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Select Cleaning Waikato offers affordable cleaning services

Hamilton-based Select Cleaning Waikato offers affordable, high-class home cleaning services

DOING A thorough job, meeting clients’ expectations and affordability are the things Select Cleaning Waikato prides itself on.

Select Cleaning Waikato also caters to those who live 25-30km outside of its Hamilton base.

The area manager of Select Cleaning Waikato, Ray Mudgway, says the company has always had strong attention to detail since opening nearly six years ago.

People who use Select Cleaning Waikato can expect a thorough, top-to-bottom clean of their abode.

Selecting Cleaning Waikato does windows, ceilings, ovens, carpets and water blasts the outside of houses.

It also offers a car grooming service.

“We clean all parts of the house,” says Mr Mudgway.

“Instead of hiring different cleaners to do different jobs, we can do the whole lot.”

Meeting clients’ expectations is also important to Select Cleaning Waikato.

If people are unhappy with the service they have received, the company will redo the job until they are satisfied.

“We pride ourselves on our attention to detail. If it’s not right, we’ll fix it,” says Mr Mudgway.

“We guarantee our work to our customers’ satisfaction, not our satisfaction. Some customers have different expectations about what clean is.”

Ray Mudgway believes Select Cleaning Waikato offers its clients affordable rates.

A Standard three-bedroom, one-bathroom house is likely to cost around $40-45 to clean, while a four-bedroom, two-bathroom abode may set you back around $50-60. One would be looking at around $75-80 to clean a big property in the countryside.

“Our prices are extremely competitive,” says Mr Mudgway.

Select Cleaning Waikato also caters to those based in surrounding areas of Hamilton, such as Tamahere, Cambridge, Gordonton, Ohaupo, Pirongia, Lake Karapiro, Matangi and Te Kowhai.

“We go where other people don’t go,” says Mr Mudgway.

Select Cleaning Waikato does weekly, fortnightly and monthly cleans. It also does one-off jobs for those who are moving in or out of a house.

Select Cleaning Waikato can tailor cleaning schedules and prices to suit the individual needs of clients.

Ray Mudgway is more than happy to meet customers in the evening and on weekends.

Be sure to give Select Cleaning Waikato a call today for a free quote.

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