CapeTalk Small Business Awards

Dreading the spring clean? Relax and let ABA Cleaning Service do your dirty work

Click here to reward a small business that provides great service with a nomination for 2016's Small Business Awards with CapeTalk and Sage One.

From spring cleaning to home upholstery and office carpets, ABA Cleaning Services have been conquering the cleaning business for over 22 years.

The company offers large volume commercial cleaning as well as domestic services to meet the exact needs of their clients on a once-off or contract basis.

Client Chantelle Heydenrych says the staff are hard working, friendly and reliable and has nominated them for 2015's Small Business Awards with CapeTalk and Sage One.

Owner Ray Harris says the company started with one 'bakkie', a few buckets, two carpet cleaning machines and a single staff member.

The business has since grown because of their superior customer services, offering teams of up to 40 staff members.

I saw a gap in the market for a professional carpet cleaning company. But from day one I realised that we have to offer service excellence. Our business understands that we cannot be successful without going the full mile for all our clients.

Ray Harris, owner of ABA Cleaning Services

In addition to carpet and upholstery cleaning, the teams offer rug cleaning and repairs, flood damage recovery services, in-situ curtain cleaning and general cleaning services.

For more information, visit the ABA Cleaning website.

Scroll down to listen to the full conversation from CapeTalk's Breakfast with Kieno Kammies:

Click here to reward a small business that provides great service with a nomination for 2016's Small Business Awards with CapeTalk and Sage One.

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