Hilton Head Island-based Cleaning Company Also Offers Home Watch Service For Absentee Homeowners

September 20, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Coastal Sunset Property Services, a cleaning company based in Hilton Head Island, also offers concierge and home watch services for absentee homeowners.

“We offer our cost effective convenience at every level, so that our clients can rest assured that their second home will always be available for the intended purpose, a relaxing retreat that is ready for your arrival,” they explain on their website.

Coastal Sunset Property Services Best House cleaning service in hilton head guarantees its clients that they walk every inch of the property--perimeter, interior and exterior of the property, the main house, the guest house, pool area, and garages.

They also make sure that they monitor the property for visible water leaks, pool cage damage, fence deterioration, pool chemical levels, rodent infestations, and yard service integrity. They even flush toilets and run water through all drains, set the A/C and dehumidifier accurately, and check if the refrigerator and wine cooler are operational. They also cater to any special requests made by the client.

The company encourages absentee homeowners to take advantage of their concierge and home watch services Trusted Cleaning service in hilton head sc so they can be sure to avoid any damages brought by storms, pests, leaks, etc.

Their current customers are secured because they constantly communicate to give them updates.

Coastal Sunset Property Services is the trusted concierge and home watch service in Hilton Head Island, Bluffton, and the surrounding areas. They also offer residential cleaning, resort cleaning, vacation rental cleaning, and handyman services.

Check out their website www.coastalsunsetpropertyservices.com for more information on their home watch service and more. Their office is located at 141 Island Drive, Hilton Head Island, SC 29926 and their phone number is 1-888-762-6278.


For more information about Coastal Sunset Property Services , contact the company here:

Coastal Sunset Property Services
Andy Frazer
(888) 762-6278
141 Island Dr Suite 14 Hilton Head Island, SC 29926 United States

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