Office Cleaning Bermondsey SE1
Our Service at a Glance
Looking for a reliable office cleaning company in Bermondsey? Here is what Cleaning Experts has to offer:
- Deep office cleaning
- Carpet cleaning
- Window cleaning
- Specialized computer & peripherals cleaning
- Daily office cleaning if particularly requested
- Builders clean
- Washroom hygiene
- Janitorial supplies.
No additional surprising fees and charges- you pay what you get!
Fully Insured and Thoroughly Trained
We carry full Public and Employers Liability Insurance cover and thoroughly vet our office cleaning experts for a complete peace of mind. All our cleaning operatives go through vigorous theory and practical tests as part of our office cleaning training.
Please call 020 7100 4547 to request a free no obligation estimate.
Want to book us for your regular office cleaning? – we can offer you a sweet little discount! Call us on 020 7100 4547 or click here: Book Your Cleaner Now.
How We Can Help
Cleaning Experts has more than seven years of experience in the field of office cleaning. We have worked with some of the biggest and most renowned world corporations that hold offices in London. We understand how important independence is for you, so we do not bind you with long-term contracts- on the contrary. We offer the unique option of no obligation estimate, that will give you the chance to choose the services you need, not a wholesale package that is burdened with inadequate for your business services. This way you also determine the price you pay- you stay in total control of the whole process. Is there another company that can offer you that?
Cleaning Experts provides professional office cleaning services in the neighbouring areas as well:
- Rotherhithe SE16
- Walworth SE17
- Kennington SE11
- Shoreditch E1
- Knightsbridge SW1
- Strand WC2
- Fenchurch Street EC3
- Fleet Street EC4.
What’s The Next Step
We can arrange a cleaner very quickly. Just call us on 020 7100 4547 or click here: Book Your Office Cleaner Now
Local Bermondsey Info
Bermondsey SE1 is an area located in Southern London, a part of the London Borough of Southpark.
The name Bermondsey probably originates from Old English personal name Beornmund and “eg” (“island”, “piece of firm land in a fen” or “place by a stream or river”). Bermondsey wasn’t a real island in the Anglo-Saxon period, but a higher, drier place in dominantly marshy area. The earliest appearance of name Bermondsey is in Domesday Book of 1086. The monks from Bermondsey Abbey were the first who developed the area, farming the land and did embankment works at the riverside. The Knights Templar also had land here. In 1353 King Edward III built a manor house in Bermondsey. After the Great Fire of London in 1666 Bermondsey was settled by wealthy people. It took on the role of a garden suburb. One of the buildings from this period, survived until now is St Mary Magdalene (1690) at Bermondsey Street.
The discovering of a spring from the river Neckinger turned the district into a relaxation resort. The population of Bermondsey grew up and was built a new church St John Horsleydown. With the arriving of the industrial plants, immigrant housing and docks by the middle of the 19th century some areas of Bermondsey like the riverside turned into slums.
One of the worst not only in Bermondsey, but in Bigger London was around St Saviour’s Dock, known as Jackob’s Island, which was described by Charles Dickens in his novel Oliver Twist.
In the beginning of the 20th century Bermondsey became a fast developing place because of the increasing of the railways and progress of the river trade. Here we situated some industries perceived to be too noisome for the City of London. Now the Bermondsey landscape is a mixture of commercial and residential accommodations with some of the most expensive properties in London.
The London Dungeon (opened in 1974) is a popular tourist attraction recreating scary and bloody historical events in ‘gallows humour’ style. It uses different special effects, rides and live actors.
The Fashion and Textiles Museum, founded in 2003 by the designer Zandra Rhodes, is housed in a redeveloped and redesigned. The building is coloured in burnt orange, hot pink, yellow and blue.
But the most impressive attraction in the area is the Tower Bridge. It was built for 8 years in the end of 19th century as a combined bascule and suspension bridge in order to give access to big ships. Today it is crossed by 40000 people daily.