Pressure Roof Cleaning Southport

Pressure Roof Cleaning Southport

We specialise in pressure cleaning in the Southport area. The cleaning of Roofs, Driveways and Walls are carried out by professionals in your area to the highest specification ensuring that you get the best clean in the shortest time. Whether you need a full pressure clean or just a spruce up, Roof Clean Gold Coast will be there. Improve the value of your Southport property with a professional pressure wash of your roof, driveway and walls. – Professional Service! Well; it’s what we do.

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Southport is a suburb and the central business district near the midpoint of the Gold Coast, Australia and has one of the city’s largest communities. At the 2011 Census, Southport had a population of 28,315.[1]
Originally known as Nerang Creek Heads it was named Southport because it was the southernmost port of the colony of Queensland.[2] Southport is recognised as the central business district of the Gold Coast City. It has the city’s largest area of office space at 103,818 m². In the past, Southport was the central entertainment location of the Gold Coast. In current times it is set apart from the normal tourist hub of the Gold Coast. However, it has still experienced tourist-driven development and extraordinary growth. Southport has 18 high-rise towers either completed, under construction or awaiting commencement.

A settlement was first surveyed in 1874 and the name Southport decided the following year.[2] Southport was once the site of timber mills. A port was established to ship logs to Brisbane. Cutting timber opened up the area for settlement. Early rural industries included sugar growing and livestock grazing.

By 1901 Federation Southport had become a tourist seaside spot and had a permanent population of 1230. The South Coast railway from Beenleigh to Southport opened in 1889 and closed in 1964.[3] A ferry service – the Myer’s Ferry connection – ferried passengers to Main Beach, Queensland and a horse and buggy service linked the area to Surfers Paradise. Tourism continued to expand in the first half of the 20th century. The construction of the Jubilee Bridge in 1925 between Southport and Main Beach replaced the ferry service and facilitated further growth.[4] A cement jetty was built in 1914 at Southport. In 1927, the Pier Theatre which included a cafe and indoor golf course was built on the jetty. A fire destroyed the structure in 1932 but it was rebuilt and open to the public for nearly forty years.[4] By the 1950s, Southport was the central entertainment location of the Gold Coast. It was also the administrative centre, with a central business district.