End Of Tenancy Cleaning Peckham SE15 London
Our Service at a Glance
Trust the best end of tenancy cleaning company in Peckam! Cleaning Experts offers:
- 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.
You can count on us seven days a week and even during the holidays!
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
Changing your place of residence? You are in a desperate need of a high quality end of tenancy cleaning service? You can solve this problem with a single phone call on 020 7100 4547 and book the Cleaning Experts end of tenancy cleaning service in Peckham, Southeast London.
We have worked with hundreds of tenants and landlords, offering professional, efficient and expedient cleaning. Speed is a trademark quality of our end of tenancy cleaning teams. Within 72 hours of the initial call we are ready to perform the cleaning itself. Meanwhile a Cleaning Experts representative meets with the property owner to find out if they have any particular requirement.
In case your landlord is not satisfied with the final results, we will repeat the procedures, no extra fees needed. You should bear in mind that carpet cleaning is not included in the end of tenancy cleaning package.
Cleaning Experts also offers the best Insurance Policy you can find in London, covering claims up to £5 million in case of damage or injury of property.
Cleaning Experts provides professional end of tenancy cleaning services in the following areas as well:
- Waterloo SE1
- Camberwell SE5
- Brockley SE4
- New Cross SE14
- Rotherhith SE16
- East Dulwich SE22.
What’s The Next Step
We can arrange a cleaner very quickly. Just call us on 020 7100 4547 or click here: Book Your End of Tenancy Cleaning Team Now
Local Peckham Info
Peckham SE15 is an area in South London, 3.5 miles (5.6 km) of Charing Cross. It is part of the London Borough of Southwark and is one of the 35 major centres of Greater London, pointed in the London Plan.
‘Peckham’ means in Saxon “the village of the River Peck” (a stream, which ran in the area until it was enclosed in 1823). Peckham was mentioned in Domesday Book (1086) as Pecheham. The place was held by the Bishop of Lisieux and had land for 1 plough and 2 acres (8,100 m2) of meadow.
King Henry I gave the manor to his son Robert, Earl of Gloucester. After the marriage between Robert and the heiress to Camberwell, the both manors were united. King John came to Peckham for hunting. According to local legends an annual fair was held in the area. The fair grew and lasted three weeks. It was not held after 1827.
By the 16th century Peckham became a popular wealthy residential area. The district was also a commercial centre and in 18th century attracted industrialists. Peckham had also good market gardens and orchards. Here were produced any kinds of fruits including melons, figs and grapes. The village was also the last stopping point for cattle drovers taking their livestock to London.
In the early 19th century Peckham was a small village, surrounded by fields. In 19th century was built the canal from Surrey Commercial Docks to Peckham. An innovative omnibus service from Peckham to London was started in 1851 by Thomas Tilling. These services expanded and covered much of London until the horses were requisitioned for the in World War I. Railway station was opened in 1865. The arrival of the railway made the area accessible to artisans and workers in the City and the docks. So the remaining fields were filled with cheap housing. In 1894 was opened the Peckham Rye Park.
Later Rye Lane became a main shopping street. During the 19th century in the area were opened some new firms and factories. From the 19th century is Camberwell Old Cemetery, a later example of the ring of Victorian cemeteries.
During the 1930s George Scott Williamson and Innes Pearse led large experiment They planned to conduct a large experiment about the effect of environment on health (‘The Peckham Experiment’). It included 950 families, who joined in physical exercise, workshops, games and socialising with no mandatory programme.
In the 1960s North Peckham was redeveloped in order to rehouse people from dilapidated old houses. During the following years in the area declined and the crime levels increased. As an attempt to stop this tendency the area was subjected to a large regeneration programme in the late 1990s.
In the end of 20th century the area was a centre of underground music. The local musical venue was the Dole House. Some notable bands who played gigs there were: The Levellers, Citizen Fish, and Radical Dance Faction.
In the 21st century the European Union invested in the regeneration of the area. It helped the building of the futuristic Peckham Library, the new town square and new housing, replacing the North Peckham Estate. The main local shopping street is Rye Lane.
Peckham is one a very ethnically diverse area. The biggest ethnic group is Black African, the second one is White British, and the third one – Black Caribbean. Here live also Chinese and a large Irish community.