End Of Tenancy Cleaning Woolwich SE18 London
Our Service at a Glance
Cleaning Experts presents its clients in Woolwich with our exclusive end of tenancy cleaning service package, including:
- 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
Do not leave the end of tenancy cleaning for the last moment- finding the right company to perform the service is an important part of your transition period. With more than seven years of experience, Cleaning Experts is one of the leading companies in London and the area of Woolwich in particular.
Why is our end of tenancy cleaning package so successful? Hundreds of cleaning procedures performed have given us the necessary expertise and knowledge about what is required to clean your place of residence to perfection. We use top-quality equipment and detergent that further perfect our performance.
Each of our end of tenancy cleaning teams has at least three years of experience working together, so they are perfectly prepared to meet all the requirements of your landlords.
You should also bear in mind the fact that our Insurance and Liability Policy protects you against any legal claims in case of damage of property during any of the end of tenancy cleaning procedures.
You can also rely on our end of tenancy cleaning support in the areas bordering Woolwich:
- Abbey Wood SE2
- Blackheath SE3
- Charlton SE7
- Eltham SE9
- Thamesmead SE28
- Canning Town E16.
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 Woolwich Info
Woolwich SE18 is an area of southeast London, in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
The name Woolwich comes from Anglo-Saxon and means “trading place for wool”. Woolwich was inhabited since the Iron Age. A Roman fort was discovered where now Riverside Park is.
Woolwich was first a small village in Kent, but it later turned into a military and industrial town. Woolwich Dockyard was founded in 1512, the Royal Arsenal was opened in 1471, and the Royal Military Academy – in 1741 and the Royal Horse Artillery dates back to 1793. Today at the Royal Artillery Barracks Woolwich still keeps an army base. Here is located the Royal Artillery Museum.
In 1886 in Woolwich was founded Arsenal Football Club by workers at the Arsenal. The club was named Woolwich Arsenal in 1891. In 1913 the FC moved to Arsenal Stadium, Highbury (north London) and dropped the Woolwich prefix.
Woolwich Polytechnic was founded in 1892. It became Thames Polytechnic in 1970 and University of Greenwich in 1992. In 2000, the University moved in the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich town centre, and left only an administrative presence in Woolwich.
Woolwich used to have four cinemas. Today the former Granada cinema is a bingo hall, the former Odeon is a Pentecostal church, the Century cinema was demolished in the late 1960s and the former ABC is an art club.
In the late 20th century many local people lost their jobs, because the Siemens factory was closed in 1968, the Royal Arsenal closed in 1994. In the early 1990s, in the centre of Woolwich could be seen many discount retailers, empty stores and charity shops.
But after the beginning of new redevelopment, the town went through a renaissance. Several High Street chains opened branches, other shops were refurbished, and many old buildings were redeveloped.
In the 2012 Summer Olympics Woolwich was included as a venue for shooting events.
The Woolwich Grand Theatre (former ABC Regal Cinema and Flamingo’s Nightclub) reopened, but as an arts centre with a cafe. There are taking place live entertainment, talks and film shows. An art and craft market is held there on Saturdays.