A bit about us:

Monarch Facilities Testimonial

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Monarch Facilities is an established industrial power sweeping and scrubbing company, where no job is too big or too small. We are available 24 hours 7 days a week. 

We have a fleet of 10 Utes on the road with 5 set up with hot and cold jet-blasting. Monarch Facilities also has a reliable fleet of sweepers and scrubbers for all industrial cleaning including: warehouse cleans, car parks, driveways, industrial spills, service station maintenance, site line-marking, chewing gum removal and construction site scrubs etc. 

Our fleet of machines include food grade approval hybrid machines. 

Our team at Monarch all hold certified White Cards and are able to meet the requirements at any site we visit.

We currently hold multiple contracts with some of Australia's largest distribution warehouses, automotive auction sites and City councils. We are flexible to design a package to suit your business needs and work around your business times.

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What's new at Monarch Facilities

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The team would like to introduce its newest family member "Maximus - The Nude Machine" This machine is an asset to our fleet and is the only one in Australia. The purpose of this machine is for the removal of chewing gum on our streets and maintaining the cleanliness of our paths.


https://youtu.be/JvP98aSt8XI


Who we are:

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Monarch Facilities is our trading name operating under L.M.M. (Aust) Pty Ltd it is a family owned business and our business owners are Doug Wood and Carmel Bride.  Our experienced team on the road includes: Jamie, Paul and night shift: Mick and Chris.

Did you know:

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LONDON'S GUM FACTS

The cost of cleaning up London's streets from chewing gum is estimated as being as much as £10 million every year
Chewing gum takes up to five years to degrade
The cost of removing each bit of chewing gum is between 50p and £2
Deep cleaning the entire length of Oxford Street to remove chewing gum takes three months and over 300,000 individual pieces are removed

http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/london/hi/people_and_places/newsid_8804000/8804328.stm