Domestic Cleaners NW2 Willesden, Neasden

If your life is running on high speed and you barely have time to take a look at yourself and to your family than the last thing you have time for is cleaning. Your career or your kids have occupied all of your time and you are too exhausted to perform the proper cleaning your home deserves.

This is why we have always tried our best to provide swift and efficient domestic cleaning services to be able to relieve all those housewives from their boring house chores. At least the cleaning they can skip and take some rest while we do it.

We are the End of Tenancy Cleaning Agency. We have developed wide range of services to suit every cleaning need you might have. Our cleaners are all highly qualified and professionally trained. They will clean every single spot in your home and there will be not a corner left untreated.

Here is a more detailed list of what we can do for you:

  • Vacuuming of all flooring, carpets, rugs, stairs
  • Mopping of all hardwood floors
  • Cleaning of all skirting boards
  • Dusting and clean furniture
  • Washing of all windows and doors
  • Removing of all litter
  • Disinfecting of toilet, sink, shower
  • Cleaning of all chrome features and sanitary wear
  • Cleaning of all cupboards and wardrobes inside and outside
  • Wiping of all kitchen surfaces
  • Cleaning thoroughly of oven, grill, fridge, dishwasher, microwave

This and much more is what we can offer. We only require the minimum of four hours per booking. For less these 4 hours we will not take your order. All of the company’s details and contacts are enlisted bellow.

Domestic cleaners in NW2 Willesden, Neasden – London

Willesden is an area in North West London which forms part of the London Borough of Brent. Willesden became a municipal borough in 1933, and it is at this time that the area became predominantly working-class. A small Irish community had formed in Willesden by this time, which grew rapidly during the period of the Second World War. The area is mostly in the NW10 postcode district, but partly also falls on the NW2 postcode district. Dollis Hill is also sometimes referred as being part of Willesden.
Willesden Green tube station
Willesden Green tube station is a London Underground station in Willesden. The station opened on 24 November 1879 on the Metropolitan Railway. From 20 November 1939 it also served the Stanmore branch of the Bakerloo Line, with Met services being withdrawn the following year. Willesden Green is one of the few stations on the southern section of the former Metropolitan Mainline to still have its original platform buildings intact and its architecture is typical for a station serving a medium sized town.
Neasden was a countryside hamlet on the western end of the Dollis Hill ridge. The land was owned by St. Paul’s Cathedral. In the medieval times the village consisted of several small buildings around the green near the site of the present roundabout. In the early 1850s, Neasden had a population of about 110. In the Victorian times the horse was the main form of transport, and as London grew, the demand for horses in the capital soared in the second half of the 19th century.