House Cleaner London provides wide range of house & domestic cleaning services. Our company is specilised in house cleaning and can clean both furnished and unfurnished houses. Available are one off, occasional or regularly scheduled cleaning services. We can arrange a cleaner to come and help you with the household chores every week or every second week.
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If you are not looking for a regular clean, but want to freshen up your home for the next season or party, or just finished with renovation works and everything is covered in dust and debris, we can help you, too.
We can also offer you end of tenancy cleaning service, ideal for those who are moving out and want to impress the landlord. Carpets and sofas can be deeply cleaned and left spotless and well smelling.
All our cleaning services are carried out with utmost precision by our fully insured and guaranteed house cleaning teams. We provide them with top of the range cleaning equipment and eco-friendly detergents. In fact House Cleaner London supplies its technicians with environmentally friendly cleaning technology, biodegradable detergents, and recycled materials wherever possible.
These are all produced by the leader among cleaning manufacturers “Prochem”. Thus meaning the service is totally safe for your health, as well as the impact of your cleaning service upon the environment is not an issue to worry about.
Houe cleaning service Charlton, SE8 – London
Charlton is assessed in the Domesday Book of 1086 at one “sulung”, which is commonly held to have been the equivalent of two hides. The centre of Charlton SE7 is known as “The Village” and spans down Charlton Church Lane, which is on a hillside overlooking the River Thames. Old postcards from the 19th century depict the layout of the Village then as being similar to that of today. Charlton Village is also home to the historic Saint Luke’s Church and then Charlton New Testament Church of God on Charlton Church Lane.
Among several English houses with the name Charlton House, the most prominent is a Jacobean building in Charlton, London. It is regarded as the best-preserved ambitious Jacobean house in Greater London. It was built in 1607-12 of red brick with stone dressing, and has an “E”-plan layout. The interior features a great hall, chapel, state dining room, saloon and gallery.
New Charlton is the area along the south bank of the River Thames at Charlton. There have been regeneration projects recently, starting in the late 1990s. These are mostly retail warehouses, supermarkets, and retail shopping centres.