Commercial Ceiling and Wall Cleaning
Thinking of Painting your walls & Ceilings?
Consider cleaning them first.
Here is why:
Over time walls get dusty or greasy
Professionally clean walls & ceiling looks clean, is cheaper & less time consuming as compared to painting thus less disruption to business activities.
Once we clean them then the decision can be made if the painting is required & painters can start painting immediately as we have done the prep work already.
This will save approximately 65% of the costs.
Improved appearance of walls & ceilings
- Commercial Offices
- High Dusting
- Commercial Kitchens
We are very happy with your service and work! We never need to worry about the cleaning when we come in Monday morning because we know that it is clean and everything has been done.
I will definitely be recommending Service King – your service has been the best amongst all my properties!
“Service King have been amazing right from the get go. The customer service is great and the cleaning even better! Any little extras we need done – Service King is onto it efficiently with constant contact throughout. Highly recommend them.”
Cleaning Ceiling Before Painting
Painted walls & ceilings often attract dust, fly excrement, grease, and finger marks. Areas need to be prepped before painting for a better outcome of the new paint work. Walls & ceilings need to be professionally cleaned before painting. This will speed up the painting process.
What can i Use to Clean My Ceiling
Various ready to use household cleaners can do the job of cleaning the surfaces – or you may use good old sugar soap in lukewarm water with the correct dilution (following the manufacturer’s instructions), to clean the walls & ceiling. Always use a clean moist cloth or a microfibre flat mop.
Cleaning Ceiling and Walls
You may need a different approach & cleaning methods to clean walls & ceilings. Such as for bedrooms – dry dust & wipe with a moist flat microfibre mop. Kitchens can be greasy, use sugar soap or a combination of hot water & white vinegar, or hot water and baking soda to cut through grease and stains.