Quality Cleaning London Ltd. provides professional cleaning services in Lee SE12, London. Call our local cleaners to book a service.
Cleaning one’s home can be a real challenge. Based on how much litter you have neglected over the days, weeks, and god forbid, the months you have shunned cleaning, the state of your property may range from neglected to disastrous. There is no need to be anxious – take heart for not all is lost. We know how busy life in the big city can be, and we realise it is often easier to neglect your household duties so that you can use the little spare time you have to yourself in a meaningful way – doing something that makes you happy. However, there is no need why you should not have both – a clean home and your free time. Professional cleaning services are on the rise across the country and because of their low price everyone can profit from them.
End Of Tenancy Clenaing
- Studio flat£94£79
- One Bedroom Property£145£137
- Two Bedroom Property£170£159
- Three Bedroom Property£200£181
Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning
- Hallway/ Landing carpet£11£10
- Bedroom carpet£28£23
- Living/ Dining room carpet£30£26
- Two seat sofa£33£30
Hourly Based Services
- Domestic Cleaning£16£14/h
- One Off Cleaning£18£16/h
- Deep Cleaning£20£18/h
- After Builders Cleaning£20£18/h
- Garderning Services£60£45/h
The standard of cleaning that your staff covers is highly professional. I like the way everything smells and is so clean and tidy.
Naturally, the cleaning services our company offers in Lee SE12 are not only confined to domestic cleaning. With its load of household chores cleaning one’s home may seem like a real challenge, but the fact is there are much more comprehensive and demanding tasks that crop up around the house if you have been neglecting it – or even if you haven’t. Services such as deep cleaning and one-off cleaning are thorough processes that are designed to tackle any messy corner of your domicile. Then again it may concern upholstery cleaning or after builders cleaning which are even more specific. Let’s review these services in brief.
After builders cleaning is a service that is the norm if you intend to renovate or reconstruct your home. Builders may be whizzes at what they do, but they know nothing of how to work neatly. Furthermore it is arguable that you can have any sort of builder work at home without producing overwhelming amount of litter – depending on the scale of the particular work you are carrying out.
However, once you are stood before gloomy, dark rooms, windows covered in grime and debris scattered all across your house, you will realise that you need someone to help you to clean up the mess.
Deep cleaning is another popular service that is aimed to provide immaculate cleanliness at home. This means that every nook and cranny of your home is immaculately cleaned. Bathroom fixtures, kitchen appliances, floors, furniture, wainscoting, skirting board, windows, sockets and whatnot is washed, wiped, dusted and polished.
We work to brisk schedules to deliver the desired results and our rates are quite appealing. Book a service today.
The district of Lee is in southeast London and forms a part of two London Boroughs- Lewisham and Greenwich. The district shares its western boundaries with Lewisham, eastern boundaries with Eltham and northern boundaries with Blackheath village. The district is within SE12 postcode. Lee’s area around Alnwick Road and Horn Park Lane is in the Borough of Greenwich.
Lee was Blackheath’s parish till 1900 when it got merged with Lewisham so as to create the Borough of Lewisham. While the parish was based on Lee High Road, present- day Lee is centred on Burt Ash Hill and Lee railway station.
Until 2006, the place had two public houses- New Tiger’s Head and Old Tiger’s Head. Boxing matches used to take place at Old Tiger’s Head during the early part of the 19th century. Human foot racing and horse racing were common during mid- 19th century, but the local citizens forced the police to stop these events.
Three Astronomer’s Royals were buried in St Margaret’s Church- John Pond, Nathaniel Bliss and Edmond Halley. Some of the famous residents from the area include the likes of Max Wall, John Penn, Sir Gregory Page, John Mayall, Karl Marx, Manfred Mann, Jude Law, James Robertson Justice, Ernest Dowson, Henry Thomas Buckle and Sir Francis Baring.
List of neighbouring areas include Kidbrooke, Mottingham, Eltham, Blackheath, Grove Park, Hither Green, Catford and Lewisham. Nearest railway stations include Mottingham, Grove Park, Lewisham, Lee, Hither Green, and Blackheath.