Office Cleaning Brockley SE4 London
Our Service at a Glance
Cleaning Experts presents its exclusive office cleaning service package to our Bromley business partners:
- Deep office cleaning
- Carpet cleaning
- Window cleaning
- Specialized computer & peripherals cleaning
- Daily office cleaning if particularly requested
- Builders clean
- Washroom hygiene
- Janitorial supplies.
Make sure your office is the perfect working environment for your employees- choose Cleaning Experts!
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.
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How We Can Help
Looking for a reliable office cleaning company in Brockley, Southeast London? You are tired of rejecting all the additional clauses in your present cleaning contract that you do not need? If this is the case, Cleaning Experts is precisely what you need!
With more than seven years of experience, we have undoubtedly asserted our position as the top office cleaning company in Brockley. Meeting the requirements of our clients is the centrepiece of our working philosophy. In order to do so we strive to provide a tailor-made office cleaning service that suits your unique needs.
Being an associate member of NCCA, BWCA and FSB, Cleaning Experts sets the standards in office cleaning. All our operatives have passed through severe training programs and have vast expertise in the field, so the quality of our service is beyond any doubt.
You should also keep in mind the fact that the Cleaning Experts Insurance and Liability Policy covers claims up to £5 million, so you are perfectly protected in case of any damage that might occur during the office cleaning procedures.
You can also rely on our office cleaning professionals in the following areas:
- Catford SE6
- Lewisham SE13
- New Cross SE14
- Peckham SE15
- East Dulwich SE22
- Forest Hill SE23.
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 Brockley Info
Brockley SE4 is situated in south London, 5 miles (8 km) south-east of Charing Cross.
For long time the area of Brockley had agricultural character, but in 19th century it turned into an urban district. Industrial development in the district was stimulated by the Croydon Canal, which arrived to Brockley in 1809. In the second half of the century the canal was filled in and was replaced by the London & Croydon railway (opened in 1871).
The area is one of the best preserved London suburbs with interesting architecture and buildings in different styles.
The oldest surviving house is the ‘Stone House’ on Lewisham Way, built in 1773. From the beginning of 19th century is the notable building of the ‘Brockley Jack’ public house which now houses the Brockley Jack Theatre. Other beautiful old houses are located on Coulgate Street. These cottages and shops are believed to date from 1833. During the nineteenth century were erected many grand villas, large terraces and semi-detached houses. Brockley became home of many wealthy people and owners of factories in neighbouring industrial areas (as Deptford and Bermondsey).
The present Rivoli Ballroom was opened in 1913 as a cinema. It was later remodeled as a dance hall.
During the 19th and the early 20th century were built also some churches: St Peter’s (1870), St Andrews (1882), St Mary Magdalen’s RC Church (1901) and St Hilda’s (1908), which was designed in the Arts and Crafts movement style.
After World War I the district began to lose its exclusivity and the wealthy residents relocated to the outer suburbs. The Belle Epoch houses were much more modest.
After the Second World War, many big houses were sub-divided. During the 1950s began the settlement of immigrants from African-Caribbean region, Asia and different parts of Europe. During the 1960s began settlement of other type of new residents too: ‘bohemian’ influx of artists and musicians. They were attracted by the large neglected and at the time cheap Victorian houses. Nearby were also Goldsmiths College and Camberwell School of Art. Brockley became famous as an art venue.
Brockley is an area containing several green open spaces. Hilly Fields is the place where is located the old West Kent Grammar School (now Prendergast School) and the stone circle, a millennium project by a group of local artists, erected in 2000. Since 30 years in the park takes place the annual Hilly Fields Midsummer Fayre. Other green spaces are Blythe Hill, Brockley and Ladywell Cemeteries (opened in 1858) and the New Cross Gate Cutting Nature Reserve.
In Brockley lived famous people like the guitarist Steve Bolton, the singer Kate Bush, the musician John Cale, the singer Gabrielle, the fashion designer John Galliano, the actor Bernard Hill and many others.