Commercial Cleaning Wellington Expands Service List

Top Star Cleaning offers bespoke terms from a team that is reliable and will deliver to the standard customers expect, keeping the business clean and tidy.

Wellington NZ, New Zealand - November 19, 2019 / / —

Top Star Cleaning and Kai Cui are pleased to announce that the commercial cleaning Wellington firm provides a range of services targeted, particularly for commercial clients. The company also does residential cleaning and other specialized cleaning tasks on demand. As the leading commercial cleaners in Wellington, Top Star cleans offices, entertainment venues, government buildings, shops, educational buildings, and more.

Top Star is a trusted, locally owned, and operated commercial cleaning company in Wellington. At Top Star Cleaning, commercial cleaning needs are covered. The firm offers a comprehensive range of services and flexible contracts. This means customers can decide on their convenient cleaning schedule, plus TS doesn't require a long-term commitment. The quality of service from the trustworthy team is second to none, plus prices are kept low.

Additional details are available at https://topstar.co.nz/

According to a cleaning company Wellington representative, “We are so confident about the competitiveness of our prices that we offer you the Top Star Guarantee. If we can’t beat the price of your current cleaning services contract, we will clean your business for the first week for free. Our commercial cleaning portfolio includes office cleaning in offices of all sizes; retail unit cleaning including shops, restaurants, cafes, and more; manufacturing facilities cleaning; educational and government building cleaning; airport premises; medical and dental clinics; sport and recreation facilities; and church and worship locations.”

In addition to commercial cleaning in Wellington, Top Star provides a range of other cleaning services. They offer residential cleaning, including carpet cleaning Wellington procedures. They have a dedicated and professional team, and we are committed to delivering excellent levels of customer service. Getting cleaning services has never been so easy. Some of the things that make the team different than their competitors include price, no long-term contracts, high standards, and exceptional customer service. The company also does windows.

Contact Info:
Name: Kai Cui
Email: Send Email
Organization: Top Star Cleaning
Address: 54 Sheridan Terrace, Johnsonville, Wellington 6037 NZ
Phone: 04 391 0040
Website: https://topstar.co.nz/

Source URL: https://marketersmedia.com/commercial-cleaning-wellington-expands-service-list/88934622

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