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|Number of employees VS number of cleaning visits||Estimated Price|
|(1- 7 people) 1 Day / week||from $500.00 + GST / month|
|(8 - 14 people) 2 Days / week||from $800.00 + GST / month|
|(15 - 21 people) 3 Days / week||from $1,200.00 + GST / month|
|(22 - 28 people) 4 Days / week||from $1,600.00 + GST / month|
|(>35 people) 5 Days / week||from $1,950.00 + GST / month|
As a general rule of thumb, to maintain hygiene and balance cost, we calculate per every 7 people = 1 cleaning day per week. Please see our below guideline for this:
< 7 people = 1 day cleaning per week
14 people = 2 days cleaning per week
21 people = 3 days cleaning per week
28 people = 4 days cleaning per week
> 35 people = 5 days cleaning per week.
Here is an interesting video that shows how germs can spread in an office of just 5 people without even touching each other.
|Population||14,940 (2016 census)|
|• Density||6,230/km2 (16,100/sq mi)|
|Elevation||13 m (43 ft)|
|Area||2.4 km2 (0.9 sq mi)|
|Location||3 km (2 mi) from Melbourne|
|LGA(s)||City of Melbourne|
North Melbourne is an inner suburb of Melbourne, Australia, 3 km north-west of Melbourne’s Central Business District. Its local government area is the City of Melbourne. At the 2016 Census, North Melbourne had a population of 14,940.
North Melbourne is bounded by the CityLink freeway to the west, Victoria Street to the south, O’Connell and Peel Streets to the east and Flemington Road to the north. Since July 2008 its local government area has been the City of Melbourne, when it took over the administration of parts of Kensington and North Melbourne that were previously under the City of Moonee Valley, resulting in an increase of approximately 4760 residents and almost 3000 workers (2006 Census).
Formerly known as Hotham, it was essentially a working class area, with some middle class pockets, and was one of the first towns in Victoria to be granted Municipal status.
Today it continues to undergo gentrification, noted for its Victorian architecture, cosmopolitan demographic, commercial and older industrial areas.