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Bathroom Exhaust Cleaning Gold Coast

Toilet Exhaust Cleaning

Cleaning your toilet exhaust system is crucial when it comes to keeping your commercial bathroom sanitary and healthy. Efficient Hygiene Services provides a professional cleaning service, ensuring the air in your bathroom is fresh, clean and free of any bad odours. Operating throughout South-East Queensland and NSW, we offer our services to clients throughout Brisbane, Maryborough, Hervey Bay the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Tweed Heads and Sydney.

Our team will come out to inspect the system, as well as remove all accumulated dust, lint and fluff — which can cause reduced airflow/suction. From there, working in line with Australian Standards 1851:2021, we’ll clean the air grill, damper, solid and flexible ductworks, risers and exhaust fans. Our bathroom and toilet exhaust cleaners in South-East Queensland and NSW will deliver a comprehensive service.

Once we’re done, we will provide a Certificate of Completion for insurance purposes. Additionally, we will provide a job completion report that details any findings, recommendations, as well as before and after photos.

Comprehensive Cleaning Services

At Efficient Hygiene Services, we are committed to cleaning the areas of your commercial property that are often forgotten. From your air conditioners to the kitchen exhaust and ductwork, we service them all. Each of these are important aspects of a building that can affect energy use and hygiene standards. Let our team of professionals take care of your unique commercial cleaning requirements, so you can enjoy complete peace of mind. Call us on 1300 222 357 to schedule a service today.

Frequently Asked Questions

Commercial toilet and bathroom exhausts should be cleaned at least once every 12 months. This ensures your exhaust can stay clean and odour free throughout the year.
Bad odours from your bathroom exhaust are due to a build-up of mould and bacteria growth. When combined with moisture, this can result in a foul smell that will fill your bathroom.

Bathroom exhausts have the sole purpose of keeping condensation from building up inside the bathroom. As a result, the exhaust carries lots of moisture that can cause mould and bacteria growth over time.