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Eco-cleaning Services in Wollongong

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Eco-cleaning services are becoming increasingly popular as more people seek to do their home or commercial cleaning in a sustainable way.

Use this guide to find out your options of environmentally-friendly cleaners if you live in or around Wollongong.

What are the main types of eco-friendly cleaning?

Many eco-friendly cleaners will offer the same types of cleaning service as any other home or office cleaning company. This may include:

  • Regular domestic cleans
  • End-of-lease cleans
  • Deep cleans
  • Window/exterior house cleans
  • Office or warehouse cleans
  • One-off cleans, such as oven cleaning or stain removal

Best eco-friendly cleaning services in Wollongong

Here are some of the leading eco-friendly cleaning services worth considering if you live in or near Wollongong:

Long-established option

Green and Clean Wollongong. The Wollongong company has more than 10 years' experience in providing eco-friendly cleaning services. You can access Green and Clean Wollongong via Facebook. There you can start the booking process by requesting an appointment at any available time, and awaiting direct contact from the business.

Multiple services option

The Cleaning Pixies. This Coledale-based business offers environmentally-friendly cleaning services in Wollongong, in a number of the city's nearby suburbs and further afield. The brand uses ENJO cleaning products as the basis for its seven main types of chemical-free cleans. You'll need to call or email The Cleaning Pixies to get a quote.

Carpet cleaning option

Eco-Green Carpet Cleaning. This Figtree-based small company offers environmentally-friendly carpet cleaning services and you may be able to find a competitive price. Its cleaning process involves 'encapsulation' technology where dirt particles are removed by a vacuum cleaner which Eco-Green Carpet Cleaning says uses 90% less water than steam cleaning methods.

Other cleaning services available in or near Wollongong

  • AAA Property Services Wollongong
  • Absolute Domestics Wollongong
  • AGM Cleaners
  • Bebrite Wollongong
  • Bond Cleaning in Wollongong
  • Brothers in Cleaning
  • Completion Cleaning Services
  • Di's Builder's Cleans
  • Harris Quality Cleaning
  • Illawarra Prestige Cleaning
  • Miss Sparkles External House Washing
  • Northern Suburbs Cleaning
  • Northern Illawarra Gutter Cleaning
  • Premier Cleaners Wollongong
  • Saddies The Cleaning Ladies
  • The Clean Scrubba Dub Dub Team
  • The Squeegees Window Cleaning
  • V.I.P. Cleaning Wollongong
  • Woonona Cleaning Services
  • Wollongong City Cleaning

What's a reasonable price for house cleaning?

With an eco-friendly clean, you might expect to pay a few dollars more per hour than the average cost of a standard clean which may set you back anything from $30 per hour to $60+ depending on the needs of your specific job.

The cost of an eco-friendly cleaner may vary depending on factors such as the size of your property, how many rooms you need cleaning, the tasks and whether the cleaning service is booked for a weekday or weekend.

Once you've settled for an eco-cleaning service, ask them to come to your property to give you a tailored quote for the services you require.

Expect to find that you're charged more for any additional services – such as cleaning the windows, cupboards and carpets. So, ask for a full quote upfront to avoid any nasty surprises when it comes to getting your bill.

How should I compare eco-friendly cleaning services?

Generally, it's a good idea to look for a range of credible online reviews, qualifications and accreditation.

Speaking about her experience of finding an eco-cleaning service, Wollongong resident Zoe told Finder:

"I found the process to be a little bit challenging. I was able to find some cleaners online after having had some luck via a Facebook Mum's group. After I was signposted to a couple of local recommendations, only one of these turned out to be specifically eco-friendly."

Zoe added: "To get a better range of quotes I'm looking further afield in the Illawarra and have asked some companies if they'll be able to come to our property."

Frequently asked questions

What is included in a deep clean?

A deep clean will reach the deeper grime and dirt in your home and can include areas which aren't traditionally covered by a regular clean. Examples can include cleaning behind large appliances and underneath kitchen sinks.

As with any type of clean, you can only expect a cleaner to complete the tasks that have been pre-agreed. Ultimately, it's up to you to be clear in your communication with the worker(s) so that you know what you can expect to get.

Do organic cleaners really work?

The effectiveness of any cleaning product is up for debate but, generally speaking, many high-quality disinfectants made with plant-based ingredients can be as effective as chemical-based cleaners.

How long does it take to clean a 3-bedroom house?

It could take anything between two and five hours to clean a 3-bedroom house. The time will vary depending on the size of your house, how detailed you want the clean to be and how many cleaners actually do the job.

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