Unique Oven Cleaning Service Hits Newcastle

Oven Perfect, a new locally owned business, is set to start trading on the 17th
October 2011.
A one-of-a-kind business for Newcastle, Oven Perfect, specialises in domestic oven
and barbeque cleaning, a job that owners Kristen Fraser and Kristof Van
Hemeldonck know that homeowners hate to do.
The oven cleaning service involves removing the door and all internal parts of the
oven such as racks, plates and side panels. Using a proven oven cleaning system
that optimises a heated tank filled with specialised non-toxic, non-caustic,
biodegradable products, the results take ovens back to a fresh, nearly-new sparkle.
“Once people have seen the results, they don’t hesitate to make regular annual
bookings” said Ms Fraser.
“With a thorough dismantle and superior products, Oven Perfect can reach those
tough places where homeowners can’t with supermarket-stocked products. Why
should people spend hours on a job they hate when we can make their oven look
near-new again?”
Professional oven cleaning has gradually been introduced to capital cities in Australia
from the UK over the last five years, and Oven Perfect’s local business owners feel
that the residents of Newcastle and surrounding regions including Maitland, Lake
Macquarie and The Hunter are ready to hand over this grimy job to the experts,
particularly as they bring premium products along for the task.
Kristof Van Hemeldonck, brings a wealth of oven cleaning experience from Sydney
with the new business that has been set up especially to service Newcastle and
surrounds.
“Newcastle is a growing city and we know Newcastle locals are ready for this. I’m
certain that in five years’ time the Newcastle market will grow as Sydney has” said Mr
Van Hemeldonck.
To put Oven Perfect to the test, call 0434 512 344 for a quote, e-mail
[email protected] or visit www.ovenperfect.com.au
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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PHOTOS, OR INTERVIEWS PLEASE CONTACT Kristen
Fraser, Business Owner, Oven Perfect 0411 248 591, / [email protected]

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