Are you concerned about inconsistent cleaning standards?
Worried about poor cleaning practices and poor communication?
Check out our introductory video and find out why we might be your perfect partner.
|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.
|• Density||6,180/km2 (16,000/sq mi)|
|Area||2.1 km2 (0.8 sq mi)|
|Location||5 km (3 mi) from Melbourne|
|LGA(s)||City of Stonnington|
Prahran (IPA: /prəˈræn/), also pronounced colloquially as Pran, is an inner suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 5 km south-east of Melbourne’s Central Business District, located within the City of Stonnington local government area. At the 2016 Census Prahran had a population of 12,982. Prahran is a part of Greater Melbourne, with many shops, restaurants and cafes. Chapel Street is a mix of upscale fashion boutiques and cafes. Greville Street, once the centre of the Melbourne’s hippie community, has many cafés, bars, restaurants, bookstores, clothing shops and music shops.
Prahran takes its name from Pur-ra-ran, a Boonwurrung word which was thought to mean “land partially surrounded by water”. When naming began the suburbs spelling was intended to be Praharan and pronounced Pur-ra-ran, but a spelling mistake on a government form lead to the name Prahran. More recently the word Pur-ra-ran has been identified as a transcription of “Birrarung”, the name for the Yarra River, or a specific point of it.