Window Cleaning Tottenham N17
Our Service at a Glance
Cleaning Experts offers all its Tottenham clients with the innovative Reach & Wash cleaning system:
- It helps us reach up to 72 Feet (6+ floors).
- It excludes any risk of injuries, because the cleaners work from safety ground.
- It helps us can clean windows, facades, glass roofs, UPVC, signs, cladding, panelling and canopies.
- It saves our clients’ privacy.
- The procedures are detergent free so you do not have to worry about health and environmental issues.
Never before has window cleaning been so easy!
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
Is there dust all over your windows? You want the front of your shop to look perfectly clean and cosy for your customers? Or you own an office in Tottenham and you want a reliable maintenance at affordable prices? We can cope with all these things- you just have to book our window cleaning service package!
Cleaning Experts is the leading window cleaning company with more than seven years of experience! We trained the best professionals and we mastered the best techniques! For best results in window cleaning we use the Reach & Wash cleaning system.
If you want to find out more about our window cleaning package or book us, feel free to call 020 7100 4547, seven days a week and during the holidays.
You can find our professional window cleaning specialists in the neighbouring areas as well:
- Walthamstow E17
- Wood Green N22
- Upper Edmonton N18
- Seven Sisters N15.
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 Tottenham Info
It is believed that Tottenham N17 was named after a farmer Tota, whose hamlet Toteham was mentioned in the Domesday Book (1086).
First settlement in the area is believed to be at least two thousand years old. It grew up between High Cross and Tottenham Hale. A short humorous poem from 15th century, called Tournament of Tottenham, tells about the visitors of a drinking fest in Tottenham. In Isaac Walton’s book The Compleat Angler from 16th century Tottenham was described as a district with large Quaker population and many schools. Since the Tudor period Tottenham became a favourite leisure destination for wealthy Londoners. King Henry VIII often visited Bruce Castle and hunted in Tottenham Wood. But in the second half of 19th century Tottenham became a cheap housing area for workers of the Great Eastern Railway. Five railways we built in the area at that time. After the Second World War to Tottenham’s population became one of the most cosmopolitan in London: Ghanaians, Somali, Congolese, Portuguese, Irish, Albanian, Kurdish, Turkish, Colombians moved to live there. Today South Tottenham is the most multicultural area in Europe.
There are many interesting places to visit in Tottenham. Bruce Castle, built in 16th century, is a local history museum. The place was named after the Scottish King Robert the Bruce. Bruce Grove also receives its name because of the first Scottish king.
All Hallows Church was built in 12th century. Scotland King David I gave it to Tottenham. There are eight bells and remarkable paintings in the church and Ireland yew trees in its yard.
In St Ann’s Church (1861) is the organ which the composer Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdi regularly gave recitals.
Brook Street Chapel is a nondenominational church building, constructed in 1839 in order to be a meeting place for Christians from Plymouth Brethren movement.
A wonderful place for a walk and sport in Tottenham is Downhills Park with its rose gardens, tennis courts and basket-ball courts.
High Cross is one of the symbols of Tottenham. It was made in the beginning of the 17th century to replace the old wooden cross from 15th century, which showed the centre of Tottenham Village.
However the most famous symbol of Tottenham is its football team. Tottenham Hotspur has won the Football League twice, the FA Cup eight times, the UEFA Cup twice, the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup once.