Window Cleaning Poplar E14

Our Service at a Glance

Our clients in Poplar can relish the effects of the innovative Reach & Wash window cleaning sytem:

  • It helps us reach up to 6+ floors (72 feet).
  • It helps us clean not only windows, but also UPVC, glass roofs, panelling, Atria, cladding, canopies, facades and signs.
  • It is safe. Our cleaners are working from the ground.
  • It saves our clients’ privacy.
  • It is detergent-free- no environmental and health issues.

We offer all this at the best price rates you can find in London!

Fully Insured and Thoroughly Trained

We carry full Public and Employers Liability Insurance cover and thoroughly vet our window cleaning experts for a complete peace of mind. All our cleaning operatives go through vigorous theory and practical tests as part of our window cleaning training.


Please call 020 7100 4547 to request a free no obligation estimate.

Want to book us for your regular window 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

Whether it is a domestic or business cleaning that you are looking for, Cleaning Experts is up to the task. We have worked in Poplar for more than seven years and we have never let our clients down. Our friendly and professional window cleaning stuff is perfectly trained to meet any requirement you might have.

You should also keep in mind that our Liability and Insurance Policy covers claims up to £ 5,000,000, so you should not worry about any possible damage of property.

What Areas

Cleaning Experts provides professional window cleaning services in the following areas as well:

  • Greenwich SE10
  • Catford SE6
  • Rotherhithe SE16
  • Bow E3
  • Canning Town E16
  • Whitechapel E1.

What’s The Next Step

We can arrange a cleaner very quickly. Just call us on 020 7100 4547 or click here: Book Your Window Cleaner Now

Local Poplar Info

Poplar E14 is located in East London, 8.9 km (5.5 miles) of Charing Cross. It is part of London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

Poplar’s architecture is a mixture of two periods. 18th and 19th century terraced houses are placed next to council estates from 20th century. The Lansbury Estate is one of the public housing estates from the previous century. It was built in an area damaged by bombing in Word War II (to the north of East India Dock Road). The construction began in 1949 was finally finished in 1982. The place is named after George Lansbury, a Poplar councillor and Labour party leader. In 1921 here was the leader of Poplar Rates Rebellion.

Poplar Workhouse is a place, related to other local politician – there lived Will Crooks, social reformer and the first Labour Mayor in London. The nearby housing estate is named after him.

Other 20th century notable buildings are Robin Hood Gardens housing complex (by architects Peter and Alison Smithson) and the designed by Erno Goldfinger buildings  Glenkerry House, Carradale House and Balfron Tower. The Tower is a housing block in specific brutalist style and it is 84 metres high 27-storey and contains 146 homes.

Chrisp Street Market is the centre of the district. It was designed by Frederick Gibberd and built in 1951 for the Festival of Britain. It is in the eastern edge of the Lansbury Estate and it was the first especially built pedestrian shopping area in Britain. There are gathered cafes, shops, market stalls, apartments, small retail outlets and a clock tower.

Next to Poplar Town Hall and Poplar Bowls Club on Poplar High Street is St Matthias Old Church, one of the oldest buildings in the area. It was erected in 17th century first as a Poplar Chapel.

Except the politicians George Lansbury and Will Crooks here lived also other notable people: H. M. , Neil Banfield (coach of Arsenal F. C.), Harry Redknapp (former manager of West Ham United, Southampton, Bournemouth, Portsmouth and Tottenham Hotspur football clubs), Angela Lansbury (Hollywood actress), Tomlinson (travel-writer and journalist), Tommy Flowers (designer of the first programmable electronic computer) etc.