Our services include the following issues:
- Window cleaning
- Doing the laundry
- Other general domestic cleaning work
- Standard domestic cleaning £9.00 /Hour
- Premium domestic cleaning £12.00 /Hour
For more information, please call 020 7060 3805!
How We Can Help
Your home can make you feel peaceful and happy when it is nice, tidy and clean, but could also make you tensed if it is messy and dusty. If you are looking for a friend to help your good spirit, for us would be a pleasure to meet you!
We are Thracian Cleaners! We are in cleaning business for years and we have the most high qualified cleaners and maids in Richmond! We use the most effective cleaning techniques for every single surface.
If you are not a Richmond resident, you could use our services also in neighbouring areas:
- Richmond-Upon-Thames TW9
- Teddington TW11
- Putney SW15
- Mortlake SW14
- Norbiton KT2
Local Richmond Info
Richmond TW10 is a town in south west London. The area was former part of Sheanes when Henry I lived briefly in the King’s house there. In 13th century Edward I “Hammer of the Scots”, who executed William Wallace, spend much time at the manor-house at Sheen. Richard II made Sheen his main residence in 1383, but later left the manor, because he associated in to his 28 year old wife’s death. The place was destroyed by fire in 1497. In the beginning of 16th century Henry VII rebuilt it and named it Richmond Palace by the name of his earldom in Yorkshire. The local town took the same name. Some legends told that Shakespeare performed plays there. Richmond was mostly related to Elizabeth I. She lived here, enjoyed hunting stags in the local woods and died here in 1603. James II converted the palace into a royal nursery. Meanwhile in the 18th century began the building of big luxurious houses in the area. From that period is the White Lodge (in the present Richmond Park), a hunting lodge of George II. Richmond became a desirable place to live. In 1846 was opened the Richmond railway station. The area is a municipal borough since 1890. Today here live over 20,000 residents.
The place is one of the affluent areas in the UK. This is a famous place for shopping too with over 200 shops. Its compact centre is located on George Street, Hill Street and The Quadrant. There are shops of high street chains and privately owned boutiques.
In Richmond you could visit many public houses and bars. The Cricketers is One of the oldest, serving beer since 1770. Some others are: The Duke, The Olde Ship, The White Cross, The Roebuck etc. There are also plenty of restaurants offering culinary from all around the world. One of the high class restaurants is located at The Bingham Hotel. Others are Gaucho’s Restaurant on the Thames, La Buvette (offering French cuisine), Fish Works etc.
Richmond is the area with most green open spaces in London. Richmond Green is a square park around 12 acres (0.05 km²) in size. On its territory take place different sport events since 16th century. In the past these were tournaments and archery contests, then cricket matches and now – modern sport activities. Old Deer Park with a territory of a 360-acre includes green lawns, pools, tennis courts, fitness centre. Here is also the former King’s Observatory build for George III in 1769. Richmond Park with an area of some 2,360 acres is the largest royal park in London, about three times bigger than Central Park in New York. The view from the top of Richmond hill was a famous inspiration for painters and writers. The Thames also contributes to the romantic fame of Richmond. In the area around Richmond Bridge there are many Georgian style buildings and along both sides of the river there are towpaths and tracks, used for walks and jogging.