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Oven Cleaner New Forest

oven cleaner new forest

If you live in the new forest of Southampton and Bournemouth and are seeking the oven cleaner new forest, Then you have reached the right place. With over 15 years of making customers smile when they see their shining gleaming clean oven.

The perks of living in the New Forest usually comes with big houses but also with large ovens such as Rangemaster or Aga ovens which we are experts at bringing them back to their former glory. We use the most eco friendly chemicals and equipment to ensure everyone is safe within the home and not to mention we use electric vehicles to help keep the new forest as green as it has always been. If you have any questions then please don’t hesitate to contact us or our sister company ‘The End of Tenancy Cleaners‘ where they can cover all other types of cleaning services.

before the oven cleaner new forest has cleaned

Before we start the cleaning service, We cover the floor to protect it, Then we take the oven apart including the door, side racks, buttons and dials and more. All the racks and trays go in our dip tank while the rest is cleaned in place. Usually we work in teams of two where one operative stays working on the appliance while the other takes all of the bits and bobs out to the van to put in our state of the art dip tank.

after the oven cleaner new forest has cleaned

After the clean, The oven is put back together and buffed to a shine, including the fan, back plate, seals, glass, handles and more. Then we gather our equipment and floor covering and then double check if we need to vacuum or mop, Then we give you some business cards to spread the word which is what type of advertising we like the most as there is nothing better than customers that have heard how good we are.

The New Forest, situated in the southern part of the United Kingdom, is a renowned national park and one of England’s most treasured natural landscapes. Covering an area of approximately 566 square kilometers (219 square miles), it is renowned for its ancient woodlands, heathlands, picturesque villages, and diverse wildlife.

Designated as a royal forest by William the Conqueror in the 11th century for the purpose of royal hunting, the New Forest has a rich history and retains a unique blend of natural beauty and cultural heritage. Despite its name, the New Forest is not entirely new, but rather it received its name as a contrast to the “old” forests such as the Forest of Bere.

The landscape of the New Forest is characterized by a variety of habitats, including ancient woodlands dominated by oak, beech, and chestnut trees, as well as expansive heathlands, grasslands, and wetlands. This diverse ecosystem supports a wide array of plant and animal species, including deer, ponies, rare birds, and reptiles.

One of the most iconic features of the New Forest is its population of semi-wild ponies, which roam freely throughout the area. These ponies, along with other livestock such as cattle and pigs, contribute to the unique landscape and play a vital role in its management through traditional practices like grazing.

The New Forest offers visitors ample opportunities for outdoor recreation and exploration. It boasts an extensive network of walking, cycling, and horse riding trails, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the beauty of the forest and its surroundings. Additionally, the area is dotted with charming villages, historic sites, and visitor centers providing insights into the forest’s history, ecology, and conservation efforts.

Conservation is a key focus in the New Forest, with efforts aimed at preserving its natural beauty and biodiversity while also balancing the needs of wildlife, local communities, and visitors. Various organizations and initiatives work together to manage the forest sustainably, ensuring its continued enjoyment for generations to come.

Overall, the New Forest stands as a testament to the beauty and diversity of the British countryside, offering a haven for nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, and anyone seeking to escape the hustle and bustle of modern life. Its tranquil landscapes, rich history, and abundant wildlife make it a truly special place in the south of the UK.