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Posted: Friday, August 25, 2017 2:58 AM

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PROTECT YOUR HEALTH –
GET YOUR BALCONY CLEANED TODAY
Why- Breathing In Constructions Dust Can Cause You To Have Illnesses.
How Can Construction Dust Harm You?
Anyone who breathes in these dusts should know the damage they can do to the lungs and airways. The main dust related diseases affecting construction workers are:
* lung cancer * silicosis
* Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (see also Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)[3] )
* asthma (see also the Asthma[4] site)
While some of lung disease like advanced silicosis can come on quite quickly, most take a long time. Often this is over years. They happen because during this time regularly breathing even small amounts of dust ads up and damages the lungs and airways. Unfortunately, by the time you notice the damage is often done and it is more difficult to treat.

You should always call a professional to clean your balcony.

We get rid of all the dust and cobwebs, spiders and eggs.
Clean your patio furniture, glass railings all windows and even the concrete floor, need your screen door cleaned we’ll do that too
We have a technique that will keep the water spillage down to almost nothing

We specializes in cleaning residential condominium and apartment balconies so you can remain confident knowing that Balcony Cleaning will use the best method to tackle the situation without compromising your property or breaking your condominium strata bylaw.
It is common that apartment managers and condominium strata boards prohibit water or cleaning solutions from flowing over the edge of the balcony.
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