Office Cleaning Woolwich SE18 London
Our Service at a Glance
Here is what you can expect from the Cleaning Experts office cleaning service package in Woolwich:
- Deep office cleaning
- Carpet cleaning
- Window cleaning
- Specialized computer & peripherals cleaning
- Daily office cleaning if particularly requested
- Builders clean
- Washroom hygiene
- Janitorial supplies.
Book us now and join the large family of satisfied Cleaning Experts customers!
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
Professional office cleaning has fast become a necessity and a fundamental requirement for every significant business in London. For seven years Cleaning Experts has met precisely this requirement with unwavering success in the entire area of Greater London. Now we present our clients in Woolwich with the Cleaning Experts office cleaning service package!
What separates us from the other office cleaning service providers is our determination to provide a tailor-made service that answers the peculiar requirements of every single client regardless of the total office area or employees.
In order to do so we give you the opportunity to pick up the services you need and the number of visits you require on a monthly or weekly basis. After you do this we can come up with a price estimate- so you have the unique chance to know how much you pay and what for even before our first visit. How many of our competitors can offer such conditions?
Do not forget that we cover the whole area of Greater London and most of the adjacent counties, and we work seven days a week!
You can also count on our office cleaning support in the neighbouring areas:
- 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 Office Cleaner Now
Local Woolwich Info
Woolwich SE18 is a south-eastern London area in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
It is believed the name Woolwich comes from Anglo-Saxon and means “trading place for wool”. The area was inhabited since the Iron Age. Remains of a Roman fort were found where is now Riverside Park.
The small Kentish village became a leading military town from 15th century on. The Royal Arsenal was founded in 1471. Woolwich Dockyard was built in 1512. The Royal Military Academy and the Royal Horse Artillery were opened in 18th century. The 16RA Royal Artillery was closed in 2007, but there is still an army base at the Royal Artillery Barracks. You could visit the Royal Artillery Museum, where is shown the story of the Royal Regiment of Artillery and the Royal Arsenal.
In Woolwich was founded Arsenal Football Club in 1886 by workers at the Arsenal. Its name was changed to Woolwich Arsenal in 1891. But after the club moved to north London (Arsenal Stadium, Highbury) Woolwich prefix fell out.
Woolwich Polytechnic was opened in 1892. After merging with other local colleges it became Thames Polytechnic (1970). It was granted university status in 1992 and became the University of Greenwich. The University is now only an administrative presence in Woolwich, after its relocation to the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich.
In the late 20th century the town of Woolwich declined. This started with the closure of the Siemens (1968) and the closing of the Royal Arsenal (1994), which were the major local employers. The shopping activity was limited and many stores in the town centre were closed, the local economy was affected and the demographics of Woolwich changed.
But nowadays Woolwich is enjoying a new renaissance. Some new High Street chains were opened. The Woolwich Arsenal station, a terminus of the Docklands Light Railway’s London City Airport branch was opened in 2009. A large redevelopment plan started in the end of first decade of 21st century.
The former Woolwich Grand Theatre on Wellington Street (which was also the ABC Regal Cinema and Flamingo’s Nightclub) reopened as an arts centre. There are offered live entertainment, film shows, talks an art and craft market.