopping centre and the University of Western Sydney. Over the years as we have worked within this locale, ourreputation among its business owners has strengthened. All simply because we deliver an exceptional, secure, value for money cleaning service.
We make it our responsibility to ensure that you obtain a reliable cleaning service that meets and exceeds your high expectations, allowing you the peace of mind to focus on your core business matters. We tackle the fine details such as wiping dust from the crevices or dirt marks on the walls, in line with a detailed individual cleaning schedule. It’s such attention to detail that makes a big qualitative difference to your working environment yet is oftentimes omitted by other cleaning services in an attempt to cut corners.
It’s also an integral part of our customer service to really listen to your individual needs and attend to your every requirement. Just as we do for owners of other commercial premises throughout Campbelltown. And because our business has grown in large part due to word-of-mouth recommendations, we are always careful to maintain our reputation on behalf of and for our treasured clients. For us, there is simply no option to waver from our high cleaning standards, consistency of service and very importantly, our trustworthiness. Your personal point of contact is also Freshwater Cleaning’s founder and owner, Nathan Payne.
Our family owned business, which has been operating for more than 10 years, now includes 20 staff. Everyone is trained and managed by Nathan Payne to ensure this commercial cleaning company is the best around. Everyone abides by strict Occupational Health and Safety practices that avert cross contamination. We are pleased to uphold these ‘hidden from view’ standards which in effect strongly impact the health and safety of you and your staff. Our method is to carefully segment and classify the contamination levels of different parts of your workplace: washroom areas that include mirrors, sinks and counters; low risk areas without the presence of food; general food and bar use which includes kitchens; and high risk areas that encompass restroom surfaces. These simple but powerful safety measures are integral to our cleaning process, but are unfortunately often ignored by other less scrupulous cleaning companies.
And importantly, we offer reasonable, competitive rates that are all-round fair.
We would like the opportunity to bring our exceptional cleaning service to your Campbelltown business. For a friendly chat and an obligation-free quote, please call us on 1300 851 167. And if you like, we can provide further references from our current customers. We look forward to a great working partnership with you, based on value, care, experience, trust and excellence.
Our clients … and why they love us!
“Harcourts Hills Living employ Freshwater to undertake all of our property maintenance work…great customer service, responsiveness and quality of work…We highly recommend them…”
“Being a solicitors office with sensitive information…you really need a cleaning company you can trust. Freshwater is such a company…”
“They always seem to exceed our expectations and go above and beyond what is expected of them…They take pride in their work…”
“Nathan and his team have provided us with a high quality of service and reliability. Any issues or extra requests are attended to immediately and professionally…”
“Our search for good cleaners has finally ended. Nathan and the team at Freshwater have blown us away with their attention to detail, reliability, customer service and desire to exceeding client expectations.”