Office Cleaning Walworth SE17 London

Our Service at a Glance

Book the Cleaning Experts office cleaning service package in Walworth and you get:

  • Deep office cleaning
  • Carpet cleaning
  • Window cleaning
  • Specialized computer & peripherals cleaning
  • Daily office cleaning if particularly requested
  • Builders clean
  • Washroom hygiene
  • Janitorial supplies.

Our office cleaning operatives are perfectly capable of meeting all your requirements!

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

Growing tired of the never ending arguments with your office cleaning service provider? You don’t know what to expect from your next bill? Cleaning Experts offers you an easy way out of this predicament- our exclusive office cleaning service package in Walworth!

With more than seven years of experience Cleaning Experts has gained a reputation as one of the most respectable and reliable office cleaning companies in Southeast London and the area of Walworth in particular. We have gained the trust of our business clients with our impeccable work ethic and professionalism, as well as with the high quality of service we constantly maintain.

Each of our office cleaning operatives has undergone a meticulous training, including detailed information about the cleaning equipment and materials we use, as well as the specific technical requirements of the job. This way we make sure the risk of incidents during the cleaning procedures is minimal. You should bear in mind the fact that Cleaning Experts covers claims up to £5 million in case of damage or injury of property.

What Areas

You can also book our office cleaning service in the neighbouring areas:

  • Waterloo SE1
  • Lambeth SE11
  • Camberwell SE5.

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 Walworth Info

Walworth SE17 is a central area of London. It is 3.1 km (1.9 miles) south east of Charing Cross and is part of the London Borough of Southwark.

In Old EnglishWalworth’s name means Welsh (British) farm. In ancient times it was pronounced “Wealhworth”.

The place’s first documentary appearance was in the Domesday Book of 1086. At that time “Waleorde” was held by Archbishops of Canterbury. The manor’s assets were: a church, four ploughs, 32,000 m2 (8 acres) of meadow. It rendered £3.

During the 16th century in the area developed street trading. At that time farmers rested their livestock on Walworth Common on their way to the city. After the start of the industrial revolution, market stalls were already lined along the whole of the Walworth Road. East Street Market  is officially running since 1880. Now the place is a large and vibrant market, known also as ‘The Lane’, or ‘East Lane’. Sunday is the busiest day of the market, consisting of over 250 stalls. There you can buy food, clothing, household products, jewellery, cosmetics, confectionary, fruit and vegetables and other goods. The place is closed on Monday.

One of the notable local buildings is St. Peter’s Church. It was erected around 1825 by the architect Sir John Soane in the neo-classical style.  It is an indication of the middle-class merchants’ wealth and shows the fact that they could afford such a reputable architect. The church included the Monkey Park,  a beautiful garden, which originally housed a menagerie.

Manor Place Baths was first a wash house, which is now a grade II listed building. In 2005  the KagyuSamye Dzong Tibetan Buddhist Centre renovated the building in order to be their London centre.

Pullens buildings are among the last Victorian tenement buildings survied in London. They are a mixture of live/work spaces and yards.

John Smith House was renamed after John Smith, the leader of the Labour Party between 1992 and 1994 (when he suddenly died). The place was a headquarters of the Labour Party, then a education department of the London Borough of Southwark and now is a hostel.

In 1889 in Walworth was born Charles Chaplin and in 1933 it became the birthplace of Michael Caine. There lived also Robert Browning (poet and playwright), Charles Babbage (mechanical engineer, who originated the concept for a programmable computer), Bill Bailey (comedian and actor), Michael Faraday (scientist, who discovered electromagnetic induction, diamagnetism and electrolysis).