End Of Tenancy Cleaning Eltham SE9 London
Our Service at a Glance
You are in a dire need of a professional end of tenancy cleaning company in Eltham? Here is what Cleaning Experts has to offer:
- Vacuum cleaning
- Dusting all rooms
- Deep kitchen clean
- Thorough bathroom cleaning
- Toilet cleaning
- Mattress cleaning and anti-dust mites detergent treatment
- Degreasing of wall tiles
- Window cleaning
- Waste removal and litter disposal.
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Fully Insured and Thoroughly Trained
We carry full Public and Employers Liability Insurance cover and thoroughly vet our end of tenancy cleaning experts for a complete peace of mind. All our cleaning operatives go through vigorous theory and practical tests as part of our all-round training.
Our End of Tenancy Cleaning prices start from £80.00.
*Please note that our End Of Tenancy Cleaning prices do not include carpet cleaning as it is charged separately.
Please call 020 7100 4547 to request a free no obligation estimate.
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How We Can Help
End of tenancy cleaning sounds like dark sorcery to you? You have no idea how to deal with this problem? No reason to panic- Cleaning Experts will come to the rescue. Book your end of tenancy cleaning service package in Deptford now and your problems are pretty much over!
We have gained the trust of hundreds of tenants and landlords during the last seven years of experience, setting high standards of quality and professional attitude. Our end of tenancy cleaning experts have all the necessary expertise to deal with the procedures efficiently and fast, meeting all the requirements of your landlords.
Speed is a trademark quality of Cleaning Experts. It usually takes us less than 72 hours from your initial call to perform the cleaning itself. In case the property owner is not satisfied with the final result, we will repeat the procedure, no additional fee required. Thus you know how to plan your transition to the hour!
Cleaning Experts works seven days a week and even during the holidays, so you can count on us whenever you need us!
Cleaning Experts provides professional end of tenancy cleaning services in the neighbouring areas as well:
What’s The Next Step
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Local Eltham Info
Eltham SE9 is a district in the southern part of London, part of the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Eltham is 8.6 miles (13.8 km) away of Charing Cross. Today the local population is about 78,380.
Eltham has a strategic position. It was formed on a high plateau, close to the main route to the English Channel ports in Kent. The plateau was the perfect site for building the moated Plantagenet Eltham Palace. The original palace was built by the Bishop of Durham for Edward II in 1305. It was used as a royal residence until the 16th century. The place hosted the Byzantine emperor Manuel II Palaiologos, who visited Henry IV from December 1400 to January 1401. In 1470s Edward IV built the Great Hall. Since the palace was not used by the royal family the place decayed. The current house was constructed in the 1930s. It replaced the original house, but incorporated its Great Hall. Fragments of the original walls are still visible around the gardens. The 15th century bridge is also saved. Today the palace and its garden are open to visitors and can be hired.
The lands, surrounding the Palace saved their rural character until the end of 19th century. In 1895 was opened the Bexleyheath Line. In the beginning of 20th century in the area began urban development. Archibald Cameron Corbett built the Eltham Park Estate between 1900 and 1914. Then the Government through His Majesty’s Office of Works opened the Progress Estate in 1915. Estates of temporary homes were formed for the wartime workers in the Royal Arsenal in Woolwich.
Between the World War I and the World War II three large estates were erected: the Page Estate (1923), Middle Park (1930s, and Horn Park (from 1936 to 1950s). Coldharbour Estate is from 1947.
There are several large open green spaces in Eltham. Jack Wood is a Site of Special Scientific Interest; Oxleas Wood is more than 8,000 years old and is home to various trees including oak, hornbeam, silver birch and coppice hazel. Castle Wood includes the Severndroog Castle from 1784.
Avery Hill Park is an opened parkland, which is most notable for the Winter Garden, which contains tropical trees and plants from different parts of the world. Sutcliffe Park is 35 acres (0.1 km2) large and was officially opened in 1937. Other local parks are Well Hall Pleasaunce, Eltham Park North and Eltham Park South.
The town centre today offers many shops, cafes and restaurants, but the local nightlife is modest. In the renewed Eltham Centre are located also new swimming pool and the early 20th century library.
In the town are located many primary and secondary schools and one campus of the University of Greenwich.
The area is attractive place to live for many famous people: nobles like Bridget of York (seventh daughter of Edward IV), Philippa Plantagenet (5th Countess of Ulster) and John of Eltham (Earl of Cornwall, Prince of England), Hollywood actors like Bob Hope and Jude Law, musicians like Kate Bush and Boy George and many others.