Your spare time is precious so spend it with the people you care for, doing the things you enjoy.
Hiring a cleaner is no longer seen as a luxury, it is simply a necessary investment made by smart people who value their time.
For a small weekly or monthly investment you can free up hours of your time, allowing you to spend more time doing the things you really love. Now that's priceless!
What do we clean?
Everything and anything! We come to your home sit down and design a personalised weekly cleaning plan with you that you are 100% happy with. We will:
  • Vacuum
  • Mop
  • Sweep
  • Dust
  • Cob web removal
  • Do a general tidy up
  • Wipe down all surfaces
  • Clean walls and skirting boards
  • Clean ovens
  • Deodorize
  • Polish
  • And more!
We can also organize other household services such as pest control, plumbers, carpenters, electrical and ironing services etc.
Office and commercial cleaning is vital to maintain your corporate image and increase staff productivity.
Whether you have one small office that requires cleaning once a week, or a building full of offices that requires daily cleaning, All Gone Extreme Clean can meet your needs.
We will visit your premises, assess your needs and work out a cleaning plan in partnership with you. Here is an overview of our office cleaning services:
  • Carpet cleaning
  • Vacuuming
  • Mopping tiled areas
  • Cleaning interior windows
  • Cleaning the kitchen
  • Cleaning toilet and bathrooms areas
  • Dusting all surfaces
  • Emptying rubbish bins
  • Wiping down desks and other surfaces
  • Any other cleaning requirement
If you are the owner/manager of a workspace or public building and there has been a trauma accident All Gone Extreme Clean will:
Reduce the risk of infections to your staff and the general public
Reduce the risk of public liability to your staff and the general public
If a staff member or member of the general public makes a claim for contracting a deadly infection due to exposure to biohazard waste, this could cost your company millions of dollars; not to mention the trauma of knowing that a person has become ill, and that the situation was entirely avoidable.