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Mr Meticulous Cleaning is a reputed cleaning company with a highly trained and skilled team who offers services to the inner and wider Melbourne area. We specialise in cleaning, Final Cleans, bond Cleaning, Exit Cleaning and Window Cleaning, and we also service Strata Cleaning.
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Mr Meticulous Cleaning offers efficient final cleans + deep cleaning+ window Cleaning + strata cleaning +Exit Cleaning. Every clean scheduled with Mr Meticulous Cleaning is fully insured. We have cleaners verify police checks and supply their cleaning tools & chemicals.
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Mr Meticulous cleaning platform connects you with trusted, safe, and qualified cleaners for window cleaning + final cleans, exit cleaning services, bond cleaning, green cleaning, deep cleaning. We ensure 100% Happiness—same-day online bookings available Australia-wide.
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Mr Meticulous has offered cleaning services in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and the Gold Coast for close to 30 years, with many long-term happy clients. No cleaning task is too big or small for our cleaners. We have a unique strategy for every job of home cleaning in Melbourne.
At Mr Meticulous – will put the sparkle back into your place! Call us at 9904 1905 or email us at [email protected] and let’s get you that service you want – deserve.
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Mr Meticulous Bond Cleaning and our End of Lease Cleaning have been looking after Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and the Gold Coast properties since 1995, close to 30 years now.
A highly trained and skilled team of cleaners who take great pride in the results they achieve. Our end-of-lease cleaning has been looking after Melbourne clients and doing all the real estate exit cleans, bond cleans, or the Deep Cleaning properties required us to do so for so long.
Mr Meticulous End of Lease cleaning service understands the importance of providing a spick and span, detailed clean before new tenants move in.
Our Bond Cleaning Service not only offers general cleaning, but we also can do an entire Oven + Stove Top. Range Hood cleans back to nearly new, we offer carpet steam cleaning, window cleaning, high pressure – gerni cleaning, wall cleaning, mould removal, there is no service we do not do so that getting your end of lease cleaning service done 100% to guarantee your money back so that your bond money is returned.
Whether we are cleaning for a ONE-OFF deep cleaning service for, say, an end of builders cleans or a shop fit-out cleaning service, all final building and construction cleaning is attended to with kit cloves so that the handover is flawless and faultless. We know what builders and the homeowners want in the standard and finished the handover. We had completed hundreds of builders cleans. All that work that goes into a building and managing a project, the last thing you want is for this builder clean to go wrong at the previous stage….. we are your cleaners, your only safety net to hand over.
End of Lease Cleaning and the Bond Cleaning Service is something that we have become well known for. We have completed 1000’s of end of lease cleaning jobs for individuals and real estate agencies. We see the degree of perfection an end of lease cleaning is expected to be handed back in.
You are welcome to contact us to enquire further, receive a quote, or book your clean with us on 9904 1905 or [email protected]
Property owners, Property managers and former Tenants can feel confident that they will receive a cleaning result that will make the transition easy, both for the new tenants moving in; and the former tenants in their bid to acquire their bond back (understanding the end decision is made by the property agency or owner and is based on the requirements as per the tenant’s lease).
For that stress-free end of lease experience, you can trust us at Mr Meticulous Cleaning Services Melbourne.
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|Charles Street, Seddon|
|Population||5,123 (2016 census)|
|• Density||5,100/km2 (13,000/sq mi)|
|Area||1 km2 (0.4 sq mi)|
|Location||7 km (4 mi) from Melbourne|
|LGA(s)||City of Maribyrnong|
|Suburbs around Seddon:FootscrayKingsvilleSeddonFootscrayYarraville|
Seddon is an inner-suburb 7 km west of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, lying south of Footscray and north of Yarraville. Its local government area is the City of Maribyrnong. At the 2016 census, Seddon had a population of 5,123.
- 2Community Organizations and Businesses
- 3Sport and Activities
- 4Local Landmarks
- 5Public Transportation
- 6National Broadband Network
- 7See also
Originally known as Belgravia, Seddon was officially declared a suburb in 1906, named after Richard Seddon, the New Zealand Prime Minister from 1893 to 1906, who resided there before he moved to Bendigo and later to New Zealand.
Seddon was, on occasion, considered part of neighbouring Footscray. The Original State Bank of Victoria in Charles Street, Seddon used to stamp its Bank Account passbooks as Footscray South Vic. Not unusual, considering Seddon is south of Footscray. However, while central Footscray is one of the main shopping and transport hubs for Melbourne’s western suburbs, Seddon, in contrast, is quiet, leafy and residential.
The Main streets of Victoria, Charles & Gamon used to accommodate a tram line that ran through the middle of the Seddon Village. It has since been replaced with central garden beds and tree plantings in the middle of the streets.
Seddon street names were named for monarchs. Reading from west to east, Charles intersects with Alfred, Edward, Henry, James, William, Victoria (which runs parallel to Windsor) and terminates at Albert.
Seddon Post Office opened on 29 September 1908 and closed in 1976. Seddon West Post Office opened in 1924 and has since been renamed to the Seddon Post Office after its relocation further south on Victoria Street. Seddon shares its postcode with neighbouring Footscray – 3011.
Community Organizations and Businesses
The Seddon Community Group with the assistance of the Maribyrnong Council puts on the Seddon Festival each year, closing all the main streets in the village to vehicles for exclusive pedestrian access. Several large band stages are erected on streets throughout the village and traders extend their seating onto the streets for the day. The Seddon Festival plays host to the Seddon Waiters Race, an event in which all of the local cafes and restaurants enter a waiter to compete carrying drinks and food through a short course on the street. The Snapshots of Seddon photography competition is also usually awarded judges prizes at the festival after entrants have had their photos displayed in the windows of the local business for the preceding month for judging of the peoples choice award.
The Seddon Makers Market (formerly Maribyrnong Makers Market) operates throughout the year on the grounds of the Seddon Uniting Church on Gamon Street. Established in 2008, the market is a not-for-profit, community based designer market run by a local volunteer group. The group provides a forum for artists and crafts people to promote and sell handmade wares.
Local businesses that have incorporated the suburb name into their own are: Seddon Deadly Sins cafe on Victoria Street, Sedonia homewares store on Gamon Street, Charles & Gamon restaurant and bar on the corner of Charles Street and Gamon Street (named after its prominent position on two of the major streets in the village) and the Est 1906 cafe on Charles Street (named thus because the suburb of Seddon was officially established in the year 1906).
Sport and Activities
The Seddon Cricket Club has its home ground in the Yarraville Gardens.
Opposite Seddon Station is the 5th Footscray Scout Group. With programs for children aged 6 to 15, the group is part of Scouts Australia, and meets in a historic hall built in the 1930s.
Residential Seddon consists predominantly of single storey Victorian ‘workers cottages’ and Edwardian terrace houses, with some larger double storey early 20th century buildings in the village.
Seddon features many small gardens, parks and playgrounds scattered throughout the suburb. Harris Reserve is on the corner of Gamon Street and Thomson Street. Bristow Reserve is a favorite among toddlers and barbecue masters alike and is located on the corner of Pilgrim Street and John Street. Mappin Reserve, the largest green space, can be found between Bell Street and Nicholson Street.
Seddon’s railway station is on the Werribee and Williamstown railway lines of the Melbourne train network. Seddon Village is most closely serviced by the Middle Footscray station on the Sunbury line, as well as the 223 and 472 bus routes.
National Broadband Network
Most of Seddon is connected to the National Broadband Network (NBN) via fibre optic cabling replacing the aging copper network and providing relief for the Footscray copper exchange.